During Westminster City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday night at the Westminster Fire Department, a public hearing on the city’s proposed fiscal year 2017-18 budget didn’t produce a significant amount of discussion, but there was no shortage of outcry against embattled Council
On the second Wednesday of every month, a group of women meets in the pastor’s hall at Seneca Presbyterian Church. A few women sit behind sewing machines, a couple stand behind ironing boards and six to eight gather around a table of brilliantly patterned fabric.
Seneca’s Carisma Holland turned the South Carolina State High School League state championship track and field meet into her own private playground during her time in the Golden Corner, dominating the competition in discus and shot put.
After meeting for nearly three hours Wednesday evening at city hall, Westminster City Council failed to make any headway on its budget crisis, as four council members continued to hold their ground against a possible solution provided by Oconee County.
Ol’ Willie hates to admit it, but he gave some outdated contact information in Wednesday’s paper for the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office in response to a comment about possible litter on Sheep Farm Road.