Article Archive for 6 October 2017
The tourney will return to Nettles in 2018. But this time, the teams that will participate in the July 7-11 event are ages 8 and under.
City of Walhalla Public Works director Russell Price detailed to city council Tuesday the amount of garbage, brush, waste, debris and other refuse the street department picked up in a single year.
Chorus teacher John Fallon has spent all 40 of his years in education at Walhalla High School.
The School District of Oconee County announced Tuesday that its SAT scores are above the state and national mean, while the percentage of passing AP scores are slightly up from a year ago, and the School District of Pickens County said participation in AP testing has increased from last year.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook told city council Monday night he has written a letter to Clemson University president Jim Clements regarding the controversial power plant planned for construction on Kite Hill.
The School District of Oconee County and the South Carolina Department of Mental Health are coordinating efforts to meet the needs of schools previously served by three in-district mental health counselors who are no longer there.
The Walhalla Police Department is investigating a string of recent car break-ins, according to Chief Ronald Wilbanks.
Willie: Enjoy your column so much. Thank you for letting us give our opinions and all that good stuff.