Article Archive for September 2017
Bomb blasts exploded daily near Seneca as Army brown B-25 bombers screamed up from their bomb runs during World War II, coupled with young U.S. Army pilots sacrificing their lives.
CENTRAL — The Daniel Lions returned to Singleton Field on Friday night fresh off a bye week and looking to put an end to a four-game skid in their region opener against Wren, but a number of costly penalties and turnovers stalled the Lions’ effort in a 35-14 loss.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) signaled neither he nor President Donald Trump has given up on repealing and replacing Obamacare just days after Republican leadership pulled legislation aimed at fulfilling the seven-year-old GOP campaign promise.
U.S. attorney Beth Drake announced Friday that 31-year-old Justin David Crenshaw of Salem was sentenced to the statutory maximum of 10 years in federal prison earlier this week on charges stemming from his possession and discharge of a gun last fall at a home in Oconee County.
Pickens County is moving forward on a project to build new cabins on Lake Keowee in Six Mile in an effort to create recreation opportunities for residents and bring more tourism to the county.