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Punch-list items for overall completion of work at the new Walhalla High School, as well as renovations at Ravenel and Fair-Oak Elementary, are keeping assistant superintendent Steve Hanvey, district maintenance employees and contractors busy.
Quilting isn’t what it used to be. Rather than sticking with traditional geometric shapes and patterns, a local group of fiber artists are “thinking outside the blocks.”
Friends of the Green Crescent representatives who were on hand at Monday night’s Clemson City Council meeting hoping to see council provide the final piece of the funding puzzle involving a formal feasibility study got their wish.
When Our Daily Bread president Richard Ledford arrives shortly after 6 a.m. to begin preparations for Feed the 5000, he admittedly gets a little concerned when only a few people are initially on site.
Beset with legal battles on multiple fronts, Community First Bank is seeking to put an end to one of those skirmishes.
Some fortunate high school graduating senior from Oconee County will have a shot at bagging a $2,500 scholarship in 2016 courtesy of the South Carolina Association of Counties.
A month after tabling a recommendation to increase pay for assistant principals, the Pickens County School Board of Trustees voted 5-1 in favor Monday night.