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Clemson briefs: Byrd, Hill-Whitson set to join Ring of Honor Clemson briefs: Byrd, Hill-Whitson set to join Ring of Honor

Jonathan Byrd and Susan Hill-Whitson will be inducted into the Clemson Ring of Honor on Saturday at halftime of the Tigers’ home football game against Wake Forest at Memorial Stadium.

Refuting the defense Refuting the defense

EDITOR: I am commenting on the letter in last week’s paper…

What deserted island? What deserted island?

EDITOR: I read in The Journal with some dismay a letter that made …

Keep dialogue going Keep dialogue going

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I would like to publicly thank Roger …

Property draws little interest Property draws little interest

A manufacturing building that has been sitting empty in Oconee County for the past two years is a testament to the slow economy and the challenge to attract new business to the area.

Missing child found, suspect in jail Missing child found, suspect in jail

A 27-year-old Easley man was charged Sunday with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor while his 16-year-old girlfriend was charged Wednesday for her actions toward a 6-year-old girl.

Oconee reassessment question goes unanswered Oconee reassessment question goes unanswered

The Department of Revenue had no answer late Wednesday afternoon to The Journal’s question of whether 2011 appraisal information could be used to appeal Oconee County reassessed property values.

Rural carrier earns award Rural carrier earns award

Central’s route 2 rural carrier Tommy Reid has joined a very exclusive group by receiving the National Safety Council’s highest award for safe driving, the Million Mile Award.

Odom defense calls witnesses Odom defense calls witnesses

The Attorney General Office’s last witness Wednesday discovered matching user names in Anthony Odom’s hard drive and testified to the statement given by the former Aiken County prosecutor in his explanation of why he ventured into cyber sex chats.

Moss looking forward to joining Central Town Council Moss looking forward to joining Central Town Council

Joe Moss considers it an honor to be the first black person elected to serve on Central Town Council, but he quickly points out that isn’t the reason for his seeking office.

Village Baker on the rise again Village Baker on the rise again

It was just about two years ago that Pete and Barbara Rizzo decided to take their baking operation to the next level.

Oconee NAACP awards scholarships Oconee NAACP awards scholarships

The Oconee County NAACP recently presented three scholarships at its 25th Annual Freedom Fund Dinner and Awards Banquet. From left, first row, are: Dre’ Ann Richardson …

High school band wins accolades High school band wins accolades

West-Oak High School’s marching band recently participated in several competitions, winning honors in each. At Boiling Springs High School, the band won …