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A bill that would prohibit colleges and universities in the state from scheduling home football games on Fridays to avoid overshadowing high school games was introduced in the state Senate this week.
Johnson Link has given nearly 34 years of his life to protecting Clemson in the field of law enforcement, including 17 years formerly spent as the city’s chief of police.
Oconee County is bringing online its first volunteer fire station in 40 years, which Fire Chief Charlie King recently called the “biggest accomplishment in our fire service” in that time span.
Pickens County has seen a number of newly elected officials take office in recent months, whether on county council, the school board or the Pickens County Legislative Delegation.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man and a woman suspected of shoplifting at Lowe’s in Seneca last month.