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Tuesday’s announcement of an estimated 125 jobs coming to Oconee County later this year through Horton Holding’s decision to build a facility near Westminster was reason to celebrate for Oconee Economic Alliance interim executive director Janet Hartman and her staff.
Monday marks the beginning of retirement for Tom Hulse, who has served as park superintendent at High Falls County Park for more than 20 years.
Initial plans to have a committee comprised of Central Town Council members reviewing applications for police chief have evolved to the entire council looking at the applications.
Tristan Craig Phelps, of the Forest Hills area, is charged with one count of first-degree criminal sexual misconduct with a minor under the age of 11.
An unexpected detour road repair is forcing Westminster to wait to permanently set its relocated water line, with work taking place on Dixon and Singleton roads at U.S. Highway 123.
Shannon Kennedy has served in a variety of roles in higher education and said the versatility of those roles has prepared her to be one of three finalists for president of Tri-County Technical College.
The 12th annual Clemson Literary Festival is scheduled for Wednesday through Friday at a variety of venues on campus and downtown.