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Cally Gault, a legend at Presbyterian College, in football and in the Clinton and Laurens County communities, died on Friday at age 91.

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GREENWOOD — The Piedmont Technical College Area Commission approved a new “Job-Ready Guarantee” policy at its April 16 meeting. The guarantee pledges that graduates will enter the workforce fully able to perform job-related skills learned as a part of their programs of study.

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One casualty of a corporate belt tightening at Fred’s is the discount retailer’s Clinton store at 107 Jacobs Highway.

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Some students contemplating a health care major at Piedmont Technical College can risk unnecessarily wasting time taking classes that don’t serve them without a clear focus on their eventual destination.

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Victoria Bass, Amber Goolsby, and Jaimeen Shah are the winners of an expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., sponsored by Laurens Electric Cooperative. They will travel with other South Carolina students to the nation’s capital, where they will join more than 1,400 students from across the co…

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Joe and Mica Nixon, of Clinton, were recently inducted into Presbyterian College’s William Plumer Jacobs Society. The event took place at the Poinsett Club in Greenville, S.C.

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Kevin Willmott, Oscar-winning screenwriter for the film BlacKkKlansman, will speak at Presbyterian College on Thursday, April 25. The event will take place at 6:30 p.m. in Edmunds Hall.

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The Laurens County Republican Party held its Convention at the Laurens Courthouse on Saturday. At the convention, held every two years, the group of delegates from the county’s 34 precincts come together to elect county-level executives to lead the group.

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Students from both Sanders Middle School and Laurens Middle School performed together during the spring band concert, which was recently held in the LMS auditorium.

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GREENWOOD – It’s OK. You can cut in line without receiving dirty looks, so long as you are participating in one of Piedmont Technical College’s “Instant Admission Days.”