The second full week of April has been dedicated as National Telecommunications Week.
I am completely amazed! How could such an unwanted project get approved, and in such a rushed and lopsided manner?
On April 10, in a 6-0 vote, the Pickens County School Board named Dr. Danny Merck the new school district superintendent.
I agree with the guest editorial published Wednesday that there is no excuse for the lack of progress in improving data security for taxpayer and other sensitive information.
In response to a letter written about my previous letter of April 2, about Obamacare, I’d like to say that I’m not only a “good-hearted person,” I have common sense too.
Later this month, we veterans of the Korean War and World War II have been invited to go on the Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., to visit several war memorials and Arlington Cemetery.
On June 10 you have the privilege to cast your vote in the Republican primary for Oconee County Council.
I noticed a good bit of cigarette litter while I was walking around the Shaver Complex track.
This is in reference to the letter in The Journal on Wednesday, “Obamacare doesn’t need to be replaced,” written by probably a good-hearted person.
You printed a letter to the editor on March 28 titled “National forests mismanaged” and written by a retired U.S. Forest Service employee.