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The traditional 5K classes at Gray Court-Owings School dressed up recently as characters in their favorite books.  They paraded through the school sharing their costumes and books with other students. 

Col. Barrett Holmes was the guest speaker at the Veteran’s Day Program at E.B. Morse Elementary School on Friday, November 8.

The next Laurens County Tea Party meeting will be Thursday, November 21 at 7 pm at the Laurens County Higher Ed Learning Center, Room 411, 663 Medical Ridge Rd. Clinton.

Jay Peay, owner of SwaimBrown Accountants and Advisors and SwaimBrown Wealth Management, cut the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce grand opening ribbon on Tuesday, November 12. 

Austin Johnson and David Ramage of Upstate Insurance Consultants cut the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce grand opening ribbon on Tuesday, November 12. 

Agape Senior is looking for caring and compassionate volunteers. If you would like to spread a little sunshine in a person’s day, then they need you.

Laurens County Detention Center officers will receive a pay raise as County Council approved $184,000 to bring that pay scale in line with other deputies with the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office.

During Laurens Middle 8th grade Career Lunch and Learn, students learn about careers that interest them. 

Frances Kesler, owner of Stuff n Such Gift Shop cut her Laurens County Chamber of Commerce Grand Opening Ribbon on Wednesday, November 6. 

Piedmont Technical College is offering information sessions about the new South Carolina Manufacturing Certified Training (SCMC) certificate. The college is able to offer this training at no cost to the first 96 accepted applicants.