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With the fiscal year 2018-19 budget passed Tuesday night after much confusion in Oconee County Council chambers, Sheriff Mike Crenshaw found himself with funding for an additional three officers on top of nine new school resource officers.
While the first official day of summer Friday was a bit mild compared to the rest of the week, highs in the Upstate are projected to hover around 90 degrees in the coming days, forcing many people to brace for sunburn and rising electric bills.
Walhalla Presbyterian Church invites the community to enjoy a free patriotic concert Tuesday evening.
Clemson City Council has given administrator Rick Cotton the go-ahead to apply for a Federal Transportation Administration Low or No Emission grant (LoNo) for three additional electric buses that requires a local match of $322,532 to the grant package.
Expansion of the city of Clemson’s Cochran Road wastewater teatment plant is moving forward, with the new office building expected to be ready soon.
Walhalla’s Stumphouse Mountain Bike Park will be part of an “epic” mountain biking trail system and could attract riders from around the country, according to an official.