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Members of the Oconee, Pickens and Anderson county councils toured the renovated Ruby Hicks Hall on the Pendleton campus of Tri-County Technical College last week and heard from college officials about future facility plans.
The executive staff of the Clemson Police Department has been asked to help the Central Police Department while it is without a police chief, with duties including an assessment of the organizational structure and day-to-day operational practices.
A Westminster couples faces nearly 40 counts of incest and criminal sexual misconduct with a minor after a relative reported to authorities he had been molested “from an early age.”
By Caitlin Herrington
WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office debuted a brand-new piece of technology Tuesday that the sheriff feels will save countless civilian and officer lives in high-speed chases.
Pursuit Alert creator Tim Morgan …
His father and uncle served on previous town councils in Salem, and now Jimmy Barker will be doing the same after winning Tuesday’s special election for a vacant council seat.