Article Archive for 23 August 2014
To address the comment you made at the end of your response to my letter, you stated, “no one suggested what they were doing was illegal. Strange that you felt compelled to point out that it wasn’t.”
Oconee County’s economic landscape is set to change drastically in the near future, and its infrastructure is running a race to keep up with its growth.
Kathy Rogers, a Walhalla City councilwoman who served the public through the American Red Cross, including 20 years as executive director of the Oconee County chapter, died with family by her side at the Cottingham Hospice House in Seneca on Friday.
Back when I was a promising young basketball player in high school, my coach began each practice with a motivational saying.
The head of the 9/11 Memorial Committee said this week the group is planning to mark next month’s 13th anniversary of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil with a ceremony at the site of its project to record the events of that day for those too young to remember, as well as future generations.
Recent complaints from West Union residents about apparent eyesore properties on E. Main Street are in the process of being addressed, according to mayor Linda Oliver.