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A water main burst on Tuesday morning in the South Harper Street Extension area. Laurens CPW crews are repairing the damage, but as a precautionary measure, the CPW advices all residents on the following streets to boil their water vigorously for at least one minute prior to drinking or cook…

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Laurens District 55 High School Teacher J.D. Huff has continued to bring his classroom community together with local businesses for his Student of the Month initiative.

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Now is the time to prepare and get your team together for Trivia Night at the Laurens County Museum Witherspoon Building on Thursday, October 24, at 6:30 p.m., with doors open at 5:30.

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Just when all of us could use a belly laugh, the late Shay Bradley, of Ireland, decided a year before his death to put the “fun” in funeral.

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The tycoons of reality television’s Shark Tank should take note. Piedmont Technical College Engineering Design Technology student Kaleigh Price may not have invented the next big thing, like the Simply Fit Board, but she’s designed something that undoubtedly will make a big difference for sp…

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Two closed-door discussions apparently have the board of Piedmont Municipal Power Agency no closer to a solution to pending litigation than it was before October.

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State Representative Stewart Jones was a guest speaker at eighth grade Lunch & Learn this week at Laurens Middle School.

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ETHEL, the resident ensemble at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art’s Balcony Bar, will perform in Edmunds Hall on the Presbyterian College campus on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The concert is the second in PC’s 2019-20 Performance Series.

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The public is invited to the Upper Savannah Regional Job Fair in Greenwood on Tuesday, October 29. More than 80 recruiting companies will be in attendance.

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The weather is getting cooler and the atmosphere spookier. In that spirit, the Laurens County Public Library’s program “Pumpkin Fest” will take place.

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To recognize the National School Lunch Program, serving 30 million children each day, Laurens County School District 55 schools are celebrating National School Lunch Week, which ends on Friday.

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Calvin Whitmire wants to hold a Unity March in Laurens. He told City Council he doesn’t care whether he is in the foreground or the background. He just wants the town to come together, and he wants it to be on Saturday, Nov. 9.

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