Article Archive for 28 April 2018
While schools continue to debate the best way to respond to recent school shootings, area churches have been considering the issue of church safety and the use of weapons quietly.
Former Clemson and NFL football star Bennie Cunningham, a native of Seneca and former West-Oak High School guidance counselor, will be laid to rest this weekend after his death Monday following a battle with cancer.
Nicolas James Underwood, of Owens Road, was arrested Thursday night and charged with one count of inflicting great bodily injury upon a child. He was being held Friday at the Oconee County Detention Center on a $75,000 surety bond.
The 13th Circuit Public Defender’s Office has asked for Pickens County’s help in adding staff.
Pickens County agencies are among 24 school districts and community organizations statewide that will receive a portion of $700,000 in state funding through the Summer Reading Camp Community Partnership announced this week by State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman.
The March of Dimes was just another charity in the mix of national nonprofits with local fundraisers for Mary Jankowy for most of her life.
A reorganization of the Clemson Alumni Association seeks to give more structure and oversight to the many alumni volunteer organizations around the country.
Willie: March 28, page 3A read guns are not the problem. It was a very good write-up, but he forgot one thing.