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Clemson volleyball adds assistant coach Clemson volleyball adds assistant coach

CLEMSON — Clemson volleyball head coach Michaela Franklin announced the hiring of John Lucas as the program’s assistant coach on Tuesday.

Alliance: Lawsuit against drilling delaying progress Alliance: Lawsuit against drilling delaying progress

The belief that residents and officials have to choose between strong energy policy and protecting the environment is “a false choice,” according to Kevin Doyle, Florida regional director of the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA).

Ceremony scheduled for rededication of Walhalla High memorial monument Ceremony scheduled for rededication of Walhalla High memorial monument

In 1947, Walhalla High School dedicated a memorial monument to remember 21 former students killed in World War II. 

Expert urges residents to be safe during frigid temperatures Expert urges residents to be safe during frigid temperatures

With a wind chill dipping into the teens this morning and predicted to remain in the 20s, the medical professionals at Prisma Health–Upstate are reminding everyone to take some cold-weather precautions.

Moulder, city council talk budget at financial workshop Moulder, city council talk budget at financial workshop

Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder walked into Tuesday’s night’s first city council work session of 2019 carrying an armful of binders with information to help council understand the city budget process in preparation for next year’s budget.

County set to launch opioid addiction assistance program County set to launch opioid addiction assistance program

Pickens County is slated to become the first county in South Carolina to launch a program aimed at providing opioid addicts with hope and pathways to treatment.

ATAX grant applications now open ATAX grant applications now open

Grant applications to receive Oconee County accommodations tax money are being accepted through Feb. 15, according to county parks, recreation and tourism director Phil Shirley.

Timing is right for education reform Timing is right for education reform

Editor: This year, the timing is right for comprehensive education reform in South Carolina. Gov. Henry McMaster, House Speaker Jay Lucas (R-Darlington), Rep. Gary Simrell (R-York), as well as our Democratic legislators are committed to fixing our schools. 

No cause of death after Walhalla woman found dead No cause of death after Walhalla woman found dead

April Norton Jones, 37, was found by her husband when he returned home from work around midnight Tuesday morning, according to Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis. The coroner said he believes she died sometime early Monday.

Zoning board OKs storage building at Yoder’s Zoning board OKs storage building at Yoder’s

At its first meeting of the year, the Oconee County Board of Zoning Appeals approved a special exception for Yoder’s Building Supply in Fair Play to increase its storage capacity.

Thanks for the attaboy! Thanks for the attaboy!

Willie: Ditto to your reader’s comments about the lack of police protection on Highway 123 to and from Seneca and Clemson.

100 years from today 100 years from today

We can only imagine what things will be like in Oconee County 100 years from now.

Tigers look to move past heartbreaking loss tonight Tigers look to move past heartbreaking loss tonight

Having already experienced a horrid start to conference play, the Clemson men’s basketball team experienced a new low Saturday afternoon at N.C. State.