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The county’s top economic development official is confident Oconee is well positioned for job growth and is optimistic about the future despite disappointing labor statistics released Friday.
Every third Thursday in September, the country takes time to remember troops who are missing in action or prisoners of war.
The United Way of Pickens County recently held its annual kickoff campaign for 2014-15 and, prior to embarking on another fundraising effort, recognized several organizations for their contributions during the previous year.
As West Union resident Derrick Phillips was driving along U.S. Highway 76/123 from Seneca toward Westminster on Thursday, he saw what he suspected to be a drunk driver in front of him. Phillips followed and called law enforcement.