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Walhalla officials agreed that this year’s Oktoberfest went smoothly, with very few incidents.
John Fulmer and Fran McGuire are vying for the final available seat on Clemson City Council in Tuesday’s runoff election.
A 9/11 memorial initially planned for the new Walhalla High School on S.C. Highway 11 will now be located at the former high school site on Razorback Lane.
The cooler, rainy weather that has been hovering over Oconee and Pickens counties appears to be over.
A Clemson City Council member expressed his disappointment Thursday in a judge’s ruling that gave no jail time to former Clemson finance director Tom Sparacino, but required him to pay more than $69,000 in restitution for embezzling about $124,000 in city funds.
A little more than a year after his arrest for embezzling more than $120,000 from the city, former Clemson finance director Tom Sparacino will avoid jail time by paying restitution after pleading guilty Wednesday.
Retired U.S. Marines 1st Lt. Clebe McClary lives every day with visible reminders of his service in the Vietnam War — including the loss of his left eye and his left arm below the elbow.