Article Archive for 15 April 2017
School District of Oconee County superintendent Michael Thorsland said the district is still exploring options for the site of a new Seneca Middle School, next on the agenda after projects at Walhalla Elementary and West-Oak High are completed.
After multiple delays, the trial of the Walhalla man police allege set a Seneca home on fire with nine people inside is set to get underway next week at the Oconee County Courthouse.
A grin comes across Alliance Pickens executive director Ray Farley’s face when he talks about the four expansion projects underway at the Pickens County Commerce Park.
With 75 votes from community members, the Arts Center of Clemson was the winner of the inaugural Festival of Eggs decorating contest, sponsored by Duke Energy’s World of Energy at Oconee Nuclear Station.
Clemson University Historic Properties continues its efforts to restore the front porch at General Andrew Pickens’ circa 1785 Hopewell Plantation so visitors can safely access the educational landmark, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, for years to come.
Oconee County Deputy Chief for Emergency Management and Special Operations Scott Krein asked county council members Tuesday to adopt an updated version of a 15-year-old statewide mutual aid agreement.
An agreement between the city of Clemson and Joseph F. Sullivan Center at Clemson University will ensure that health care services for city employees and dependents, which began through the partnership in 2008, will continue for at least another year.
One of the top killers for men over the age of 55 is the target of Clemson University research that could lead to a new life-saving therapy and a better way of telling whether surgery is necessary.
When Leon Scott rolled into the Ravenel Elementary School cafeteria in a wheelchair, his fourth-graders flocked to him.
State Rep. Gary Clary told residents who would be affected by the proposed site of a $51 million, 16-megawatt natural gas combined heat and power facility that he will continue to keep the opposition he and others have toward the project in the public eye.