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Posts by Anderson County News

Crappie USA Travels to Lake Hartwell 

Participants will compete in amateur and pro divisions at the May 4, 2019 crappie tournament at Anderson, SC. Crappie anglers from several states will travel to Lake Hartwell to participate in a Crappie USA (CUSA) Tournament Trail event presented by Bass Pro Shops Cabela’s. Local and traveling anglers will be vying for cash, prizes, and an opportunity to compete at the 2019 CUSA Classic which will feature a guaranteed payout of $125,000 in cash and prizes.

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Polling Locations Changed

Three Anderson County Precincts are moving to new polling locations, two due to the recent settlement from November with the United States Department of Justice to ensure accessibility of polling locations to persons with disabilities, and one due to concerns over the location.

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Lake Hartwell and Anderson County: “Where Champions Fish”

Visit Anderson and Anderson County took a leap of faith when in 2016 they put financial support behind two young professional anglers and budding stars Brian Latimer of Belton and Brandon Cobb of Greenwood. In the past 45 days, that leap of faith has come full circle as Brian Latimer, and Brandon Cobb notched their first career wins on the FLW Tour and Bassmaster Elite Series respectively.

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Mt. Lebanon Elementary Named Blue Ribbon School 2018

Mount Lebanon Elementary School, located in Pendleton, SC and part of Anderson School District Four, is one of five schools in South Caroliona to be recognized. The first elementary school in the country to receive AdvancED’s coveted STEM Certification, Mount Lebanon receives the National Blue Ribbon School designation as an Exemplary High Performing School.

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Clean Up at Green Pond: Area High School Anglers Prepare for Elite Series at Lake Hartwell

Anglers, coaches and parents from area programs such as Crescent High School, Wren High School, Travelers Rest High School, Pendleton High School and the Greenwood Eagle Eye Anglers as well as members of the Clemson University Fishing Club teamed up with staff from Anderson County and Visit Anderson to sweep the areas in and around Green Pond Landing to pick up trash and litter in preparation of the Bassmaster Elite Series which will take place on April 4-7.

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