Article Archive for 25 May 2017
I recently read the following anonymous quote, “Isn’t it crazy how we can look back on a year and realize how much everything has changed? The amount of people that have left your life, entered and stayed. The memories you won’t forget and the moments you wish you did. Everything. It’s crazy how all that happened in just one year.”
Willie, In today’s paper, someone said something about Snow Creek Forest being a private community.
After more than half a year’s worth of planning, the new-look Seneca Fest is set to get underway tonight with Jazz on the Alley.
On the first stop of what she’s calling her “listening tour” as she continues to grow her campaign to unseat Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., from his seat representing the state’s Third Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, Mary Geren wasn’t shy about airing some of her frustrations Tuesday night.
A Westminster City Council member’s recorded conversation, which she claimed proved her allegations that city employees had stolen the city’s wood chipper, contained no evidence that the chipper was stolen, according to a state-level investigative file.
Oconee County will honor the memory of 210 military heroes who lost their lives in the line of duty Monday at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium.
The Oconee County “C” Funds Committee has appropriated $391,000 in state funding toward road construction at the Golden Corner Commerce Park near Fair Play.