Article Archive for 5 July 2017
Central Concrete and Plaster, which now sits vacant on East Main Street, is undergoing a dramatic change as a result of cleanup efforts by town officials.
State election officials are determining how to respond to a request for voter information by President Donald Trump’s commission investigating alleged voter fraud, according to South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire.
Ricky Antonio Nickles, 28, of 912 E. Main St., was taken into custody by the Seneca Police Department before being booked into the Oconee County Detention Center at 5:33 p.m.
Tyler Geer, a wildlife and fisheries biology student who has lived in Clemson all of his life, was part of a team that worked with the Anderson Regional Joint Water System to develop and implement a plan to control the source of taste and odor in the lake.
Willie, Once again, I am saddened and upset over the superintendent’s reaction to the alleged bullying at Seneca Middle School.