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PC Basketball drops road contest to USC-Upstate

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – USC Upstate went 13-of-22 from the perimeter to lead the Spartans to the 76-48 win over the Presbyterian College men’s basketball team in action Tuesday evening in Spartanburg, S.C.  Darius Moore led the PC effort with 14 points, with Ed Drew pacing the team with 12 rebounds.

Raiders rally to take down Red Devils, 62-57

The Laurens Raiders picked up their first win of the season and evened the season series with the Clinton Red Devils with a 62-57 win on Tuesday night at CHS.

Lady Raiders complete sweep of Lady Red Devils, 46-34

The Laurens Lady Raiders completed their season sweep of the Clinton Lady Red Devils with a 46-34 win on Tuesday night at Clinton High School.

Photos: 2016 Clinton Christmas Parade

The City of Clinton Christmas parade made its way through downtown this morning with Santa Claus making a special appearance.

Chamber hosts ribbon cutting for new business in downtown Clinton

Emma Jane’s kicked off the holiday season with a celebratory ribbon cutting on Thursday in downtown Clinton.

Lady Raiders cruise to win over Lady Red Devils, 64-22

The Laurens Lady Raiders grabbed the first round of the county championship on Friday night at home with a 64-22 win over the Clinton Lady Red Devils.

Red Devils bounce back to knock off Raiders, 49-46

The Clinton Red Devils outscored the Laurens Raiders 14-5 in the fourth quarter to take a 49-46 win on Friday night at LDHS.

Clinton rings in the Christmas season

The City of Clinton kicked off the Christmas season on Thursday night with their Christmas tree lighting at the Depot in downtown.

Shealy honored as top high school basketball official in SC

One frantic night in a hot gym, Brian Shealy decided he’d had enough. A high school basketball coach was “giving him the business” to a point where he’d crossed a line.

O'Shields receives contract extension, pay raise from District 56 board

Laurens County School District 56 Superintendent Dr. David O’Shields received a contract extension and a 2 percent pay raise after the board of trustees completed his evaluation from the 2015-2016 school year.