Those who have spent any time on social media, or perhaps even in the parking lots of nearby Wal-Marts, have surely seen Confederate flag defenders crying foul about the push to abolish what they consider a symbol of heritage.
A couple weeks ago we received a call that asked us to look into the fact that Oconee County was storing large quantities of unused fiber-optic cable at the landfill.
In the last week, we’ve seen the debate about the Confederate flag rise back to the forefront of South Carolina politics.
One of the unique challenges of this business is finding a way to opine on something you cannot understand. There are more questions than answers.
We’re often critical of Oconee County Council and its members, so when they get it right, we need to praise them just as strongly.
Tuesday’s Oconee County Council meeting was one of the better ones of the year; we hope you didn’t miss it.
As the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, I frequently travel throughout the U.S.
Last week, Oconee County auditor Ken Nix stepped to the microphone and lambasted three council members — albeit while one was in absentia — and the co-owner of this newspaper, Jerry Edwards.
Early this week, when the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting of Oconee County Council was posted online, we noticed county auditor Ken Nix was slated to speak in a 10-minute presentation.
In the last week we’ve seen tax increases in the headlines several times. First the council was “considering it,” then three of the five said no a couple days later.
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