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Though three of the five members of Oconee County Council promoted the idea of using a search firm to find a new county administrator after the first round of interviews last fall failed to produce a hire, council has voted to post the job opening online first.
Clemson University officials are working to use successes on the field to recruit new students to the university.
A former School District of Oconee County bus driver has named the school district and its compensation insurance company, StarNet, in a lawsuit in which she claims the defendants worked together to end her employment due to multiple workers’ compensation claims.
The Clemson football team’s recent national championship and other academic achievements continue to raise the university’s profile, according to Clemson president Jim Clements.
The Rev. Jim Stokes was larger than life, with a booming voice that commanded respect, humble attitude and sincere compassion for his congregation and community that made him a beloved figure to those with whom he came into contact.
Oconee County Council wants a seat on the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority Board of Commissioners as a contingency for approval of an agreement in which the county would turn over control of about $9 million worth of Sewer South lines and equipment to the sewer authority.