Local student wins National championship at SkillsUSA competition PDF Print E-mail
Written by George Browning   
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 09:04

MacKenzie Stephens put an exclamation point on his high school days at Prosser in 2013 by finishing fourth in the SkillsUSA Nationals Internetworking competition. While he was excited by that finish, it was trumped by his first time competing as a college student this summer when he won the gold medal and gave Prosser it’s first-ever national champion. 

Connell returns to Pirate Basketball sideline PDF Print E-mail
Written by Janna Ross   
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 00:00

The Greater Clark County School Board voted Wednesday evening, July 9, to approve Jason Connell to return to the Charlestown Pirate Basketball sideline effective immediately. Connell replaces Sean Smith, who led the Pirates for eight seasons before taking the head coaching job at West Washington in May.

Steps being taken to make Highway 60 a safer road PDF Print E-mail
Salem Mayor David Bower gets excited when he talks about the changes currently taking place along Highway 60 from Salem to Bennettsville. 
Council approves hiring of 3 jailers PDF Print E-mail
The renovation project of the Washington County Detention Center was scheduled to be completed in late fall, but work is going faster than expected. 
Greenville Christian Church Offers Back to School Closet PDF Print E-mail
The ever increasing prices coupled with the new balanced calendar school year has caused some to be in a sudden position of having to provide school clothes in very short order with very limited time to budget the expense.  If you happen to find yourself in this type of situation, Greenville Christian Church is offering a solution.  On Saturday, July 26th from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Greenville Christian Church will be offering a Back to School Closet with sizes from 3T all the way up to Juniors.  All clothing will be offered a $1 a piece, plus those stopping by will get free school supplies.  All proceeds from the sale will go back into the community, such as purchasing additional school supplies or possibly the local food pantry.  
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