Yet another new beginning has been made in Oconee County’s quest to develop a countywide fire protection plan.
As if this election year hasn’t held enough surprises already, just consider the significance behind this week’s reporting of primary campaign financing.
It would be easy to suggest that when U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis went off last week about the poisonous “demagoguery” that threatens the Republican Party’s long term creditability it was just sour grapes.
The Obama administration has spent 18 months laying the blame for almost everything that ails our country at the feet of the Bush administration. People are tired of hearing it.
The Oconee County Council has done the right thing by leaving the door slightly ajar on the issue of providing financial assistance to the cash-strapped Blue Ridge Arts Council (BRAC).
Sooner or later someone was going to file a lawsuit stemming from the abhorrent conditions at the Oconee Detention Facility.
With the Atlanta metropolitan area targeting Lake Hartwell as a future source of water, it is good that state politicians are stepping up to lay the legal framework for keeping that water supply in the Savannah River Basin.
As stories in this edition of the Journal indicate, everyone …
State and national funding being what it is, chances are slim that preserving America’s heritage will rank very …
Through no fault from anyone but itself, South Carolina’s General Assembly is in the unenviable position of accomplishing something that must be done but has no political upside.
It is not often that fans of Clemson University’s Tigers and the University of South Carolina’s Gamecocks agree …
As the swell of anti-government and anti-incumbent …
City leaders in Clemson, Seneca, Westminster, Walhalla and Central have all passed new municipal budgets that spend less money than the year ending June 30 and hold the line on tax increases.
One of the most cherished rights citizens of the United States enjoy is that of voting in free and open elections to select who among their peers will represent them in the seats of government.