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Classes for undergraduate students at Presbyterian College will begin a week earlier than planned this fall. PC’s fall semester will begin on Monday, Aug. 17 instead of August 24.

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The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office requested the assistance of the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office in apprehending an attempted murder suspect on Thursday morning around 11am. Greenville County further advised that the subject was believed to be armed.

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After receiving complaints about drug activity on Wednesday, Laurens County Sheriff’s Deputies, with the assistance of the Clinton Police Department, executed a search warrant on a residence in the 900 block of Holmes Bridge Road in Clinton at approximately 6:30AM.

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Presbyterian College and head women's basketball coach Alaura Sharp announced the addition of guards Sabrina Belquist (Los Gatos, Ca.) and Nyah Willis (San Diego, Ca.) to join the Blue Hose in the fall of 2020. They join center Aaliyah Austin (Satsuma, Ala.), guard Kelsey Brown (Simpsonville…

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In her winning essay in the Writing About Literature category of Piedmont Technical College’s (PTC) 2020 English Department Writing Contest, student Madalyn Harris of Ninety Six ably examines themes of inequality between the sexes in 19th century England, as expressed through Jane Austen’s c…

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In a time of 12% state unemployment, Laurens County Council has declared itself opposed to a property tax increase, in favor of sending 100% of its local option sales tax money to property tax relief, and opposed to adding to the county workforce. It is making a workforce exception, however,…

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Mary Lauren Powers secured the endorsement of 8th Circuit Solicitor David Stumbo for her candidacy for Laurens County Clerk of Court in the June 9 Republican Primary.