Article Archive for August 2017
Odds are high that regardless of what industry in which you’re employed, and away from work as well, technology has become an increasing part of your daily life.
A Walhalla man is facing numerous charges after police allege he broke into a home in Seneca and assaulted two people with a piece of wood last month.
Central Fire Chief Ed Reynolds said the new box alarm system for all fire departments in Pickens County, which went into effect June 1, has been a tremendous help.
It’s not surprising that we seem to be refighting the Civil War, since it never properly ended in the first place.
Students and staff at West-Oak Middle School were forced to temporarily evacuate the building Thursday morning after a battery backup unit overheated.
No. 7 Seneca’s 55-6 thrashing of Berea last Friday checked off all the right boxes for a season opener, and Bobcats boss Hal Capps had few complaints about the way his charges ushered in the 2017 campaign.