While supporting solutions that would allow Clemson and South Carolina to play each other in football this fall, local legislators stopped short of supporting an idea by state Rep. Mike Burns of Taylors to “put pressure on the Southeastern Conference (SEC)” to allow the game to take place in 2020.
It isn’t even a year old yet, but the Oconee Neighborhood Pharmacy on North Radio Station Road in Seneca has already been forced to adapt to overcome challenges in the world of prescription medicine and appears to have come out stronger on the other side.
Seneca Police Chief John Covington said in an email to The Journal on Friday that Kendal Ann Ellis, 34, of Towe Street in Seneca, was arrested at 9:30 a.m. in Cherokee, N.C., by the Cherokee Tribal Police after she was found “hiding out” in a motel on the Cherokee reservation.
West Union is moving forward with an outdoor community movie night next week at its town park.
The School District of Oconee County is conducting a survey through Monday for interested families who may qualify for free internet service being offered by the South Carolina Department of Education.
Duke Energy customers in South Carolina could see an average of a 5.6 percent savings on their bills this fall if a proposed fuel cost decrease is approved.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported two new COVID-19 deaths in Pickens County on Friday.
With the filing deadline approaching Monday at noon, four candidates have filed for three Clemson City Council seats up for grabs in November, and three have filed for the mayor race.