Article Archive for 2 September 2017
TRAVELERS REST — Winning on the road by thirty points and not allowing your opponent to muster a single point is satisfying for the average high school football coach. Walhalla’s Padgett Johnson is by no means average. After a drubbing of Travelers Rest on Friday night, Johnson still sees room for improvement for his Razorbacks.
GREENVILLE — It’s been a rough start to the season for the West-Oak High School football team, which for the third time in as many tries this season suffered a blowout loss Friday night with a 50-0 defeat at Christ Church.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday it has made three more arrests in the latest installment of its Operation Infinity drug roundup, which began Thursday.
An Anderson County resident has died from West Nile Virus, the first such occurrence in South Carolina this year.
As we celebrate a holiday that honors the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our great country, we hope you’ll join us for an event that allows us to put work aside for an evening to enjoy some good food and fun.
In a news release, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office recently warned the drug fentanyl has recently been discovered in some parts of the country disguised as Pez candy.