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According to retired Clemson University economist Bruce Yandle, the U.S. is currently enjoying a “Goldilocks economy.”
More than 30 Seneca firefighters, city officials and community residents officially welcomed the city’s newest fire engine to the department on Thursday afternoon with a tradition Chief Richie Caudill says goes back to a time when steam engines were pulled to fires by horses.
Projects improving water, sewer and electrical infrastructure in three Oconee County cities could benefit from a proposal that the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority return approximately $8 million of its more than $13.1 million in reserve funds to those cities.
A service animal is back with her family after going missing for six hours following a car wreck on Tuesday night.
Wednesday marked the 100th day of school for students in Oconee County, and several schools held celebrations ranging from fun activities to lessons incorporating the number 100.
With city council’s decision to not sign a contract extension past 2035 with the city’s current power provider, Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey said future councils have more options.
Repairing roads, creating more commerce parks and supporting nonprofits that save taxpayers money are among Pickens County Council’s wish list for the future.