Article Archive for April 2018
One of the most positive trends in the fishing industry over the last decade has been the move away from killing trophy-sized specimens simply for the purpose of documenting the catch to releasing them so they can continue to grow and provide others with the thrill of hooking a huge fish on the line.
Overcoming a late deficit, the Seneca High School baseball team scored twice in the seventh inning, with Walker Lathrop scoring what proved to be the game-winning run on a squeeze from Riley Fletcher, for a 2-1 victory at Powdersville on Friday night.
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said Thursday he is at least temporarily scrapping a plan to train and arm up to 50 School District of Oconee County employees in favor of an effort to get resource officers in every school as quickly as possible.
Seneca City Council is expected to take up ordinances creating economic incentives and building improvement programs for downtown as early as next month.
There must be something in the water in Columbia that makes some South Carolina football players and coaches say some of the things they do.