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School board election results tossed

No date set yet for new District 7 race By Bru Nimmons Staff Reporter bnimmons@thepccourier.com PICKENS — After a review More »

PHS gym renamed for Peggy Anthony

By Rocky Nimmons Publisher rnimmons@thepccourier.com PICKENS — Officials ensured a true Pickens legend will live on forever earlier this month, More »

Local Palmetto Trail passage opens

By Jason Evans Staff Reporter jevans@thepccourier.com SUNSET — The newest passage of the Palmetto Trail is officially open in Pickens More »

Clusters for Kids

EASLEY — The fifth annual Clusters for Kids Oyster Roast was held on Nov. 10. Community sponsors, supporters and the More »

SURVIVE AND ADVANCE

Daniel shocks defending state champions in double overtime By Bru Nimmons Staff Reporter bnimmons@thepccourier.com ROCK HILL — The Daniel High More »

Upstate mourns Alexander’s loss

JERRY LAMAR ALEXANDER 1937-2018 By Greg Oliver Courtesy The Journal goliver@upstatetoday.com PICKENS — Jerry Alexander will be remembered for his More »

 

11-0 AND 1 TO GO



Despite slow start, Tigers beat Duke to move closer to perfect regular season

By Alex Maminakis
Courtesy The Journal

alex@upstatetoday.com

CLEMSON — Slow start? No problem.

Despite a sluggish first quarter for Clemson on Saturday, and a first half in which the Tigers collected 195 yards and punted seven times, the No. 2 team in the country found its rhythm in the second half at Memorial Stadium and beat Duke soundly, 35-6.

The Blue Devils only managed two field goals in the first quarter, and didn’t score the rest of the night.

But the Tigers (11-0, 8-0 ACC) didn’t lead until early in the second quarter, when Tavien Feaster found the end zone for a two-yard score, and Duke continued to threaten with its efficient quarterback, Daniel Jones, keeping the game in reach.

Clemson’s growing lead and strong defense, however, soon secured the win for the Tigers.

“I’m really proud of our team for how they responded in the second half. Obviously, we did not get off to a great start,” Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said after the game. “I was really disappointed in how we started, but it’s a four-quarter game. I challenged them at halftime to see how they could respond. To win 35-6 against a good football team … I’m really proud of our guys and how they responded.”

Reviewing the game’s final stats, it was easy to forget Clemson’s slow start. The Tigers racked up 459 total yards, 208 of which came on the ground,

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Courier Legal Notices 11-21-18

SUMMONS

(Jury Trial Demanded)

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF PICKENS

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

THIRTEENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT

Case No.: 2018-CP-39-00611

Melanie Elizabeth Bieryta, Plaintiff, v. Benjamin Rivera, Defendant.

TO THE DEFENDANT ABOVE NAMED:

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to answer the COMPLAINT in this action a copy of which is attached hereto and herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your Answer to the Complaint upon the subscriber at 209 E. Washington St., Greenville, South Carolina, 29601, within thirty (30) days after the service thereof, exclusive of the day of such service. If you fail to answer the Complaint within this thirty (30) day period, the Plaintiff or Defendant will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint and judgment will be taken against you by default.

IN THE EVENT YOU ARE AN INFANT OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE OR AN IMPRISONED PERSON, you are further summoned and notified to apply for the appointment of a Guardian ad Litem to represent

Courier Notice to Creditors 11-21-18

The publisher shall only be liable for an amount less than or equal to the charge for the space of the item in error in the case of errors in or omissions from any advertisement, and only for the first incorrect insertion.

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATES

All persons having claims against the following estates MUST file their claims on Form #371ES with the Probate Court of PICKENS COUNTY, the address of which is 222 MCDANIEL AVE., B-16 PICKENS, SC 29671, within eight (8) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors or within one (1) year from date of death, whichever is earlier (SCPC 62-3-801, et seq.), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. All claims are required to be presented in written statements on the

Courier Trespass Notices 11-28-18

In the state of South Carolina, trespass after notice is a misdemeanor criminal offense prohibited by section 16-11-620 for the South Carolina Code.

