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Walhalla water customers will have an additional 10 days to pay their bill this month without penalty after action this week by city council.
The school districts of Oconee and Pickens counties exceeded the state average in their on-time graduation rate as part of the 2018 report cards released early this month by the South Carolina Department of Education.
With less than two weeks to go before the deadline, more than 500 children in the Christmas for Kids program still need help in order to have toys on Christmas morning.
Pickens County Councilman Trey Whitehurst disputes the time S.C. Department of Transportation officials said it will take to repair a road that has been closed since mid-November due to a pipe collapse.
Walhalla Interim Police Chief Paul Harris will be the last of six applicants interviewed for the city’s vacant police chief position.
Clemson City Council has moved forward on the Cochran Road wastewater treatment plant project, approving separate contracts for construction and engineering services for what is expected to cost $18 million when all is said and done.