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Walhalla City Councilmen Henry “Deek” Biemann and James
Powell announced Tuesday they resigned from their positions on council
effective immediately, leaving two vacant council seats open for
On her final day in town before boarding a plane and heading off to college, Carley Hoover had planned on spending the day with friends and doing some last-minute packing on Tuesday.
Pioneer Rural Water District’s planned purchase of 25 acres in the Golden Corner Commerce Park for a $15 million water treatment plant will have to wait at least another two weeks.
Tuesday night ended with a “Boom!” as a fireworks show wrapped up the meet-and-greet event with the visiting Marines.
Clemson University President James Barker would be happy to know he’s leaving office on good terms with much of the faculty, staff and students who showed up Tuesday to a presidential search forum.
A hearing on the legality of gaming machines seized in April from Oconee County businesses has been postponed until July 1.
With one member voting against, Oconee County Council gave final approval to 2013-14 fiscal year budget on Tuesday that includes a 3-mil tax increase.
It’s called the Fair Play Certified Canning Kitchen. And for farmers, or others, who want to sell canned goods or food products to the public, it should come in real handy.
The school districts of Oconee and Pickens counties have found that feeding children isn’t something that should end with the school year.