• JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 105
  • JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 933

The youth at Fairview Baptist Church in Kinards will have a barbecue chicken plate fundraiser on Saturday, November 16 to help pay for Summer Salt Camp for the youth.

The Clinton Red Devils rolled past the A.C. Flora Falcons 55-35 in the opening round of the Class AAA Upper State playoffs Friday at Wilder Stadium.

It’s a tough time to ask folks for money. It’s tough for me to give it. Several times a week, the phone rings, and it’s someone representing one charity or another. I have to interrupt and say I lost my job earlier this year and I’m still struggling, and while I’m sympathetic, I’m not in a position to give any money right now.

Clinton linebacker Hezekiah Simpson and running back Shakeam Dowdy were both awarded GoClinton Player of the Week for their outstanding play in the Red Devils’ 42-34 win over Woodruff Friday.

The Laurens County School District 56 Board of Trustees met in executive session on Monday, October 28 to conclude Superintendent Dr. David O’Shields’ 2012?13 performance evaluation.

Clinton cross-country’s Hunter Benson qualified to compete in the AAA State Championship Saturday at Sandhills Research Park in Columbia.

The GoClinton Pet of the Week is a young female, Shepherd mix. She has a beautiful coat and a sweet, playful personality. 

Four weeks ago it seemed like a long shot. Backed against an 0-6 start to the season, Clinton’s playoff hopes seemed bleak. But Friday the Red Devils picked up their fourth win in as many weeks with a 42-34 victory over the Woodruff Wolverines at home to bring playoff football back to Wilder Stadium.

The Clinton Family YMCA and the City of Clinton is taking its youth basketball registration and cheerleading for ages 5 – 12 with five different playing divisions being offered this season as of the December 12th deadline.

Clinton Lady Red Devils tennis suffered a 4-2 season-ending loss to Southside in the second round of the AAA playoffs Thursday at home.