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Steve Simpson, Law Enforcement Officer, with South Carolina Dept. of Natural Resources was a recent guest at 8th grade career Lunch and Learn at Laurens Middle School. 

Montgomery & Riddle Eyecare in Clinton is now offering the LenSx® laser for cataract surgery so that patients can now choose between standard cataract surgery or bladeless laser cataract surgery.

In honor of National Microcephaly Day, Sanders Middle School students wore yellow on Monday to support Justin Albers, a fellow student who is stricken with this neurological disorder.

The 2nd annual Deputy Roger Rice Memorial Ride raised $4,500 on Sunday for the Deputy Roger Rice Rides on Fund. 

The Laurens County Museum is proud to host Southern writer and outdoorsman John P. Faris on October 11th.

Nearly 40 years ago, two Laurens City firefighters saved a victim from a burning structure fire. Last week, those two men were honored with a meritorious service award from the City of Laurens.

A Clinton man has died as the result of a head-on collision with a school bus on Friday morning.

Although South Carolina’s unemployment rate held steady for the second straight month at 8.1 percent for the month of August, Laurens County saw a modest increase in their rate from 8.5 percent to 8.9 percent, according to the SC Department of Employment and Workforce.

The GoLaurens Pet of the Week is a handsome, tan and black Shepherd mix. He is a young male and has beautiful markings.

Piedmont Technical College is hosting a tour of Europe’s Imperial Cities. The trip takes place June 9-19, 2014.