Article Archive for 5 May 2018
There were more nights than Randy Robinson can remember when he’d eventually break down and have to tell DeShawn Williams to hop in his truck to catch a ride home after finally getting him out of the weight room at Daniel High School.
Westminster City Council reviewed its 2018-19 fiscal year budget this week and worked to close the gap between its anticipated income and expenses, agreeing to separate the recreation budget and postpone the expense for a $117,000 S.C. Department of Transportation project.
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, Oconee County Emergency Services director Scott Krein and 10th Circuit Solicitor David Wagner were among county and state officials on hand Friday to inform local seniors about services available to help them in their everyday lives.
With the close of the 2018 wild turkey hunting season this weekend, hunters, wildlife biologists and land managers are all asking the same questions — How did the season go? Were the harvest numbers up or down? And ultimately, what is the strength of the turkey population for future seasons?
CLEMSON — Nine former athletes from 11 different sports, along with one coach, were named as part of the Clemson Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018, the school announced Friday.
West Union resident Sonya Shook’s attempts to bring her mother, Shawna Owens, to Five Below paid off Friday morning when they stood in line almost two hours for the grand opening of the Seneca store.
Dozens of track and field athletes from across the area will look to earn the right to compete for state championships next week when they take part in the Upper State championships this morning.
Though not much will look different from the outside looking in, change is coming quickly to Sandifer Funeral Home.
Central Fire Chief Ed Reynolds recently said the new box alarm system for all fire departments in the county has worked well since its implementation nearly a year ago.