Article Archive for July 2017
According to warrants, 30-year-old Brittney Nicole Varner, 46-year-old Bob Everett Welborn and 62-year-old Steven Gil Wilson, all of 115 Peachtree Lane, were taken into custody by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office after officers arrived at the home to look for a person of interest in another investigation.
Jerry Mager Turner, 31, and Lee Roy Witt, 42, both of 102 Short St., were arrested by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office at their home, which is in the Port Bass area of southern Oconee County.
Clemson Area African-American Museum program director Pat Kemp is the first to admit neither she nor many of the volunteers who work with the museum are attuned to the ways of social media.
Hazel Crenshaw was sitting at home in 2002, nearly a year after the death of her husband of 51 years, Jerry, when she received a call.
The details aren’t yet set in stone, but the wheels have been set in motion for the local premiere of “Elbow Grease,” which was filmed in the area four years ago.
Even as Oconee County Council rubber stamped its approval for the construction of a Tri-County Technical College campus in the county Tuesday, one member pointedly criticized the school for failing to adapt in providing the specialized training needed in the local workforce.
Following one of the biggest wins in the school’s football history, Clemson suffered a pair of big losses to its coaching staff.