Article Archive for 18 June 2016
Rather than surfing the net, texting or tweeting, these boys learned karate, swam in the lake, built wooden chairs and shot BB guns and bows and arrows. The Cub Scout Investigators day camp was offered by the Oconee District of the Blue Ridge Council at High Falls County Park.
A Seneca man and woman face multiple charges after witnesses told police they engaged in sexual activity in front of children and also inappropriately touched several children Thursday evening at the Friendship Recreation Area near Townville.
With the moment of truth approaching, the chairman of Oconee County Council says he still hopes to avoid a tax increase during the current budget cycle.
Alzheimer’s affects one in three people over the age of 80 and is the only disease in the top 10 killers with no cure, no way to slow it and no way to reverse it.
I was fresh out of college and had been fortunate enough to land a freelance job for $35 a week covering high school football when I first heard the adage, “It’s not the X’s and O’s, it’s the Jimmys and the Joes.”
The long anticipated, much debated legislation over finally establishing harvest limits for deer while at the same time imposing a system to account for the number of deer that each hunter kills, has been enacted into law.