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A two-car accident occurred in Clinton on Thursday at around 1:30 on S.C. 56 N. (Musgrove Street Extension) that looked quite a bit worse than it actually was.

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The City of Clinton has scheduled its annual welcome to Presbyterian College students for Thursday, Aug. 29, in the middle of town at the intersection of North Broad and Main streets.

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After a successful partnership between Lander University, The City of Greenwood and Uptown Greenwood for Lander’s Freshman Move-in Day and “Launch Into Lander” festivities, the three are joining forces once again to provide a community concert on the Lander University campus.

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The Laurens County Republican Party is establishing a new group for young conservative voters. The Laurens County Young Republicans will be a chapter of the National Federation of Young Republicans. Laurens County registered voters ages 18-40 are eligible to join.

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The difference between Aug. 19 of one year and the end of May in another is more than beginning to end of a school year.

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“That doesn’t look good,” said Paul, happening upon me icing my leg at the kitchen table after I’d smacked and twisted it while unloading hay out of the truck into the barn.

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Third District Congressman Jeff Duncan recently presented The Order of the Palmetto – South Carolina’s highest civilian honor, bestowed by the governor – to Lance Williams of Laurens.

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Some millennials may be as familiar with operating a rotary phone as they are with driving a manual transmission vehicle. After all, those things are so last century. But it is exactly the millennials (and now Gen Z’ers) who are needed in the coming years to keep vital economic supply lines …

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At Tuesday night’s Laurens County Council meeting, the chief priority was the formation of the commission that will determine how the proceeds of a county-wide one-percent sales tax, if approved by voters in the 2020 general election, is to be spent.

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GREENWOOD — An estimated 880 freshmen and 61 transfer students moved onto the Lander University campus on Tuesday, August 14, and by all accounts, the process went smoothly.

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