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The Fast n Furriest Festival, held on June 8 at Foxwood Hills, raised more than $1,700 for the humane society.
For the first time in more than 20 years, ClemsonFest will take place in a different location when the 25th annual event is held Tuesday.
With Walhalla’s Independence Eve set for Tuesday and Seneca’s annual 4th of July celebration, the 59th annual Hillbilly Day in Mountain Rest and Salem’s annual July 4 celebration on Wednesday, the Sons of the American Legion thought the Golden Corner could use one more day of celebrating America’s birthday.
Clemson City Council’s financial commitment for the Miss Clemson and Miss Teen Clemson programs is paying off.
Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative spokesman Terry Ballenger quoted late Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra when talking about a fourth consecutive afternoon of thunderstorms that hit Pickens and Oconee counties Tuesday.
Sears Hometown Store owner Jason Graham says the upcoming closure of his store will be a loss for the Seneca community.
Oconee County School Board District 1 incumbent Jerry Lee said Tuesday he plans to seek re-election to a fourth term in November, while incumbent board chairman Andy Inabinet said he is also leaning toward filing for another term for his District 3 seat.