Clinton High School will have schedule pick-up for grades 10-12 on Wednesday, August 9 from 9-11AM or 1-3PM.
It’s hard to imagine a more pleasant place to watch a football game than Presbyterian College. Sure, it lacks the spectacle of a major college game, but it’s a place where fans gather in shaded parking lots, exchange pleasantries and casseroles, and stroll across the street to watch the Blue Hose fight.
The Presbyterian College football team will begin its preparations for the upcoming 2017 season on Friday, as players return to campus this week. PC is set to begin its 105th season of football in 2017.
Phase 5 of the Joanna mill village sewer system rehab was outlined Tuesday morning for the Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission board.
Presbyterian College students Andrew Rhodes, a junior physics major, from Lugoff, S.C., and Anna Crosby a junior physics major, from Camden, S.C., are spending the summer researching high-functioning, low-cost 3D printed prosthetics.
A strong second half of the season propelled the Clinton Red Devils into the 3A playoffs in 2016. That momentum along with a strong group of returning starters has the Red Devils hoping for continued success in 2017.
A deceased man found behind a residence in Clinton on Saturday has been identified as a man missing from Laurens County since July 15.
The South Carolina State Legislature recently passed a bill giving 4K program providers the ability to offer an extended school year and/or school day based on the needs of the families being served.
As students and faculty prepare for classes to begin next month in the newly renovated Neville Hall at Presbyterian College, the finishing touches are being made to the building. One of these touches is a unique, handcrafted chandelier placed on Friday, July 21 in the building’s newly opened rotunda.