With the heat index inching over 100 degrees Tuesday, more than 50 people stood in front of Sen. Lindsey Graham’s office in Pendleton to demand a policy to end family separation at the Mexico/U.S. border.
A millage increase slightly higher than proposed on first reading late last month was unanimously passed on second reading by Seneca City Council as part of its proposed 2019 fiscal year budget Tuesday night.
Michael Thorsland’s contract was extended for another year, through June 2021, and he received a 4 percent salary increase. Before last year’s 3 percent raise, he was earning an annual salary of $141,800.
Clemson residents Dot Yandle and Jim London say the downtown area needs a visitors center where photos and information on Clemson’s history can be preserved for present and future generations to enjoy.
In 1991, Teresa Skewes was the mother of a kindergarten student at Morrison Elementary School when then-principal Paul Prichard asked her to serve on a committee tasked with starting an after-school care program.