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More than 200 cyclists took to the roads Saturday for the fifth annual Rally in the Valley.
As the ceremony drew to a close to a close Monday afternoon at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium, Jerry Dyar succinctly summarized Memorial Day better than most could hope.
A frequent guest of the Pickens County Detention Center has alleged in a lawsuit that the jail’s overcrowding was to blame for a beating he suffered at the hands of other inmates.
The recent Clemson visit by collegiate and high school rowing teams from throughout the Northeast and Midwest was a financial success, according to a local tourism official.
Central officials recently learned the town has been accepted as a recipient for a $400,000 brownfields cleanup grant applied for last fall.
With the mercury climbing as the afternoon wore on Friday, Wayne Wheeler of Easley stopped just short of playing amateur psychologist at the Seneca Fest edition of Cruzin’ on Main.