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The Rev. Jim Stokes was larger than life, with a booming voice that commanded respect, humble attitude and sincere compassion for his congregation and community that made him a beloved figure to those with whom he came into contact.
Oconee County Council wants a seat on the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority Board of Commissioners as a contingency for approval of an agreement in which the county would turn over control of about $9 million worth of Sewer South lines and equipment to the sewer authority.
PICKENS — A Pickens County Detention Center officer has been fired and now faces criminal charges after he allegedly provided drugs, cellphones and tobacco to inmates while working at the jail.