Articles in Lifestyles
The United Way of Oconee County recently completed its third year of a program designed to help children enhance their reading skills while feeding them and providing fun activities at the same time in a summer camp atmosphere.
Another school year means millions of children across the country are boarding buses at the beginning and end of each day, and it provides an appropriate opportunity for parents, teachers, school administrators and students themselves to practice and enforce safety guidelines in and around the school bus.
Those searching for a night of stories followed up by folk songs are in for a treat at the Westminster Music Centre Saturday night.
Doctors Stephen Yost and Patrick Johannes may be new faces at Rosa Clark Medical Clinic, but both have a wealth of experience in the profession.
A local pharmacist is going a little further than filling prescriptions for patients. He also has a specialty — hormone imbalances.
A recent Walhalla High School graduate is set to begin classes at a premiere culinary arts school in September, but she had one side job she had to complete before moving.