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At the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Dacusville, Eden Farms spans 175 acres across pastures, woods and trails and boasts a 40-stall horse barn, three arenas and an office floor replete with hay, dirt and the paw prints of barn cats Shadrach and Stella.
When Amie and Blake Hedden went in for their 20-week ultrasound, their 4-year-old daughter Aubrie felt a little disappointed because she wasn’t getting a little sister
Oconee County’s administrator says his words were purposely used out of context by Pioneer Rural Water District’s top official to dupe customers into believing he supports the district’s $19 million water treatment plant project.
Despite changes to enabling legislation for Pioneer Rural Water District, the state attorney general’s office stands by its original opinion issued in 2012 the charter does not give Pioneer explicit authority to build a new water treatment plant.
White Stone Freedom Fellowship formed in June 2009 and opened its doors behind a local strip club.
New research at Clemson University could improve technology that many experts see as crucial in helping automakers meet increasingly rigorous fuel economy and exhaust-emission requirements around the world.
School District of Oconee County officials recently gave updates on construction and renovation projects taking place at Walhalla Elementary School and West-Oak High School.
Clemson Mayor J.C. Cook said he first learned from a local resident of the Clemson Board of Trustees committee recommendation Thursday to approve an alternate location for a Duke Energy heat and power plant — a move approved by the full board Friday.
Later this month, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office will auction off drug-seized vehicles and equipment to the highest bidder at the Oconee County vehicle maintenance facility in Seneca.