The following students of Greenwood School District have made their Terrific Kid list for December. First listed below as well as pictured are those from Mathews.
Front Row: Melody Ross, Katherine Richey, Alyssa Coyle, Reagan Freeman, Brenden Thomas, Ayriel Morton, and Alexa Villena
Middle Row: Kiwanis Club Representative, Debbie Price, Natalia Nunez, Amir Kinard, Julia Puac...
The American Cancer Society volunteers urges local companies to help support the fight against cancer in their communities by becoming sponsors of Relay For Life®. Cancer touches everyone, and involvement in Relay For Life is a great way for companies to demonstrate their commitment to help the American Cancer Society save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Many...
The Laurens County Community Theatre will perform “See How They Run,” a British farce by Philip King.The production will run one weekend only at the Gillam Center for the Performing Arts on the Thornwell campus. 7:30 p.m. curtains are scheduled for Thursday (Jan. 30), Friday (Jan. 31), and Saturday (Feb. 1). The production will also feature a 3:00 p.m. matinee performance on Saturday...
Check out the Pets of the Week from the Greenwood Humane Society.
She might not be as colorful as the Northern Lights, but Aurora is still quite the beauty. And those who love the sharp contrast of black and white will surely be attracted to this fabulous Border Collie-Labrador mix, as her markings are very eye-catching. But it’s her personality that will win you over in the end.
The Lander women's basketball team rode Tabitha Dailey's 22 points and Makaila Cange's double-double as the Bearcats extended their winning streak to nine with an 84-62 victory over Peach Belt Conference rival Clayton State Monday afternoon on Martin Luther King Day at Horne Arena.
The Bearcats improved to 13-3 overall while leading the PBC at 8-0. Lander matched its best start in Peach Belt Conference play since 2014-15.
Clayton State suffered its 10th consecutive loss to the Bearcats, falling to 9-7 overall and 5-3 in the conference.
The Lander men's basketball team made 3-pointers on four consecutive possessions in the second half as the Bearcats pulled away from Peach Belt Conference rival Clayton State 92-77 Monday afternoon on Martin Luther King Day at Horne Arena.
Lander improved to 12-4 overall and 6-2 in the Peach Belt. The Lakers fell to 3-12, 1-7.
"I always thought our offense would be pretty good," said head coach Drew Richards. "We've got to find five guys that are willing to guard and if we can find those guys and have the offensive output that we've been having, we could be special."