Article Archive for 8 February 2018
Though they just hit their two-year anniversary in January, the boys of the Grateful Brothers have been friends for decades.
The Blue Ridge Arts Center multi-tasks with its bi-monthly display, and the studio exhibit is currently home to a colorful display by two local artists in honor of Black History Month.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson told voters in Seneca on Wednesday he knows the exact moment that he realized his calling.
One of the mottos the West-Oak High School wrestling team lives by is to win with class, and wrestle with cruelty.
An update to Walhalla’s zoning ordinance continues to take shape, and changes have been made to address the concerns of council members.
Third- through fifth-grade students in Oconee County and elementary, middle and high school students in Pickens County will have an opportunity to showcase their culinary skills next month at separate Future Chefs competitions.
It may not have been as busy a national signing day as the Clemson staff is used to, but the Tigers still had a strong day on the recruiting front.