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The first reaction of Walhalla city officials upon hearing long-time public works director James Moore had announced his retirement last month was to see if there was any way of getting him to change his mind.
Problems with the discoloration of drinking water experienced by members of the Anderson Regional Joint Water System, including Clemson and Clemson University, have been addressed.
Seneca Family Restaurant asked for it, and the Oconee County Republican Party is going to oblige.
Poor sleep habits can have a negative effect on self-control, which presents risks to people’s personal and professional lives, according to Clemson University researchers.
A bill seeking to add a seventh Pickens County School Board of Trustee, which passed the House last month, has received no action in the Senate.