Article Archive for 14 March 2018
A state student council convention will kick off Friday at Easley High School, but organizers say they need help from local municipalities and organizations to make the experience a positive one.
Seneca High School JROTC instructor Craig Wells has long enjoyed a love of tennis.
As I sat inside a courtroom in Warner Robbins, Ga., on the morning of March 8 at the adoption hearing for my 15-month-old grandson, I remembered a line from the movie “The Blind Side” when the Tuohy family asked Michael Oher, who had lived with them a few months, “Would you like to be a member of our family?”
School officials from Oconee and Pickens counties said Tuesday they have heard little response from students about today’s scheduled nationwide School Walkout Day in response to the Florida school shootings a month ago.
The leadership of the Walhalla High School athletic department is shifting, and as part of the ripple effect, West-Oak is now searching for a new boys’ basketball coach.