Clemson’s Upset Bid Falls Short as No. 3 Miami Prevails 45-43

February 18, 2013

Clemson’s bid for an upset fell short on Sunday as the No.3 ranked Miami Hurricanes escaped with a 45-43 victory and a perfect 12-0 record in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Tigers held a 42-38 lead after Jordan Roper’s coast-to-coast layup with just under two minutes left, but were outscored 7-1 to end the game.…

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Grad student is an intern

February 18, 2013

A Clemson student pursuing a graduate’s degree is getting real-world experience as an intern at the office of Oconee Economic Development. Kirsten Pratt was introduced during Friday’s meeting of the Economic Development Commission. She joins an office staff of Richard Blackwell, executive director, and Russell Johnson, project and marketing manager.

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Duncan subcommittee holds hearing

February 18, 2013

Congressman Jeff Duncan chaired his first hearing of the Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight and Management Efficiency. Friday’s hearing addressed the Department of Homeland Security’s progress and shortcomings in implementing various missions and ensuring that taxpayer dollars are being spent efficiently.

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Grant approved for Old St. John’s

February 18, 2013

A Heritage Corridor grant, worth $12,500, is headed the way of the project to develop Old St. John’s Meeting House in Walhalla. Kim Paradeses, fiscal analyst for the S-C Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, notified the Rev. Frank Strickland, project manager, that the grant is awarded and work may begin. Two of the 12…

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Late night home fire

February 18, 2013

A late night home fire inside the protection service territory of the Oakway Volunteer Fire Department. The fire occurred on Grove Creek Drive and no one was reported injured. The call came at 10:22. Fire fighters from Oakway, Westminster, South Union and Fair Play responded. The last set of fire fighters remained at the scene…

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President’s Day is official holiday

February 18, 2013

The observance of President’s Day is an official holiday today, meaning regular county and state offices are closed. That includes the county’s libraries and the courthouse. Public schools are running on regular schedule, and the county school board of trustees holds its regular February meeting beginning at 6 tonight at district headquarters.

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