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Westview Memorial Park

Westview Memorial Park
5740 Highway 76 West
Laurens, SC 29360
Phone: (864) 682-4852
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Recovery continues to build in Upstate - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Anderson County and expand one in Lexington County. Each of the eight counties that The Market Edge defines as Upstate — Greenville, Anderson, Abbeville, Greenwood, Pickens, Laurens, Spartanburg and Oconee counties — experienced an increase in new home construction in the first quarter. With 447, Greenville County had the regions highest total of first quarter permits, followed by Spartanburg with 137, the report said. John Owings, the county’s manager of current planning, said the county has not had a new preliminary plat for a new subdivision in over the last 18 months, but some of the developers he has talked with said subdivision lots are being purchased and built on, while others said to meet the demand, someone is going to have to come in with a new subdivision or two. (Page 2 of 3) “We’d love to see that happen,” Owings said. What is happening, though, is a migration of a number of national and regional home builders into the Upstate market such as Legendary Homes, Crown, Ryan, Eastwood, Ryan and Mungo, and “from the indications we’ve got, there are a lot of lots being bought and houses built on,” Owings said. Tom Dillard, owner of Dillard-Jones Custom Homes, is among the local home builders benefiting from the increasing Greenville County permit totals. His Greer-based company has about 10 new homes in various phases of construction. “We have, in the last three to four weeks, seen probably more interest in building homes than we have in the past three or four years. There is a remarkable difference in the amount of interest and activity,” Dillard said. “Every spring, things tend to pic...

Gingrich victory scrambles GOP race - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Throughout the Upstate, where more than 40 percent of Republican presidential primary voters live, Gingrich piled up huge margins, doubling Romney’s votes in counties such as Laurens and Anderson. He did it despite a cacophony of controversy and a string of attacks from his rivals about his marriages and political history that made the campaign’s final days noisy and dramatic. “He’s tapped the emotion of the right-wing electorate, and that washes away all of the questions,” said Brent Nelson, a former statewide Republican candidate and a political science professor at Furman University. When voters headed to the polls, a swell of momentum that started in the week’s final, feisty debates swept up some of the state’s top Republican figures and ultimately secured tea party favor in the Upstate’s conservative epicenter delivered more than a 10 percent winning margin just days after Gingrich trailed Romney in some polls. The economy trumped the social concerns that South Carolina voters typically love, and that Santorum emphasized, political observers sai...

Michelin announces rollout of new 90000-mile tire - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
Defender project began about 2½ years ago. Much of the research and development was done at Michelin’s Donaldson facility in Greenville County and the company’s Laurens test track, Clark said. Michelin officials said the tire will cover 93 percent of standard passenger car vehicles and be available in 38 sizes. Clark said prices will range generally from $110 to $120 a tire on the lower end to $170 to $200 a tire for the largest size. But the Defender is being launched at prices lower than the tire it replaces, he said. Michelin officials unveiled the new tire at the auto show Monday in Detroit. They said that in a tough economy, many drivers are keeping their cars longer and racking up high mileage on their vehicles before purchasing again. The Defender speaks directly to that consumer behavior by lasting up to 21,000 miles longer than a leading competitor, Michelin officials said. That is nearly 1.5 additional years of driving for the average consumer, company officials said. In addition, they said that because of the technical advancements in Michelin’s tire design and engineering, the Defender stops up to 31 feet shorter than a leading competitor. That equates to approximately two car lengths, Michelin officials said. The Michelin Defender offers 17 percent improved rolling resistance than the previous generation Michelin product, for a potential savings of up to $250 in fuel at $3.50 a gallon over the life of the tires, company officials said. Michelin North America has 8,300 employees in South Carolina, including about 6,000 in the Upstate.

Friday's High School Playoff Capsules - Greenville News

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
II first-round game. … The teams played last week at Wren. Easley rushed for 312 yards and won 35-21. … Easley is No. 8 in Class AAAA and in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. (Page 2 of 3) Laurens (5-6) at Ashley Ridge (8-3): Class AAAA Division II first-round game. … Laurens is 1-6 in its last seven first-round games. … In 2010, its first year in Class AAAA, Ashley Ridge advanced to the second round. Fairfield Central (7-4) at Seneca (9-2): Class AAA second-round game. … Seneca rushed for 541 yards in last week’s 43-6 win over Eastside. … Fairfield Central QB NaJahwan McKinstry rushed for 126 yards in last week’s 24-21 win over Greer. … Seneca is No. 7 in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. Greenville (5-6) at South Pointe (10-1): Class AAA second-round game. … Greenville has won five consecutive games after an 0-6 start. … Greenville RB Nikem Taylor has rushed for 1,415 yards and 18 TDs. … South Pointe beat Greenville 50-7 in the first round last year. … South Pointe is No. 1 in Class AAA. Nation Ford (6-5) at Daniel (10-1): Class AAA second-round game. … Daniel RB Jae’lon Oglesby has rushed for 1,441 yards and 22 TDs. … Daniel is allowing averages of 127.8 yards and 5.5 points per game. … Daniel is No. 4 in Class AAA and in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. York (8-3) at Wade Hampton (9-2): Class AAA second-round game. … Wade Hampton had 452 yards rushing in last week’s 42-21 win over Pickens, the Generals‘ first postseason victory in 24 years. … York had nine sacks and held Blue Ridge to 192 total yards in last week’s 44-34 win. … York is No. 8 in Class AAA. Newberry (8-3) at Woodruff (10-0): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Woodruff had a bye last week. … Woodruff went undefeated in the regular season for the second time in three years. … Woodruff is No. 3 in Class AAA and No. 6 in The Greenville News Upstate rankings. Emerald (6-5) at Pendleton (7-3): Class AA Division I second-round game. … Pendleton had a bye last week. … Pendleton has a five-game winning streak. … Pendleton's losses came against Abbeville, the top-ranked Class A team, and Class AAA opponents Blue Ridge and Daniel. Liberty (9-2) at Pageland Central (8-2): Class AA Division II second-r...

