College sports contain little parity as far as championships

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THE JOURNAL As an avid supporter of Major League Baseball, I get extremely tired of hearing how only a few teams have a chance of winning the World Series as […]

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Local reaction to State of Union address

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Following Wednesday night’s State of the Union address given by President Barack Obama, local legislators, experts and citizens are speaking out.

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Music: a powerful healing tool for Haiti

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By JESSICA SIBLEY The Journal WALHALLA — With more than 150,000 people dead and hundreds of thousands more people displaced, the earthquake that rocked Haiti is continuing to cause havoc. […]

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Many hands make light work

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When I was a little girl my grandmother said, “Many hands make light work.” At the time I didn’t care for the phrase because it meant chores had to be done.

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Oconee joins effort to boost horse industry

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State Agriculture Commissioner Hugh Weathers addresses equine industry supporter at event in Anderson

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Oconee reassessment to go private

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“… the idea of contracting out the project is a very wise decision.” Leslie Smith, Oconee Assessor Request for Proposals (RFP) could go out as early as next week. By […]

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Upstate Gymnastics gearing up for annual Tiger Paw Classic

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When the top comparison for your event is a trip to Disney World, it’s obvious you’re doing something right.

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Shooting, threats closed game

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Seneca and Daniel basketball closed to fans Parents will be allowed to attend Seneca–Daniel clash By ANDREW MOORE THE JOURNAL SENECA — Seneca Police Chief John Covington confirmed Thursday that […]

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Connelly tries to dispel school choice misconceptions at meeting

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Chad Connelly ANDREW MOORE THE JOURNAL SENECA – Chad Connelly, a Clemson graduate serving as the State Director for South Carolinians for Responsible Government, addressed a gathering of the nascent […]

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Townville Elementary School ‘Walks for Water’

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Walk for Water FOR THE JOURNAL TOWNVILLE —Townville Elementary School participated in its first Walk for Water this past November. The Walk was to raise money for a worthwhile cause […]

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