The Oconee County Council will hold a public …
It is probably no coincidence that our state lawmakers — at least most members of the Oconee and Pickens delegations — are like-minded that the time has come to crack the whip on illegal immigration.
You will find no group more staunch in defense of the First Amendment right to a free press than the press itself.
Two weeks into the annual “Christmas For Kids” program, hundreds of children are still facing the prospect of a bleak Christmas.
Oconee County’s embattled county council acted in clear violation of the will of its citizens earlier this week in approving the purchase of 407 acres on SC Highway 11 dubbed Project North.
Following are excerpts from the 1863 Lincoln Presidential Proclamation – celebrated shortly after Lincoln committed his life to Christ and celebrated while America was still in the midst of its Civil War.
There is plenty of irony to go around as we debate the limits to which we are willing to allow the government to invade our personal space in the name of aviation safety.
Residents of Oconee County will find out tonight if their County Council really cares what they think.
Over the past several days, The Journal has tried to touch on some of the many issues swirling around Oconee County’s proposed purchase of 415 acres on S.C. Highway 11.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Another load of crap. The media is the one uncovering the truth and you ...
A person who would harm a dog will probably also harm a child ! Keep che...
Too bad. Looks like Clemson is ‘out foxing’ our Council. Maybe if pe...