Articles by Zack Mauldin
Oconee County has submitted a grant application to the South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority for half a million dollars so Salem can extend a water line.
The School District of Oconee County, in an increasing effort to bring a greater awareness to mental health issues impacting students — which in some cases have led to suicides —will hold a series of meetings next week with parents and community members.
A student posting the lyrics of a potentially threatening song on social media led to a police investigation and a 90-minute “administrative lockdown” at Oconee Christian Academy in Seneca on Friday.
I think Ed Tucker of Salem was right in his recent letter to the editor about why the Democrats chose their mascot.
Editor: As the father of an SDOC student, I disagree with your editorial accusing the school board of being tone deaf to the county’s parents.
All honey does not taste the same.
By now, I suppose many of y’all are used to the reality that is living in a Southern football town in the fall. Typically I am, too.
Willie: Heads up to some thoughts being given to building a traffic circle (roundabout) at the Clemson-area intersection of Cherry and Old Stone Church roads. I
A local couple with a restaurant in Walhalla has reportedly bought the former Dairy Queen building and Waffle House is scouting the area, bringing two potential new eateries to West Union.
A smaller group comprised of representatives of The Arts Center, Clemson Area African-American Museum and three Clemson City Council members saw all parties encouraged at the talks that took place and a more positive feeling about addressing the nonprofits’ space needs moving forward.
After a Sunday morning visit to Mount Nebo Baptist Church last week, Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock said she learned a real fear of demolition or relocation perpetuated the congregation, and council supported her efforts Tuesday night to put those worries to rest.
Members of the Walhalla Planning Commission approved a rezoning request Thursday night that would allow a developer to build 12 homes on 2.5 acres.