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Sen. Thomas Alexander said he’s not sure that allowing medical marijuana would be “in the best interests of the state.”
The Pickens County School Board voted 6-0 Monday night to approve $8.4 million for 2019-20 as part of a capital improvement plan involving technology, student activity and facilities that officials say totals $47.2 million in projects over the next five years.
Now that the election is over, Pickens County School Board trustees Phillip Bowers and Brian Swords say they are eager to continue efforts to improve education throughout the district during their next four years in office.
The first weekend of the Christmas shopping season is underway, and while shopping will continue until the last store closes on Christmas Eve, local cities are getting started with Christmas events.
After being told that Thursday morning’s Thanksgiving meal was proving a hit with its recipients, Margaret Thompson said “Maybe I can cook after all.”