PICKENS — The school board for the School District of Pickens County held a scheduled meeting Nov. 10 and there were some new faces and changes in the board, its positions, and also administrative positions as well.
Four students from Daniel High School's German program participated in Clemson University's 42nd annual Poetry Declamation Contest held on Oct. 18. From the left, Daniel Lee, Abigail Renee Cram, Alexander Birch, and Benjamin Cram were...
CLEMSON — Clemson University's cardiovascular technology (CVT) leadership concentration – the innovative public health sciences degree program carried out in partnership with Greenville Health System (GHS) – has been accredited...
CENTRAL – When Krystal Pearce entered Southern Wesleyan University as a freshman in August 2013, few could have realized the impact that she would have during the brief period of time she was a student.
PICKENS — The Pickens Fire Department has been certified by the Department of Health and Environmental Control plus seven firefighters have received certification as first responders from the levels of Paramedic to Emergency Medical...
CLEMSON — Sigma Chi Fraternity at Clemson University recently hosted its annual Derby Days, one of the largest charitable events by a Greek organization in the Southeast.
EASLEY — Valentin Occasions recently held a Hero Appreciation event honoring local police, fire and emergency medical service personnel along with recognition of veterans and forestry employees.
CLEMSON — Clemson researchers and campus facilities managers have teamed up to rid a section of Hunnicutt Creek of invaders. Goats will be fenced in along a section of the creek to feed on the invasive weeds along the creek bank and upland area,...
GREENVILLE — The Grainger Foundation donated $5,000 to Tri-County Technical College in support of the expansion of the cutting lab in its Welding department.
EASLEY — Former Baptist Easley Hospital CEO Roddey E. Gettys III has been awarded the Order of the Palmetto, the highest honor a civilian from South Carolina can receive.
PICKENS — Residents of Pickens County will get a sneak peek of the Town Creek Bike Park in Pickens this weekend when the City of Pickens hosts a ribbon cutting to open the new venue.
EASLEY — The Powdersville Branch of the Anderson County Library System will host a workshop on Flash Fiction at 6 p.m. Nov. 17 at the library, 4 Civic Court in Easley.
PICKENS — The Carpenter's Wheel quilt block has been placed on the grounds of the historic Hagood-Mauldin House, 104 Lewis St. in Pickens.
PENDLETON — Two Pickens County residents have been appointed to Tri-County Technical College's Commission, the nine-member governing board of the college.
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University is establishing a new education scholarship in memory of Harold Waters, who died June 20.
CLEMSON — New technology under development at Clemson University could help inspectors determine whether nations have violated international treaties by allowing work with chemicals that are used in banned weapons.
CLEMSON — Clemson University has formed a new institute whose founders hope to change how commercial buildings are constructed in the United States.
PENDLETON — Walhalla native Dr. Jennifer Nichole Chavis returned home to the Upstate to accept the position of veterinarian/lecturer for Tri-County Technical College's Veterinary Technology program.
PICKENS — Robert Burns from Taylors received $400 and a first place trophy in the S.C. Fiddling Championship held at Hagood Mill.
CHICAGO – A group of seven Southern Wesleyan University religion students headed for two Midwestern urban centers for a taste of life and ministry different in many ways from ministry taking place in the “Bible Belt” environment of...
CENTRAL – This Veterans Day, Southern Wesleyan University is inviting the public to come and be part of a patriotic ceremony to dedicate their new flag plaza.
EASLEY — Tri-County Technical College's Licensed Practical Nursing program received a continued eight-year accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) at its July meeting.
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University recently appointed Corey Amaker as associate vice president for planning and assessment.
CLEMSON — A professor who has researched PCB contamination in Hartwell Lake's tributaries soon will begin a leadership role that is expected to shine a light on Clemson University's environmental engineering and Earth sciences...
CLEMSON — When rains came, Noah had one approach. Cal Sawyer has another.