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Students considering joining Clemson University and Tri-County Technical College’s Bridge program will have more time to make that decision.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson told voters in Seneca on Wednesday he knows the exact moment that he realized his calling.
An update to Walhalla’s zoning ordinance continues to take shape, and changes have been made to address the concerns of council members.
Third- through fifth-grade students in Oconee County and elementary, middle and high school students in Pickens County will have an opportunity to showcase their culinary skills next month at separate Future Chefs competitions.
The Walhalla streetscape project is approaching its final phase of tree-planting.