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The site of a former cotton warehouse in Walhalla could soon house new businesses the owner hopes will attract Palmetto Trail users.
Seneca officials are seeking input from residents over the next three weeks about things they would like to see included as officials put together a master plan to meet future recreation needs.
Sheriff’s office spokesman Jimmy Watt said around 10:45 p.m. that 26-year-old Joseph Edward Kinsel had been found along U.S. Highway 123 near Seneca and taken into custody.
While a few games have already been played across the country, the college football season will get into full swing this weekend.
Former State Rep. B.R. Skelton has been honored for his life to public service with a concurrent resolution of both houses of the S.C. General Assembly naming “Dr. B.R. Skelton Interchange,” with a total of four signs now featured at the intersection of U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 93.
Clemson Police Chief Jimmy Dixon said Thursday that College Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Keith Street and S.C. Highway 93 on Friday nights prior to Clemson home football games, starting tonight.