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Sewer survey first step toward Cane Creek fix  Sewer survey first step toward Cane Creek fix 

A sewer survey will be the first step toward addressing long-needed repairs for the Cane Creek sewer basin in Walhalla. 

Local doctor talks about King’s selflessness at annual breakfast Local doctor talks about King’s selflessness at annual breakfast

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the “epitome of the selfless servant” who can still inspire people today to do the right thing, according to Seneca eye doctor D.J. Morris.

Community garden begins in Westminster Community garden begins in Westminster

After being deemed a food desert location, Westminster residents will now have a community garden for fresh produce thanks to the Re-Fresh Garden initiative — and four of those plots are still up for grabs.

Meals on Wheels thanks outgoing director Meals on Wheels thanks outgoing director

Pickens County Meals on Wheels said goodbye this week to former executive director Meta Bowers, who left recently to be the executive director of the Meyer Center for Children in Greenville.

‘What do we do with the scum?’ ‘What do we do with the scum?’

Willie: I would like to thank Miss Duke and Jim Palmer for their wonderful letters in the Jan. 12 paper.

Gamecocks gain pledge from wide receiver Gamecocks gain pledge from wide receiver

South Carolina’s junior day on Saturday resulted in a new commitment for the 2020 class, as wide receiver Da’Qon Stewart (6-2, 194) of Huntersville, N.C., said he committed to head coach Will Muschamp on Saturday afternoon while on campus with his parents.

Teen named Central’s top firefighter Teen named Central’s top firefighter

Dawson Smith had only recently turned 18 when he was named Central Fireman of the Year last month. 

Clemson students give back to honor civil rights icon Clemson students give back to honor civil rights icon

On a day when banks, federal offices, colleges and universities were closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, many Clemson University students spent part of the day honoring King’s legacy serving the community.