Articles by Zack Mauldin
Willie: I don’t think that Jesus said that if you were a stranger in Israel you should go back where you came from or if you weren’t a true Jew, go away.
With only a few revisions to the document, the Oconee County Planning Commission approved the agriculture element of the county’s comprehensive plan at its meeting Monday.
The Oconee County School Board voted 3-2 Monday night to adopt the 2020-21 calendar option that has middle and high schools starting Aug. 10 and elementary school students going back to class Aug. 17.
Oconee County emergency responders were dispatched for a search and rescue call at Big Bend Trail on Sunday night.
The Pickens County Coroner’s Office said a 15-year-old boy drowned in Lake Keowee while he was on a camping trip with his church.
The stone outpost at Oconee Historic Station Site will come to life with Revolutionary-era militiamen and their weapons today.
By Riley Morningstar
SUNSET — Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark told The Journal a body was pulled from Lake Keowee at Keowee Toxaway State Park at around 7:40 p.m. Friday.
Clark said foul play was not …
A regional gas station chain has agreed to a deal with two Seneca properties to set up its first location in Oconee County.
Reba Smith holds a distinction no other Clemson residents share — she lives on the city’s only family-owned farm.
Are our local lawmakers for or against our Second Amendment rights? I’m beginning to wonder.
Term limits? Let the voters decide? In Clemson, it’s going to be up to the voters — as it should be.
After sustaining significant storm damage to its roof and main art gallery, the Blue Ridge Arts Center is still poised to host its annual Members’ Show beginning Sept. 20.