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More than five miles from the Clemson University campus, ROTC cadets from four Upstate universities spent an unseasonably cool day Friday practicing challenging drills — aimed to develop their leadership and teamwork skills.
Pickens County recently announced it has become a Work Ready Community, and education and business leaders in Oconee County are also working toward the same goal.
A proposed change in the way municipalities and counties collect business license taxes has drawn the ire of Clemson city administrator Rick Cotton.
A woman implicated in the stabbing death of man in the house where she lived with other young people is out of jail this week after being bailed out by a relative.
Oconee County saw about a 10-percent increase in its labor force and total employment in the past year, but its economic development boss believes it still has a “skills gap” to address in order to combat unemployment.
A U.S. senator with ties to Seneca recently confirmed his participation in the South Carolina Freedom Summit, which is co-hosted by Congressman Jeff Duncan and will feature an all-star cast of GOP conservative voices and likely 2016 presidential primary contenders.
School District of Oconee County officials say they are pleased about the $23 million in funds received from Duke Energy in January after the county’s largest taxpayer paid its taxes.