Editor: On July 14, you published a letter titled “Wake up, Democrats.” The letter quoted Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as saying “If Trump is elected, I will move to Venezuela.” That did not sound right to me, so after 8-10 minutes of intensive research, I found the actual quote. In July 2016, […]
On Tuesday, officials with the School District of Oconee County addressed several issues regarding the upcoming school year, now tentatively scheduled to begin Aug. 24, including when parents may switch learning options for their children.
More than 60 local businesses in Oconee County received federal loans of at least $150,000, according to recently released information.
City water customers who have fallen behind on their bills as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic can get a little extra help, thanks to action taken Tuesday night by Walhalla City Council.
Berniece Holt was a petite lady, but she stood tall when it came to fighting for racial equality during the 1960s.
Gas prices in the Carolinas remain volatile amid widespread COVID-19 outbreaks.
Walhalla City Council is developing a better system to hold its meetings online, a step toward greater transparency first recommended by Councilman Josh Roberts at the city’s committee meeting July 7.
Editor: As a first-time candidate for an elected office, I was extremely concerned when the board members and staff of the Board of Voter Registration and Elections of Pickens County resigned collectively on April 1.