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Pam Stone: Who can save the world? How about a fierce rebounder?

Look, I know none of you turn to this column to read anything political, in fact several readers have emailed to tell me they search specifically for this column to get away from politics. I appreciate that because it’s the same reason I often choose to lose myself in English murder mysteries—to escape the violence and vulgarity in our day to day lives by watching genteel people wearing tweeds, living in charming village settings imaginatively killing each other.

Laurens County Adult Education moves to new location

Laurens County Adult Education has moved its Laurens satellite campus from Church Street to its new home at 1029 West Main Street in Laurens, the former home of the Laurens School District 55 district office.

Mountville group continues fight against five new poultry operations

Members of a responsible agriculture, grassroots group in Mountville have an appointment Aug. 15 with an administrative law judge in their battle against five new poultry operations permitted for the community.

Kids First-Laurens Future committee planning Vote Yes Rally for August 19

The Kids First-Laurens Future committee is hosting a Vote Yes Rally on Saturday, August 19 from noon to 2pm.

Photos: 6th annual Reading on the River provides free books and school supplies

The Laurens District High School National Honor Society gave away books and book bags full of school supplies at the 6th annual Reading on the River at the Little River Amphitheater on Saturday morning.

Cruisin' for a Cause returns to Lake Greenwood on August 19

The 4th annual “Cruisin’ for a Cause” boat run will be held Saturday, August 19 on Lake Greenwood. 

Letter to the Editor: The Devil is in the Details

I want to again thank GoLaurens for printing my views on the school bond issue.

ZF Transmissions holds signing day for new members of apprenticeship program

Thursday was not national signing day for college football but it was a very important signing day for nine Laurens County students.

City of Clinton issues statement on alleged water theft by city personnel

The City of Clinton released a statement on Friday in reference to allegations of water theft by city personnel.

Solicitor Stumbo distributes school supplies to local districts

Eighth Circuit Solicitor David Stumbo on Tuesday continued a time-honored tradition of distributing school supplies to the school districts of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, which is comprised of Abbeville, Greenwood, Laurens and Newberry counties.