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The Central-Clemson Indoor Rec Center and Young at Heart program are two topics that members of the Clemson City Council and Central Town Council plan to address when they meet next month.
Clemson City Administrator Rick Cotton informed council members recently that the meeting was necessary to address the financial performance of the Indoor Rec Center.

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Seneca man arrested for allegedly selling crack

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A Seneca man suspected of having sold crack cocaine this past July has been arrested by the Seneca Police.
Drugh Lashawn Hunter, 23, was taken into custody Friday and charged with distribution of crack cocaine.

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Christmas is for children

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Editor:
They say that Christmas is for the children and, in these times, that is true. Of course, for the rest of us, non-children, we know that it’ s a religious celebration to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. Somehow through the years, the true meaning of Christmas has morphed into the commercial fiasco we have today. For the children? I don’t think so.

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Robinson is way off the mark

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Editor:
Regarding “Winning Ugly” by Eugene Robinson in the Dec. 23 edition: Your headline is accurate. If this bill is passed it will be the “most ugly” political maneuver I have seen in my 78 years. Yes, it is a “landmark ” accomplishment because never in our history has a President or Congress knowingly and deliberately “sold our country down the river” for political motives and at the same time rewarded senators for changing their votes. Not to mention the huge cost to taxpayers that are being swept under the rug.

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Physician joins AnMed Health Clemson Family Medicine

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Dr. Glen Quattlebaum has joined AnMed Health Clemson Family Medicine.
Quattlebaum earned his bachelor’s degree at Clemson University and went on to graduate from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He completed his residency training at the Trident Family Medicine Residency Program in Charleston.

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Michael Gerson: Christmas hope

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For me, Christmas brings images of boxes, not wrapped but valued. At the end of rural road in Kericho, Kenya, there is a compound overrun by playing children. Sister Placida — a nun whose frenetic temperament belies her name — raises AIDS orphans.

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Patrick Moynihan: Cameron’s $300 million+ folly

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I like movies a lot. I like them so much that when we were barely making it in Chicago, I would walk to work to save on bus fare so I could afford to go to the cinema on the weekend. In fact, I’d rather watch a movie than get much-needed sleep or eat a really good dinner. But, I would still rather have my teeth drilled without Novocain than see Avatar again.

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We should be saving for rainy day

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Editor:
Morphine, when used in small doses, has medical value. When used regularly it is addictive. When used excessively, it will kill you.
Credit is like morphine. It is wonderful if used on a limited basis.

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Merge Records: 20 years of glorious noise

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In the summer of 1987, 19-year-old Mac McCaughan and his bandmates stumbled on an idea as old as rock ‘n’ roll itself.

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Life at Collins Home, 12-25

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Thank God for the miracle of Christmas

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