Articles by Zack Mauldin
Editor: As someone who has taken part in military funerals, I take the killing of military service men and women very personally.
Editor: Marc Thiessen’s column, “Trump enforces his red line on Iran,” that appeared in your Jan. 7 edition, and a related editorial in the same day’s Wall Street Journal, remind your readers and the media of the real facts on Iran and the opportunities that should be acted on.
Former Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon, in his letter of retirement released Wednesday, expressed disappointment in interference from individual council members in his ability to do his job.
The candy in her desk serves as thank you treats, a reward for a job well done and, on the busiest days, lunch for Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock.
Editor: The Democrats have a large field of candidates running for president.
Editor: It seems your paper has two contributors that are willing to share their thoughts with Oconeeans and thinking persons: Dr. Bill Campbell of Westminster and Robert Kennedy of Seneca
Amanda Brock ends her first year as Oconee County’s administrator with a long list of accomplishments that have instilled a high level of professionalism and performance into the county’s government.
The Oconee County Planning Commission made a big move in its first meeting of 2020 — adjusting its meeting time to 5 p.m. for future meetings.