Those who enter upon the lands of others without the permission of the owner or manager shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor trespassing. All persons are hereby notified and warned not to hunt, fish, cut timber or

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School board election results under protest

Hearing with District 7 candidates set Monday; Clemson council runoff Tuesday

PICKENS — Local residents will have to wait a little longer to find out who will represent the newly created District 7 seat on the Pickens County School Board, as the results of last week’s election are officially under protest.

Phillip Healy was declared the winner over Alice Hendricks Vander Linden by a slim margin in the race for the seat created last year by the state

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Upstate mourns Alexander’s loss

JERRY LAMAR ALEXANDER 1937-2018

By Greg Oliver

Courtesy The Journal

goliver@upstatetoday.com

PICKENS — Jerry Alexander will be remembered for his hard work and relentless energy that led to a long career in the newspaper industry, as well as his smile and engaging personality that left a lasting memory on those he met.

Alexander, who owned the Pickens Sentinel for nearly 25 years until its sale in 2001 and stayed active writing books and newspaper articles in

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A true superhero

In life, we meet people who make a difference in who we become. In life, we have influences that shape us and experiences that temper what kind of person we develop into. When I was growing up in Six Mile, I didn’t ever once think that I wanted to be a newspaperman.

Sure, there were things I wanted to be. A superhero, an artist, a professional wrestler and even a mechanic, but never once did I say, “Mama, I want to be a newspaperman.”

As a comic book collector, I knew what newspapermen did. For crying out loud, Clark Kent was a reporter at the Daily Planet and Peter Parker was a photographer for the Daily Bugle. So I knew the people who worked at newspapers were mild-mannered, smart and interested in everything, but that was about it. As many of you know, Clark Kent had a night job, too — in his off time he would put on a red cape and save the world as Superman. Peter Parker did the same thing, too, but his moniker was Spider-Man.

So being a newspaperman and a superhero were somehow connected in my mind.

In 1983, God gave me an incredible blessing. That was the year I saw an advertisement in the local paper in Pickens looking for a graphic artist. I was doing a lot of drawing, with hopes of a future as a comic book artist. When I saw that advertisement that day in the Pickens Sentinel, I thought, “I can draw.” See, that was how naive I was — I had no idea how a newspaper actually worked or even what a graphic artist was.

On the day I went for a job interview, I met a man who would change

Former POW receives state’s highest honor

 

By Jason Evans

Staff Reporter

jevans@thepccourier.com

LIBERTY — A man who spent more than three years in a North Korean prisoner of war camp was awarded the state’s highest civilian honor Sunday afternoon.

1st Lt. Bill Funchess, 90, received the Order of the Palmetto as part of Pickens County’s “A Salute to Veterans” program, which followed a patriotic Veterans Day parade in Liberty.

State Reps. Gary Clary and Davey Hiott presented Funchess with the state’s high honor, with Congressman Jeff Duncan and Pickens County Council chairman Roy Costner assisting.

Hiott told Funchess that sharing the stage with him and presenting him the award was “an extreme honor and a privilege.”

“I’m standing here because of you,” Hiott said. “Thank you. God bless you and thank you.”

While the award is the highest honor bestowed by the governor, “these awards are inadequate because of the things he’s done,” Hiott said.

“But I can tell you the state of South Carolina, Pickens County, the United States Congress and every single person out here thanks you for what you’ve done, for what you’ve endured, what you’ve fought through and the role model you still are today,” Hiott said.

Funchess said he wanted to “express my appreciation to Pickens County for honoring the veterans of all the wars and of all the branches of the service.”

“It is a special honor for me and it is a special honor, I am sure, for all the

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Museum accepting items for new time capsule

By Jason Evans

Staff Reporter

jevans@thepccourier.com

PICKENS — The Pickens County Museum of Art and History is accepting items to be placed in a time capsule that will be buried later this year.

Museum officials have announced the criteria for the items that will be considered for placement in the capsule, which will be unearthed in 2068.

Residents are encouraged to bring labeled photos, family memorabilia or other special items and letters that are either printed on premium paper or written in graphite paper.

Those items should be placed in unsealed envelopes that are 9 inches by 12 inches or smaller.

Officials encourage that, in their letters, residents address what they feel

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