Article Archive for 7 March 2018
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said he would support county council joining other Upstate counties in filing legal action against pharmaceutical companies that many officials say are to blame for the opioid epidemic.
Willie: Every time I used to leave my house, I would see a police officer patrolling Salem. I haven’t seen one police officer in three months.
Walhalla City Council will be helping spread the word about the seventh annual Rally in the Valley.
Littlejohn Community Center first opened its doors in 1996, founded by Laverne White, W.C. Hallums, Elaine Hallums and Adraine Jackson-Garner. The goal was to help low-to-moderate-income families through programs designed to improve their lives.
CLEMSON — Following practice Tuesday afternoon, the Clemson basketball team loaded up and headed north to Brooklyn, N.Y., for the ACC Tournament.
WALHALLA — The Walhalla High School boys’ golf team started its spring season on a high note Tuesday with a win over visiting Stephens County (Ga.), 165-178.