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The public has an opportunity Saturday to see a fun, educational musical with a timely message.
A restored plaque containing the names of 21 Walhalla High School students who gave their lives in service to their country in World War II — located at the old Memorial Field for more than 60 years — was officially unveiled at its new home at the high school Wednesday morning.
Though the original number on the grant application in 2016 was $1.27 million, Oconee County Council received word Tuesday night its grant for paving near the county’s Tri-County Technical College campus was increased to more than $2.54 million.
Pickens County Council passed a resolution Monday night honoring the Clemson football team for winning the 2018 college football national championship.
Pickens County Council approved funding for a special school board election next month, but several members expressed anger and frustration over the situation that led to the election being needed.
A sketch plan for a proposed major subdivision initially approved last summer is scheduled to go before the Clemson Planning Commission for approval at its next meeting on Monday.