Deep Orange 4 concept car unveiled

August 4, 2014

At an industry meeting today, Clemson’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is showing off the latest concept vehicle of its automotive engineering students. Deep Orange 4 is being shown in its final form in Traverse City Michigan. The vehicle is based on the BMW X3 and is designed as a versatile vehicle that targets…

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Charges filed in Tamassee incident

August 4, 2014

Over the weekend, Oconee sheriff’s officers filed a pair of charges against a 41-year old man who was wounded when he entered a home last week in the Tamassee Community. Bradley Payne, the man shot, has now been charged with assault and battery third degree and burglary second degree. According to authorities, the homeowner who…

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Clemson prepares for return of students

August 4, 2014

The quiet that is Clemson in summer will soon pass. The city and the university are preparing for the annual return of the students. The Welcome Back Festival is planned for Monday, August 18, which means part of the main thoroughfare will close for part of that evening. Affected will be College Avenue, from Keith…

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Tech president offers advice

August 4, 2014

Tri-County Tech’s president says a goal-setting plan that is used toward a college degree is the same kind of plan that can help graduates in their personal and professional lives. Dr. Ronnie Booth imparted that advice during his commencement address to the college’s graduates. Tech’s 49th summer commencement took place Thursday at the Anderson Civic…

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So far, three candidates

August 4, 2014

With a week of candidate filing left to go, three men this morning remain the only ones for this year’s Oconee County School Board elections. Two seats are available in the November 4 General Election. And the field so far: Andy Inabinet is unchallenged for a new, 4-year seat. Inabinet serves as the board chairman.…

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Clemson technology to aid weapons inspectors

August 4, 2014

New technology under development at Clemson University could help inspectors determine whether nations have violated international treaties by allowing work with chemicals that are used in banned weapons. Igor Luzinov, a materials science and engineering professor, calls the technology an “unattended off-line sensing system” and said it could be completed in two years. An extremely…

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Calendar

  • November 22, 2014Benefit for Mark & Jody Vissage
  • November 22, 2014 7:00 pmThe Miss Walhira Pageant
  • November 23, 2014 9:30 amTamassee DAR School will “Committee of Angels” at Richland Presbyterian Church
  • November 25, 2014 5:15 pmBlue Ridge Tree Lighting
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