The Clinton Dixie Youth AA All-Stars’ perfect postseason run looked to be slipping away late Tuesday night at Oaks Park in Georgetown.
It is time to register for youth flag football and cheerleading at the Clinton Family YMCA. They have expanded youth flag football age groups to include 4 – 6 year olds along with the traditional 7 – 9 and 10 – 12 year old age groups and have expanded cheerleading groups to include grades K – 6.
Eight games into the 2013 postseason, one final team stands between the Clinton Coach Pitch All-Stars and a South Carolina Dixie Youth state championship.
Clinton Dixie Youth All-Stars continued their perfect run through the postseason this weekend in Georgetown with two wins in the South Carolina Dixie Youth State AA Coach Pitch State Tournament.
Hundreds of local graduates are preparing to head off to their first year of college in a matter of weeks. To help them get started on the right foot, the Laurens County Community Foundation board recently approved the slate of 2013 Cummins-Wham Scholarship recipients.
Girls residing in Sarah’s Cottage on the campus of Thornwell Home for Children had a major project to undertake last Saturday thanks to generous donors.
Years after construction started, the Clinton frontage road project now has a name.
District 56 now has a budget in place to move forward with the coming school year. The board of trustees voted unanimously at their June meeting on Monday to adopt the 2013-2014 financials.
Saying goodbye to Clinton citizens and employees, Randy Randall joked that he was on the last leg of a farewell tour of sorts as he moves on to a new state-level position.