We hope you’ve been following along with our series of local business stories tied into our Neighbors Helping Neighbors program.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men …
It would be easy to criticize Gov. Henry McMaster for asking counties, cities and towns to enact mask requirements as a patchwork, pass-the-buck decision.
In recent weeks, you’ve probably heard rumblings that Matt Durham — co-owner of Sure Shot Firearms in Seneca — and his father, Scott, may be starting a gun club of sorts on property they just purchased in the Salem area.
If nobody was studying how Seneca’s government dealt with a tornado damage recovery project and the pandemic at the same time, we would have recommended that such a study be done.
In Oconee County, four of the five grocery store chains are now requiring their customers to wear masks. Other retailers are doing the same.
Oconee County parents are being asked to make a decision about their children’s education in July that won’t take effect until August — and can’t be changed until at least October.
Walhalla City Council is developing a better system to hold its meetings online, a step toward greater transparency first recommended by Councilman Josh Roberts at the city’s committee meeting July 7.