South Carolina News Briefing

August 29

Seneca Journal, August 27
Clemson bridge replacement project delayed again


   The Times and Democrat   •   USA   •   Aug 29   •   05:00 am
Boxwood blight discovered in S.C. plant nursery
time in a South Carolina plant nursery, say inspectors with the Clemson University Department of Plant Industry. The finding follows the


   The Times and Democrat   •   USA   •   Aug 28   •   10:00 pm
BUZZ ABOUT BEES: Critical to successful crop production
Palmetto State, has strong ties to the Clemson Extension Service. Dr. Jennifer Tsuruda is a Clemson University bee specialist. Along with


   Index-Journal   •   USA   •   Aug 28   •   04:25 am
Names come and go, and some need to go
Consider the division that remains over the name associated with one of Clemson University’s historic buildings. Tillman Hall was named for


   The Times and Democrat   •   USA   •   Aug 28   •   03:30 am
Gun from battleship USS Maine to be restored at Clemson conservation center
publicized work on the Civil War submarine the H.L. Hunley, the Clemson lab appears to have become the go-to conservator for this type of


   Independent Mail   •   USA   •   Aug 27   •   03:13 pm
Controversial speaker to appear at Clemson
His appearance at Clemson is a private, ticketed event, Talley said. Clemson University spokeswoman Robin Denny said WeRoar Clemson is not


   The Greenville News   •   USA   •   Aug 26   •   07:29 pm
Central Town Council endorses Green Crescent Trail project
Wesleyan, as well as Clemson University, have committed to help with the trail’s development. The cities of Clemson and Central already


   The Greenville News   •   USA   •   Aug 26   •   03:01 pm
Furman to build $1.7 million solar farm
Redderson said. “Furman is committed to sustainability and this is helping us move in that direction,” Redderson said. The Furman Board of


   WPDE   •   USA   •   Aug 26   •   05:56 pm
CCU invests in students’ right to vote
Conway, S.C. (WPDE) — Coastal Carolina University is investing in technology that will help give students a say in this year’s presidential   •   USA   •   Aug 26   •   05:01 pm
MUSC board spent $560K in 5 years on hotels, meals and booze


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