Main Street Clinton hands out Christmas parade, window wonderland superlatives

The City of Clinton has selected winning entries for the Clinton Christmas Parade and the Window Wonderland contest.

Pam Stone: Whose woods are these, I think we know...

Last weekend I pounced on the opportunity of seeing Paul in action with the chain saw, taking down some rotted pines behind our manure pile.

City of Clinton annexes property for new Arby's

Clinton City Council gave unanimous approval on Monday night to the annexation and zoning of a parcel of property on Highway 72 at I-26.

Thornwell Family Teachers receive highest award for their profession

Thornwell Family Teachers Adam and Leah Hucks were selected from among thousands of eligible practitioners nationwide to receive the Lonnie and Elaine Phillips award, the highest award in the Teaching-Family Association.

Clinton High students attend Newberry College Honor Band Clinic

Four Clinton High School students attended the 1st annual Newberry College Honor Band Clinic on Saturday, Dec. 2. 

Local nurse is first recipient of The Daisy Award at GHS Laurens County Memorial Hospital

In a memorable ceremony last week, Anthony Lawson, RN, CQI nurse analyst in Quality Resources at Laurens County Memorial Hospital, was honored by receiving The DAISY Award for excellence in nursing.

New car dealership celebrates ribbon cutting in Clinton

New Start Auto Group celebrated their grand opening with an official ribbon cutting with the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce.

Family YMCA of Greater Laurens hosting 18th annual Reindeer Run

The Family YMCA of Greater Laurens’ 18th annual Reindeer Run will prance down West Main St. in Laurens on Saturday, Dec. 9.

Pam Stone: Driven to Distraction

Not too long ago, Paul and I were chatting with a friend during the after-church coffee hour after when the subject of cars came up. More specifically, manual transmissions versus automatic. He has a stick shift because he far enjoys the driving experience with it in his sports car, and we have a stick shift because it made our new car a lot cheaper. Evidently few people can even drive a stick anymore, and nobody wants one.

Tuesday marks beginning of SCHP 3-day traffic enforcement initiative

The South Carolina Highway Patrol is spearheading a traffic enforcement initiative Dec. 5-7 in Laurens County.