South Carolina News Briefing

February 20

Anderson Independent Mail, Feb. 18
A place to discuss difficult issues – and Disney princesses

 

Greenville News, Feb. 15
Professor suggests 16 books for Black History Month

 

   TheState.com   •   USA   •   Feb 19   •   10:32 pm
Pain, questions linger 20 years after Stacey Brooke Holsonback’s death
major at Clemson University in 1997, was last seen Feb. 19 of that year when she went “mud-bogging” near Seneca with two male Clemson

 

   The Greenville News   •   USA   •   Feb 19   •   11:24 am
Clemson engineers driven by building race cars
surpassed 50 members. Derek Moore, a junior mechanical engineering major and Clemson‘s Formula team president, said his group has about the

 

   TheLancasterNews.com   •   USA   •   Feb 19   •   02:00 am
Navy details sinking, recovery of Civil War sub H.L. Hunley
designed tank of fresh water. Conservation efforts continue today, with support from Clemson University and the Friends of the Hunley.

 

   TheState.com   •   USA   •   Feb 18   •   09:40 pm
York County lawmaker files bill to ban Confederate flag from any SC public building
to consider changing names of building named for racist Ben Tillman at Clemson and Winthrop universities. Efforts to reach Lucas on King’s

 

   The Post and Courier   •   USA   •   Feb 18   •   08:00 pm
Experts devising ways to make stormwater ponds more natural, functional
water quality. Guinn Wallover, water resources extension agent for Clemson Extension, underscores the importance of the ponds and their

 

   FOX Carolina – WHNS 21   •   USA   •   Feb 17   •   12:24 am
New task force assembled to find Brooke Holsonback’s murderer
for the person or persons that killed his daughter. She was a freshmen at Clemson University. “It’s not something you get over,” explained

 

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