CLEMSON — Clemson University students have published a new issue of Decipher magazine to highlight research performed by students in the Creative Inquiry program. Each year, Creative Inquiry engages more that 3,500 undergraduate students in...
EASLEY — Samaritan Health Clinic, under the guidance of executive director Tobias Vogel, is setting the stage to open a much needed free dental clinic as early as 2015.
WILLIAMSTON – End of Course scores were recently released by the State Department of Education. Anderson District One students performed well on all 2013-14 EOCEP assessments.
A report filed Oct. 3 concerning the arrest of Joshuah Bennett Dorr stated Dorr was fired Sept. 29 from his position as an adjunct coach with the Pickens High School football program. Dorr resigned from the position. We regret the error.
PICKENS — The School District of Pickens County has become the recipient of two 3-D printers that will be used to enhance a portion of the educational experience for some middle schoolers within the district.
EASLEY — Lisa Smith Cope, director of Mary's House, will speak at Easley Business and Professional Women's Club's annual meeting Oct. 15 as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
EASLEY — Easley Skate Center, formally Skate-A-Round USA, will open for business Oct. 17 featuring a new name, new owners and operators, and some much needed repairs both inside and out to the building located on S.C. 93 just outside of downtown...
COLUMBIA — The Legislative Audit Council has released its report titled A Review of Child Welfare Services at the Department of Social Services and its findings are less than stellar where the department is concerned.
EASLEY — Fall for the Arts was held at the Easley Farmer's Market on Oct. 4 and over 75 vendors came out to entice Pickens County residents to stop and visit. Patrons had a crisp morning, arts and food to enjoy as they visited with...
PICKENS — Three Pickens High School football players have received disciplinary action resulting from an investigation into former adjunct football coach Joshuah Bennett Dorr, charged last Wednesday with having sex with a female...
PICKENS COUNTY – The Pickens County Recreation Department recently held Rec Night recently at the Pickens High School versus Wren football game. All youth who attended received a pair of sunglasses.
COLUMBIA — The S.C. Department of Social Services has requested an increase of $10 million in next year's budget to hire 202 new employees, but several questions surround the request and make a case for a veto by Gov. Nikki...
EASLEY — A water main break on Brushy Creek Road in Easley last week left the road damaged and highlighted a drainage problem that has been ongoing to the abutting neighborhood's residents.
EASLEY — Sen. Larry Martin and Rep. Phillip Owens took part in a legislative update meeting on Oct. 1.
The Dacusville and upper Pickens County community welcomed a new Dollar General to the neighborhood, celebrating the store's Grand Opening on Sept. 27 to a packed parking lot and shopping aisles.
PICKENS — The Pickens County Literacy Association is seeking donations for a used book sale on Oct. 24 and Oct. 25 at Pickens Presbyterian Church.
EASLEY — Homecoming for Easley High School will be held Oct. 17. There are several changes to Homecoming this year.
CLEMSON — A Clemson University professor will tell a group of experts gathered in Bangladesh that solar panels will soon revolutionize energy production the same way computer chips brought about the information revolution.
CLEMSON — Clemson University has formed a new institute whose founders hope to change how commercial buildings are constructed in the United States.
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,...
CLEMSON — Proud fathers usually watch from the stands on graduation day, but not Eddie Railey.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Autumnal Equinox on Sept. 23 was officially the end of summer and temperatures have already started to drop across the Upstate.
SENECA — The eighth annual National Hunting and Fishing Day event held Sept. 20 at the World of Energy in Seneca was a huge success with an estimated 1,500 people in attendance.
CLEMSON — New discoveries about how butterflies feed could help engineers develop tiny probes that siphon liquid out of single cells for a wide range of medical tests and treatments, according to Clemson University researchers.
CLEMSON — An international team of scientists led by a Clemson University astrophysicist has discovered new evidence that planets are forming around a star about 335 light years from Earth.