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Today is Confederate Memorial Day in South Carolina, a day to remember those from the state who died during the Civil War more than 150 years ago.
Whiles plans for a concrete median along a quarter-mile stretch of Tiger Boulevard have been scrapped, a smaller one may be erected on the busy highway in the next several months.
Brianna Marie Fansler, 25, of Newry Road, was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle valued at $10,000 or more.
Hundreds of boats filled with high school students from across the state are scheduled to fill Lake Keowee for a fishing tournament Friday and Saturday.
Police say a school bus full of children may have been shot by a BB gun on Wednesday afternoon.
On National Signing Day Feb. 6, thousands of high school student-athletes sent out letters of intent to schools across the country to take their game to the college level.
Residents will have a chance to share concerns with Walhalla Police Chief Sean Brinson and other officers next week.