Seneca police are looking for suspects involved in a burglary resulting in at least $1,400 in stolen copper.
The three-man crew that painted the end zone and midfield areas at Daniel High School’s former football stadium is back to handle those same duties at the new facility.
It looks as if the zoning conflict between the city of Walhalla and Oconee County will have to be settled in court.
Economists and fuel companies were predicting an outcome far worse when it came to gas prices following Hurricane Irene.
Several months ago, Pickens County allotted $305,123 from its Vehicle Maintenance Fund to the city of Clemson to use in paving 10 streets.
To highlight the economic importance of agriculture, the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Steak in Oconee” a dinner event featuring locally-grown food.
The Oconee County Chapter of the American Red Cross has partnered with Domino’s Pizza in all three locations — Seneca, Walhalla and Westminster — to help raise funds for the agency.
The time has yet to come in Randy Robinson’s career when he wasn’t disappointed following a loss, and last Friday’s shortcoming against Easley didn’t come close to changing that.
A multi-year starter at long snapper for the Daniel High School football team, Kyle Satterfield is filling another large role for the Lions this season.
A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game at Singleton Field
A look at what the Lions must do to win Friday night at Singleton Field
Starting the season with back-to-back losses is hardly an enviable position to be in, and unfortunately, that’s exactly where the West-Oak High School football team finds itself.
A two-year starter at center for the West-Oak High School football team, Trevor Kirk is among the Warriors’ chief leaders.
A position-by-position breakdown of Friday’s game in Pendleton