Two reasonable, prepared candidates got together at the Witherspoon Building on Tuesday, in front of an ample crowd, to discuss the state and future of Laurens County while attempting gently to persuade that crowd that one would be better than the other on County Council.
Joe Kirby is ready to retire. He wants to enjoy life on Lake Greenwood more, and his grandchildren, and a few more rounds of golf with his buddies.
Prisma Health Laurens Family Medicine offered an immunization clinic at Clinton Middle School to assist in helping students stay up to date with their required vaccinations.
Jon Caime, Laurens County Administrator since May 2016, is one of five candidates to be interviewed on Wednesday for the same position in Horry County.
Dr. George Ward, School District 55’s Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Services, has accepted a position with the Greenville County school system.
The most positive aspect of Monday night’s Laurens County School District 55 meeting occurred after the board emerged from executive session.
Paul is currently beginning his second week of leading a tour of historic rose gardens throughout England, and the rest of us, stateside, are following along with the daily photos he is posting on social media: Sissinghurst, Mottisfont Abbey, a lunch and wine tasting with Lord Throckmorton o…
Ford Elementary School needs a playground. What is known as the playground at the school in the Watts Mill area is basically just a dirt area.
NASA had many tasks to perform in order to land on the moon. Come to the Laurens County Library on Tuesday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m. to learn about those tasks.
The Laurens County Republican Party will host a candidate forum to hear from candidates seeking the open County Council seat for District 4. The forum will be held on Tuesday, June 25, at the Laurens County Museum on the square in Laurens and will begin at 7 p.m.
CHAMPS is learning to solve problems, such as how to run a relay around a classroom obstacle course with a miniature rubber football pinned between the legs. Drop the ball? Start over.
Of the county’s two young women vying for the title of Miss South Carolina, one is secure in the knowledge of what the pageant will be like. The other is excited by the opportunity to bask in the glow of the state’s brightest stage.
Laurens County Adult Education celebrated its fall graduates on Dec. 18, and spring graduation on May 23, at an evening ceremony held at the Higher Education Center.
GREENWOOD – A delegation from Sanda University in Shanghai, China, recently visited Lander University to sign a five-year extension to an agreement that enables student exchanges between the two schools.
On June 11, the South Carolina Department of Education granted approval for Presbyterian College to offer a special education degree.
Rossie Walker Lodge No. 354, located at 314 Ranch Road in the Watts Mill section of Laurens, is holding a Hot Dog and Yard Sale on Saturday, June 22, from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
The 2019 graduating class of Laurens District High School was awarded close to $13 million in scholarships and grants. This is close to a $9 million increase in scholarships and grants since the class of 2016 graduated.
Laurens Mayor Nathan Senn’s first budget, totaling $7,456,750, passed unanimously at City Council’s June meeting on Tuesday, and with it arrived news both good and bad.
COLUMBIA – Young women from Laurens and one from Clinton are among the contestants later this month in the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants.
- County Baseball Roundup: Laurens wins district, Clinton on the verge
- Garrett, Patterson conduct friendly joust for County Council seat
- Joe Kirby is retiring, but State Farm will keep marching along
- Arrest Report for June 25
- District 56 budget is tight but balanced
- Prisma conducts immunization clinic at Clinton MIddle School
- Rules, rain slow Clinton Dixie Youth team
- Caime a finalist for Horry County post
- Arrest Report for June 19
- Arrest Report for June 20
- Arrest Report for June 23
- Arrest Report for June 22
- Arrest Report for June 21
- Arrest Report for June 24
- Three young women from Laurens County ready for state beauty pageants
- Arrest Report for June 25
- Kathleen Schultz -- Laurens
- Shaw Industries closing Clinton facility, 120 jobs affected
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