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.
As throngs of Clemson fans make their way to Bowman Field on Saturday morning to see homecoming floats, their eyes will certainly be caught by the massive, and largely football-themed, structures students have spent the entire week crafting.
As practice was coming to a close Tuesday night, members of the Clemson football staff went above and beyond their normal duties after a car slid down a steep embankment near the Tigers’ practice field following an accident on Perimeter Road.
Sheriff Mike Crenshaw says fixed rates for pet adoption are limiting Oconee’s ability to compete with animal shelters in surrounding counties and a change to variable pricing would reduce its euthanasia rate.