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Rowing teams visiting Clemson this year brought an economic impact of nearly $2.3 million with them to the city.
During a public hearing on the town’s proposed FY 2018-19 budget last week, Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe gave an update on how four volunteers who will man the fire department during the daytime hours will be paid and added that cost-of-living increases for employees still remain.
The third reading of the budget for Oconee County’s 2018-19 fiscal year saw some last-minute changes by county council chairwoman Edda Cammick that included funding for the county’s animal shelter, fire department and roads and bridges department.
Millard Jerome Strickland Jr., 40, of 308 S. Pine St. in Seneca, was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center on Tuesday night after being charged with a variety of drugs and weapons charges.
Oconee County School Board members approved some changes in the district’s policy on bullying and harassment on first reading this week.
Clemson residents Dot Yandle and Jim London say the downtown area needs a visitors center where photos and information on Clemson’s history can be preserved for present and future generations to enjoy.