Article Archive for 2 April 2014
The school board chairman weathered a strong showing Tuesday from political newcomer Paul Cain, as well as a woeful 9.2 percent voter turn out, to eke out a 35-vote margin of victory in a special Republican primary for the District 3 seat on County Council.
Two things on my mind. Looks like the public meeting regarding the new Seneca motel is “locking the barn door after the horse is stolen.” Just saying.
In an effort to make school a more positive atmosphere, Tamassee-Salem High School math teacher Wanda Screws armed her probability and statistics students with markers and construction paper in a challenge to change the school environment.
Aimed at DUI offenders, ‘Emma’s Law’ set for full House this week
A Walhalla High School administrator has resigned after a public outcry and a petition calling for his firing in the wake of an alleged Facebook post about a young girl last weekend.
Brian Swords, director of Tri-County Technical College’s Easley campus, was elected Tuesday as the Liberty representative on the Pickens County School Board.