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Jonathan Putnam, author of the Lincoln and Speed Mystery Series, will be at the Laurens County Library on Tuesday, July 17 at 7 p.m., to sign books and speak on the topic “How the Young Lincoln Became Our Lincoln.”

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The clicking of keys ranks among the country’s more common workday sounds and for good reason. Keyboards control sophisticated systems. Acquiring the knowledge and skills a computer-based work environment demands has never been more critical. To better provide skills essential to workplace s…

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Our Little Shop, the Safe Home of Laurens County Thrift Store, celebrated its remodeling and fresh look on July 12 with a Laurens County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting celebration.

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The Laurens County Sheriff’s Office responded to 205 Relax Street in the Waterloo area on Sunday to assist the South Carolina Highway Patrol with the execution of an arrest warrant on Kristopher Damian Burton, 37.

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Thirty-three people attended a public meeting to discuss the federally funded “roundabout” – a.k.a., traffic circle or rotary – planned for the intersection of U.S. 76 and S-72 (Trinity Church/Dial Place Road) northwest of Laurens.

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On July 8, the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office received word that a person had been flown to Greenville Memorial Hospital from Hillcrest Hospital with apparent gunshot wounds to the abdomen and groin.

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District 14 State Rep. Mike Pitts, a Republican, and the party’s Laurens County chair, Keith Tripp, will debate school consolidation on Tuesday, July 17, in the Commons Area of Laurens District High School at 7 p.m.

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Sitting a stifling few rows back during my endless high school baccalaureate service, I well remember our speaker, a local dignitary, telling us less of what excitement lay ahead, and more of what we were in for.