Clemson students to unveil driverless vehicles

November 20, 2014

Three course advisers at Clemson University are overseeing teams of students who will gather to unveil the “automated guided vehicles” they have developed as part of a class project sponsored by a local manufacturing company. The vehicles need to zip around the manufacturing floor on their own, delivering parts to workers for hours at a…

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Riding at the front of the parade!

November 20, 2014

An invitation has gone out for this year’s Westminster Warriors football team to ride as grand marshals in the city Christmas parade—Thursday, December 4. The team is made up of eight-and-under players who were runner-up in their division. They are to be joined by the coaches and the cheerleaders.

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Westminster appoints new legal counsel

November 20, 2014

Westminster has a new city attorney. Derek Enderlin was appointed during Tuesday night’s meeting of the city council. Enderlin will succeed Scott Sprouse, who resigns the position to become a circuit court judge in January.  

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Pickens County charities make “Angels” list

November 20, 2014

Two Pickens County charities made this year’s list of “Angels”—as compiled by the office of South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond. The Clemson Free Clinic and MARYS House of Pickens, along with eight other South Carolina organizations, were recognized during an event in Columbia. It was noted that they exemplify charitable giving. To be…

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Charlotte man killed in Oconee accident

November 20, 2014

A 62-year old contract worker at the Oconee Nuclear Station was killed in an OconeeCounty traffic accident yesterday that closed parts of South Carolina 130 near Seneca for several hours.  Coroner Karl Addis said Nick Lester Seagle, a 62-year old Charlotte, North Carolina resident, died at the scene.  The highway patrol identified Seagle’s pickup truck…

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Scroll of honor adds Great War veteran

November 19, 2014
Scroll of honor adds Great War veteran

  The Scroll of Honor at Clemson University, made up of  alumni who died on active military service, recently added its 485th name. Carlos Golightly Harris was added to the scroll following a vetting process by the Clemson Corps. Harris died in 1926 of complications from wounds suffered during World War 1. He was a Spartanburg…

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