A Laurens man who has been wanted since August was arrested Thursday and ... - Greenville News

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
A Laurens man who has been wanted since August was arrested Thursday and charged in the shooting death of a man at a Laurens home that burned down days later, authorities said. Samuel Gerard Mosley, 31, is charged with murder in the death of Albert W. Hoyte on Aug. 20, according to a warrant. Mosley was arrested in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, said Laurens County sheriff’s Lt. Judy Stiles. Deputies said t...

Mr. Football finalists include Rowe, Hannon - Greenville News

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Dorman; Savannah Angel, Northwestern; Raveen Golston, Dutch Fork; Finley Wiles, Daniel; Katie Henderson, Eastside; Tanae Copeland, Chapman; Jordan Meadows, Nation Ford; Olivia Owens (injured), Laurens. Coaches: Jennifer Allen, Chapman, Dianne Owens, Laurens. South AAAA/AAA Meredith Clemmens, Aiken; Monica Cardona, Aiken; Siraya Windsor, White Knoll; Kaitlyn Cobb, Lexington; Sara Bane, Carolina Forest; Katie Davis, Carolina Forest; Tinsley Hallman, Wando; Savannah Miller, Wando; Sklyer Benson, Chapin; Dina Henderson, Airport; Kelsey Hutto, Camden; Danielle Bothe, Bluffton. Coaches: Al Stern, Bluffton; Tracie Lake, Stratford. North AA/A Amber King, Liberty; Mackenzie Holland, Pendleton; Haylee Leonard, Broome; Aeriel Wheeler, Woodruff; Kathryn Cochcroft, Gilbert; Jocolby Brown, Keenan; Callie Dixon, Andrew Jackson; Jenny Bailey, Ninety Six; Anna Swain, Southside Christian; Chalice Pack, Southside Christian; Elexis Ross, North Central; Shay Freeman, Ridge Spring-Monetta. Coaches: Tami Garvin, Wagener-Salley; Fran Thomas, Woodruff, South AA/A Catherine Padgett, Barnwell; Ashley Cox, Hanahan; Sarah Luhn, Bishop England; Kate Westbrook, Bishop England; Serena Hagerty, Academic Magnet; Emmy Baker, Timberland; Olivia Gray, Waccamaw; Loren Hill, Waccamaw; Miranda Nichols, Branchville; Shawanna McNeil, Burke; Alexus Watford, East Clarendon; Keyarah Turner, Johnsonville. Coaches: Damian Johno, Cross; Wendy Anderson, Hanahan. ALL-WESTERN AAA REGION Finley Wiles, Carley Hoover, Anna Hughey, Corie Crawford and Samantha Young, Daniel; Taylor Underwood, Chandler Moore and Michaela Leslie, Pickens; Anna Wofford and Leslie Lanson-Scribner, Seneca; Elizabeth Keown, Belton-Honea Path; Kristen Smith, West-Oak; Alex Moran, Walhalla. Player of the Year: Finley Wiles, Daniel. Coach of the Year: Joy Stewart, Daniel.

St. Joseph's knocks off Ware Shoals - Greenville News

Tue, Oct 25, 2011
Class AAAA girls tennis playoffs, defending state champion Mauldin will play at home today against Wren. J.L. Mann, which lost to Mauldin in last year’s Upper State final, will host Laurens. In other first round action, Easley hosts Dorman and Riverside visits Hanna.

Patriots expect Dorman to be in top form - Greenville News

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Mann is coming off a 24-13 loss to Byrnes in which the Patriots and their Shrine Bowl defensive end, T.J. Terrell, held the Rebels to a field goal in the first half. • On Friday, Easley will host Laurens and play its final regular-season game at Brice Field, the Green Wave’s home for the past 72 years. The school is inviting all alumni to participate in a ceremony at halftime . All participants (football, band, cheer, soccer) will be recognized by decade.

Patricia R. Wendorf — Hayfield

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Waltham, with Reverend John Heruth officiating. Interment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery.Patricia Rae Wendorf, 79, died at her home in Hayfield Oct. 17, 2011. Pat was born July 27, 1932, in Laurens, Iowa, the daughter of Delmer and Eila (Nichols) Perrigo and had two brothers, Lonnie and Terry Perrigo. The family moved to rural Sargeant in 1948. Pat graduated from Austin High School and in later years enjoyed her class reunions and luncheons. Pat married Wally Wendorf on June 4, 1950. They had six children and made their home in th... (Post Bulletin)

Patriots expect Dorman to be in top form - Greenville News

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
Mann is coming off a 24-13 loss to Byrnes in which the Patriots and their Shrine Bowl defensive end, T.J. Terrell, held the Rebels to a field goal in the first half. • On Friday, Easley will host Laurens and play its final regular-season game at Brice Field, the Green Wave’s home for the past 72 years. The school is inviting all alumni to participate in a ceremony at halftime . All participants (football, band, cheer, soccer) will be recognized by decade.

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