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The Miss South Carolina Scholarship Organization is proud to announce its return to television for this year’s 78th annual Miss South Carolina Pageant.

A physician’s office inside Laurens County Memorial Hospital, providing access to urgent care but also cultivating relationships with patients to manage blood pressure and fight diabetes is “a model for the rest of the country,” 3rd District Congressman Jeff Duncan said Wednesday.

Gov. Nikki Haley brought her “business plan for South Carolina” to Clinton Tuesday, telling an audience of the Clinton Rotary Club’s luncheon meeting, “We have the American Dream” in the Palmetto State.

Durbin Creek Fire Department is now the precedent. To receive $57,035 in Laurens County-financed repairs to its building, Durbin Creek officials agreed to have their fire department become Laurens County’s property.

The South Carolina Hospital Association (SCHA) today announced that Self Regional Healthcare is a recipient of the South Carolina “Certified Zero Harm Award,” to recognize excellent performance in patient safety.

Eighth Circuit Solicitor David Stumbo announced today that a twenty-six year old man, Keltron Kelley of Greenwood, has been convicted of armed robbery.  

The Laurens County Community Theatre presents Whose Wives Are They? written by Michael Parker and directed by Myra Greene. 

A Laurens County couple returned to their home last week to find a family of bison had set up residence in their pasture.

Lights at Wilder Stadium held back the darkness long enough for the sun to come up Easter Sunday morning, the traditional “stone is rolled away” time for Christians around the world.

The GoLaurens Pet of the Week is a beautiful tri-color female hound dog. She gets along with other dogs well and has a loving personality.