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Mountain Rest— You can’t pet a bee. Or teach it how to fetch the paper. That hasn’t stopped Mitch Jonner from owning around half a million of the busy insects.
Following the resignation of former mayor Derek Hodgin, candidates wanting to fill the mayor’s seat had to make their minds up by Thursday.
School District of Pickens County employees will gather this morning in a virtual back to school celebration that includes the naming of the 2011-12 Teacher of the Year and Support Employee of the Year.
After closing down following the deaths of the previous owners, the Dairy Queen in West Union could be granted new life.
A 34-page report released Thursday by a national transportation research group ranks South Carolina as having the highest rural road fatality rates in the nation.
The filing deadline for three Central Town Council seats ended was noon Thursday, and incumbents Lynn O’Dell Chapman, Harry Holladay and Tony Craig have formally decided to seek re-election.
All Tri-County Technical College’s campuses will be closed Monday, Sept. 5 in observance of Labor Day. Classes will resume Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Emergency personnel are ready in large numbers to protect participants at the city’s first paid concert on Labor Day.
Clemson football players and coaches have been preparing for Saturday’s home opener against Troy for months. The same applies to law enforcement officials when it comes to traffic control and parking.
Defenders of animal rights have recruited the support of the University of South Carolina to help toughen up — of all things — a state law prohibiting cockfighting.
A 26-year-old Mountain Rest man fell out of a moving pickup truck Tuesday, and S.C. Highway Patrol is still investigating the cause.