The captains of business, industry, government and education gathered at the Mabry-Smith-Yonce Center of Presbyterian College for the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce’s 41st annual Awards Dinner.
A two-time Grammy Award-winning group, the Turtle Island Quartet, will be on the Presbyterian College campus for a one-time performance on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Laurens County Health Care Foundation announces the appointment of two new board members to its Board of Directors, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for 2019.
SPARTANBURG – Salina Virola recorded her seventh “double-double” of the season, leading Presbyterian College to a 66-58 victory over USC Upstate on Tuesday night at G.B. Hodge Center.
The 41st Annual Clinton YMCA Youth Prayer Breakfast series runs for five days, March 4-8, Monday through Friday at 7 a.m. at Broad Street United Methodist Church.
Clinton residents can prepare for the March 5 municipal elections during the “Meet the Local Candidates” forum on Monday, Feb. 25. The event takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. in Edmunds Hall on the PC campus. The forum is free and open to the public.
The Presbyterian College baseball team split a Saturday twinbill with Alabama with a 4-1 victory before falling in the series finale 9-4 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium in Tuscaloosa.
Sunday, Feb. 17 – baseball – Presbyterian at Alabama, 2; softball – Presbyterian vs. Towson, Coastal Carolina tournament, 11:30 a.m.; tennis – Presbyterian women at Kennesaw State, 10 a.m.
Things got testy in the final moments, but Presbyterian managed to regroup and take a 76-71 Big South men’s basketball victory over Campbell on Saturday at Templeton Center.
Outplaying High Point in the second half wasn’t enough for the Presbyterian College women’s basketball team as the Panthers defeated the Blue Hose 70-63 on Saturday afternoon at Templeton Center.
Tuscaloosa, Ala. – The Presbyterian College baseball team was unable to overcome an early deficit as Alabama picked up a 7-2 victory over Presbyterian on opening day at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Friday night.
A Cross Hill woman reported that a low-flying yellow airplane sprayed a greenish liquid that got on her vehicle as she drove on S.C. 56 S. outside of Clinton on Thursday.
Clinton will attempt to pull off another road upset as the Red Devils travel to Seneca for round two of the Class 3A boys’ basketball playoffs on Friday night.
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