Article Archive for 28 June 2017
The free seminar will be held July 15 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the second-floor training room at the county law enforcement center in Walhalla.
A little more than three weeks after delaying a decision on the matter, the Oconee Medical Holdings Board of Directors voted unanimously Wednesday to transfer 14.65 acres land on the Oconee Memorial Hospital campus to the Foothills YMCA to build a recreation and aquatics center.
Miguel Berg was recently named a 2017 Latino Media Market Fellow by the National Association of Latino Independent Producers and together with screenwriter and fellow Chapman University Alum Leon Langford will pitch their sci-fi adventure thriller feature film, “Aurora,” to industry executives at the NALIP Media Summit next month in Hollywood.
Clemson resident Angel Perkins, an opponent of the Senate health care bill, marched in downtown Pendleton on Tuesday for her daughter.