Article Archive for 5 October 2017
The plaintiffs in a legal battle with Pioneer Rural Water District over construction of a water treatment plant concluded their post-trial brief by claiming Pioneer broke state law when it entered into a $17 million contract with a construction company.
Pickens County School Board chairman Phillip Bowers said he doesn’t expect a decision anytime soon on whether the district will eventually go to a modified year-round calendar.
Robert Keith Morgan, 32, of 426 Friendship Road in Seneca, is charged with three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor, and eight counts each of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
The annual Founders’ Day celebration at Tamassee DAR School will be held next week, and preparations to welcome guests from all around the country are taking place.