Article Archive for 23 October 2017
A proposal that Oconee County Council postponed action on earlier this month is on the agenda for discussion tonight during a joint workshop meeting of the council and the county’s planning commission.
Students who enroll in next fall’s inaugural year at Tri-County Technical College’s Oconee campus will have a choice of more than a dozen programs, including manufacturing, business administration, university transfer, adult education and dual-credit courses.
Ten people — including eight students — were taken to the hospital after two buses from Walhalla High School were involved in a collision with another vehicle Saturday in Pickens County, although officials say none of the band students on board were seriously injured.
Willie: I wholeheartedly agree with Sheriff Crenshaw’s view on changing pet adoption fees in the county.