Article Archive for 2 May 2018
Several local events are scheduled on Thursday for the annual commemoration of the National Day of Prayer.
Devan Chase Bennett, of Evans Street, was still being held at the Oconee County Detention Center on a combined $32,772.50 surety bond Tuesday on charges of trafficking meth, petit larceny, driving with a suspended license and possession of a stolen vehicle.
A program administered through the South Carolina Lieutenant Governor’s Office on Aging to help make seniors aware and prepared for different issues they may face is coming to Seneca on Friday.
Six Mile officials, community members, historical experts and Cherokee tribal leaders gathered at Town Hall on Tuesday morning to celebrate the town’s Native American heritage by witnessing the formal unveiling of markers commemorating the Cherokee Trading Path.
Oconee County administrator Scott Moulder submitted his resignation to county council Tuesday after serving the county for eight years.