Articles by Zack Mauldin
A minor revision to the School District of Oconee County’s 100 percent smoke-free policy was unanimously approved after a school board member recently expressed concerns over one section of the policy.
Pickens County administrator Gerald Wilson has announced plans to retire Aug. 23.
Oconee County School Board Trustee Joe Rukat recently expressed concern about the lack of emphasis on cursive writing in schools nationwide today.
A vote earlier this month rejecting a plan to refund money to the three member cities of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority may be headed back to the board next month.
Barring bad weather or a misstep in work, a South Carolina Department of Transportation official said he’s hoping a collapsed stretch of U.S. Highway 123 will reopen today.
Clemson University officials are remembering a 22-year-old student who was killed by a vehicle as he was walking in Jacksonville, Fla,. last week.
Marshall Lee Rogers, 26, is charged with attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
Oconee County Fire Chief Charlie King told The Journal that arson hasn’t been ruled out in the fire due to statements made by family members after a party at the home.
Willie: I just want to commend the Newry Church of God.
The Compassionate Friends of Seneca group met June 25 for its regular monthly meeting with an agenda that is always well planned, well presented and very well received.
On a typical Saturday at the Foothills Heritage Market, local farmers are selling fruit, vegetables, eggs and other food items alongside crafters with homemade items and a man who brings in shrimp from the coast.
A man has been charged with attempted murder and the possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime after police say he shot someone in the back of the head.