Articles in Opinion
As A Call to Action Oconee looks forward to 2019 and the job that lies before us in raising awareness of and educating the community on issues of domestic and dating abuse and bullying, we cannot do so without looking back at 2018 and being reminded of all who were instrumental in helping our organization.
The older generation will likely remember the old Simon and Garfunkel tune “Bridge Over Troubled Water.” Some Clemson city officials and residents would say the replacement of the Norfolk Southern railroad bridge at the intersection of U.S. Highway 123 and S.C. Highway 133 has been nothing but trouble.
In today’s edition of The Journal you’ve read where the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority commissioners are scheduled to consider a proposal to reduce its reserve fund from more than $13 million to about $5 million by returning approximately $8 million back to the three member cities who paid the money to the sewer authority in the first place.
This year’s Super Bowl matchup between the five-time champion New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams — whose only Super Bowl title came 20 years ago when the team was in St. Louis — is full of compelling storylines.