The Journal staff WASHINGTON — Congressman Jeff Duncan, who has already filed for a sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives for South Carolina’s Third Congressional District, is spending his time dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic rather than focusing on his re-election plans. “Jeff is not campaigning at the moment due to the crisis,” […]
By Greg Oliver The Journal SENECA — Mark Welch taught American government for 22 years and is disappointed with what he sees happening today. “What we’re seeing now is not the government I taught,” Welch said. “Unless we find a way to talk to each other, regardless of party, our democracy doesn’t stand much of […]
The Journal staff WALHALLA — An additional candidate for the U.S. Senate filed Monday, the last day to claim a spot on the ballots for Oconee County’s November election. Libertarian David Weikle joins seven other Senate candidates vying for the seat currently occupied by Lindsey Graham. The candidates running for U.S. Senate are: • Constitution […]
South Carolina has reported its first death from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control.
South Carolina is drought free after months of being in various stages of a drought, according to the S.C. Drought Response Committee.
Beginning in October, South Carolinians traveling by plane on a domestic flight or entering a military base or federal building requiring identification will no longer be allowed to use a traditional driver’s license or state identification card.