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The public has until Tuesday to submit written statements to the S.C. Department of Health and Environment Control regarding Walhalla’s application to withdraw surface water from Lake Keowee.
Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark said he is committed to cleaning up the county’s drug problem, evidenced by the 38 arrests recently made by his department and another 18 still being sought — with most of the charges involving methamphetamines.
The Oconee County School Board may have voted to close Tamassee-Salem Middle and High School at the end of the current academic year, but supporters of the school aren’t giving up their fight to save it.
Those planning to attend future Pickens County School Board meetings should plan to arrive an hour earlier.
By Stephanie Jadrnicek
CLEMSON — Sometimes a flyer’s just not enough.
When Gov. Nikki Haley declared October 2015 as Disability Employment Awareness Month, Matt Fields with S.C. Works didn’t want to spread the word with flyers …
Oconee County Emergency Management will once again sponsor the annual tornado safety poster contest, open to all students in grades one through six in any Oconee County school.
“Redemption of the Commons,” a faith-based film released by Seneca production company Windchime Pictures, has been selected by the Big Cross Los Angeles Christian Film Festival to be featured in the prestigious Regal Cinemas LA Live theater on Sunday.
Homes for Heroes is celebrating its 13th year of bringing big savings to everyday heroes.
A drug sweep conducted throughout Pickens County by the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, Easley Police Department and South Carolina Department of Probation and Parole has resulted in the arrests of 38 people, with another 18 still at large.