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Clif Alexander is Six Mile through and through, having been born and raised in the community, attending Six Mile Elementary School and eventually returning to the school to teach and ultimately serve in administration.
During its recent retreat at Tri-County Technical College’s Easley campus, the Pickens County School Board said science, technology, engineering and math programs must be a primary focus now and in the future.
Although construction of a retaining wall on U.S. Highway 123 is nearing completion, Clemson city officials say any remaining work not finished today will resume Tuesday and not impact Clemson football traffic or the Labor Day holiday weekend.
A local prosecutor should be removed from an investigation into the shooting of a South Carolina teen killed by a police officer during an apparent drug bust, the man’s family has argued to the state’s highest court.
Congressman Jeff Duncan is committed to lining up with everyone in the U.S. House of Representatives opposed to funding Planned Parenthood with federal tax dollars, even if such a stand leads to the government shutting down.
Oconee will pay $650,000 to settle a lawsuit with an Internet service provider that claims the county failed to hold up its end of the bargain in a contract related to its $15 million broadband project.