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Three people have been referred to health care providers after being exposed to a cow that tested positive for rabies near Westminster, according to a statement released Wednesday by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Just a week after reducing the proposed $250,000 budget for the county’s Oct. 6 sesquicentennial event down to $62,000, Pickens County Council reduced the budget further — at tourism director Jay Pitts’ request.
While most middle and high school students were enjoying a late summer afternoon break from school and the heat on Tuesday, Seneca High freshman Daizha Mayes was spreading mulch to beautify an area on Railroad Street near Norton Thompson Park in downtown Seneca.
During its Aug. 20 meeting, council heard project funding recommendations from the county’s accommodations tax committee.
The city of Clemson has agreed to work to increase Clemson Area Transit ridership as part of its latest contract with Clemson University unanimously approved recently by city council.