Article Archive for March 2017
Katie Beth Patterson, of 624 Earles Grove Road, was charged with trespassing after warning and booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 3:08 p.m. Thursday.
For the sixth consecutive year, the Greater Clemson Music Festival, formerly known as Bluesfest, will offer music for all tastes during a 10-day period at venues throughout the tri-county area.
A little more than a month following a two-day charrette held at the Clemson Community Room, a master plan for the Pacolet Milliken project was presented to Clemson City Council during a special work session held in that same room earlier this week.
On March 18, friends, relatives and members of the Charles McGee Byrd Post 120 of the American Legion honored the post’s oldest member with a citation from national headquarters for Garland Smith, who turned 101 in January.
Following suit with the cities of Seneca and Westminster a day earlier, Oconee County Council moved Friday to take legal action to halt the building of a $19 million water treatment plant by Pioneer Rural Water District.
Willie, The Peter Principle states that a person will rise to the level of his incompetence.
The city councils of Seneca and Westminster moved Thursday to take legal action to halt the construction by the Pioneer Rural Water District of a $19 million water treatment plant that they believe violates the district’s charter.