Article Archive for 12 June 2017
Warmer lake temperatures and heavy May rainfall could leave Clemson-area residents with a bad taste in their mouths.
After the South Carolina Legislature recently passed new vehicle child restraint laws in Columbia, Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw summarized the changes in a recent news release.
Following the argument, which was allegedly over social media posts, Lloyd Elmer Pearson, 49, of 214 Snead Road, Walhalla, and Novie Michael Phillips, 27, of 591 Wolf Stake Church Road, Seneca, were arrested by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office at a restaurant on Sandifer Boulevard
Prior to their regularly scheduled meeting last week, Tri-County Technical Commission members were treated to a guided tour of the new Student Success Center under construction on the Pendleton campus.