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The Healthy Oconee Coalition is hosting a series of local events in cooperation with the state office of rural health to address the root causes of poor health at the local level.
U.S. Attorney Sherri A. Lydon announced Wednesday that Tabitha A. Hammond, 37, of Ohenrys Lane, pleaded guilty to possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Pickens County’s emergency operations center is moving from its current location on S.C. Highway 183 to the county administration building.
Students in Oconee and Pickens counties had a little fun mixed with a little learning celebrating “Pi Day,” with games, projects and actual pies.
Timothy Dale Glauner, 52, and Terry Lynn Quinn, 50, each face one count of attempted murder.
Westminster city administrator Chris Carter said Thursday he plans to file an insurance claim against the South Carolina Department of Transportation on behalf of the city over a collapsed water line caused by a road collapse in February.
On the evening of March 13, 1929, a tornado swept through the tiny town of Six Mile, killing nine people — all of them relatives — and leaving tragic second-hand memories that remain even today, 90 years later.