Business incumbator opens in downtown Clemson

Walhalla has one.  Now Clemson University undergraduates and faculty wanting to accelerate their business ideas from a vision to reality have access to a business incubator in downtown Clemson. The Clemson Venture Accelerator has opened its doors at 107 Sloan St. College of Business leaders say the space will cater to entrepreneurs from all educational disciplines and provide space dedicated to research, planning and […]

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Age no factor, Luke is a concertmaster

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Seneca’s Luke Bleuel (left) is one of the youngest and smallest members of the Carolina Youth Symphony Repertory Orchestra.  The sixth grader at Seneca Middle School competed against eighth and ninth grade orchestra students.  The Carolina Youth Symphony gives performances at various Greenville area venues and draws members from the upstate and parts of North Carolina.  Luke is a violin […]

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Signs of changing weather

The crack of thunder around 7 last night led to a downpour which, in Walhalla, measured nearly 1.25″.  This morning’s report from Barbara Wilson, weather observer, also shows that yesterday’s high temperature failed to reach 90 degrees.  It goes into the books at 88.

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Jane Mathis

Long Creek – Jane Frances Robertson Mathis, 75, widow of the late James Louie Mathis, Jr., 159 Spider Valley Road, passed away Monday, September 12, 2016. A memorial service will be held at a later date. The family is at the respective homes. Condolences may be expressed online by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com SANDIFER FUNERAL HOME IS ASSISTING THE FAMILY     […]

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Karen Rogers

Walhalla – Karen Jo Lumpkin Rogers, 52, wife of Jimmy Wayne Rogers, of 176 Poplar Springs Rd., passed away, Tuesday, September 6, 2016 at Greenville Memorial Hospital. A funeral service will be held at 11 am, Thursday, September 15, 2016 from the Sandifer Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow at 2 pm, at M.J. Dolly Cooper Veteran’s cemetery in Anderson, […]

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Seneca positions to buy former downtown food store

  Seneca officially moved itself into position today to buy a former downtown supermarket building and property thru the creation of a new corporation called “Seneca Improvements Corporation.”  City administrator Greg Dietterick, who will serve as the corporation president, explained that it’s another move by his city to improve the downtown business area so that business will want to locate.  […]

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