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The hopes of CHS golfer Hunter Nichols teeing it up on the Furman golf team next season were dashed on Friday as the university board of trustees announced the elimination of men’s golf as a varsity sport effective July1.

The Clinton Lady Red Devils scored over half of their points in the fourth quarter but it was not enough as they dropped a 55-47 game to Chester on Wednesday night.

The Clinton Red Devils played a consistent four quarters of basketball to take a 58-50 win over the Broome Centurions on Tuesday night in Spartanburg.


Clinton City Council unanimously approved four economic development resolutions during Monday’s meeting. They also swore in new council member, Norman Scarborough.

The GoClinton Pet of the Week is a young male, hunting dog mix. He has beautiful markings and a sweet personality.

Clinton City Council recently heard from Director Robin Morse of the Department of Public Safety about his needs for the coming year.

The Clinton Red Devils came out flat in the first half but turned it around in the second half to take a 63-53 win over the Woodruff Wolverines on Friday night at CHS.

At a Clinton City Council meeting on Monday, Robin Morse, Director of the Department of Public Safety reviewed the police and fire divisions and outlined needs for the departments as part of the council's evaluation of 2013.