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Pickens County was recently recognized for its anti-litter efforts.
Though the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office closed the case earlier this week on marijuana found in the county office complex in December, officials are still working toward a resolution in the matter.
Adding a new fire engine and more firefighters per shift are among Walhalla Fire Chief Brandon Burton’s goals for his department.
Responding to calls from residents to be more transparent, the city of Clemson has placed recent written correspondence with Clemson University and Duke Energy on a controversial power substation site online at cityofclemson.org for public viewing.
Nine-year-old Makayla Clardy collects stuffed animals, and especially loves her panda bear holding an ice cream cone.
At least two of the three new Clemson City Council members suggested during their first retreat as elected officials Friday morning that the city consider moving away from its current election method for council and instead go with the three highest vote-getters.
Clemson City Council’s three newly elected members had their first opportunity last week to sit in on a workshop by Vision Development on a controversial Keowee Trail mixed-use project.
Continued workforce development and retention is a priority for the Oconee Economic Alliance in 2019.