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Oconee County Council approved a final version of the Sewer South agreement with the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority on Tuesday night, ending a year and a half of negotiations and clearing a hurdle for state and federal grant applications that could bring sewer service to Interstate 85.
Clemson City Councilman Robert Halfacre is facilitating a series of town hall-style meetings in May and June to hear from residents on issues facing the council.
A Pickens County native, William C. Brothers has long known about Tri-County Technical College and what he calls its reputation “as an excellent institution of higher learning.”
Music on Main is returning to Westminster after a seven-month hiatus. The event will help kick cold weather to the curb with a classic car cruise-in and some down-to-earth soulful blues tunes on Friday.
Growth is continuing at The Journal, with 340 new subscribers in the first three months of 2019.