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Greenville teen dead after drowning Monday Greenville teen dead after drowning Monday

A 19-year-old Greenville County man died hours after being pulled from the water Monday afternoon at Fall Creek Landing, marking the 18th death in that area of Lake Keowee since 1993.

County budget proposal County budget proposal

The Journal reported in early April that a budget proposal for Oconee County includes $926,000 for a “wage and compensation study.”

Accident leaves I-85 lane closed for hours Accident leaves I-85 lane closed for hours

The left northbound lane on Interstate 85 in Oconee County was closed for nearly four hours after a Tuesday-morning wreck.

Official: Pickens Co. has high number of child sex abuse cases  Official: Pickens Co. has high number of child sex abuse cases 

Pickens County has a high number of child sexual abuse cases, according to 13th Judicial Circuit assistant solicitor Brandi Hinton. 

South Carolina trustees approve Williams-Brice renovations South Carolina trustees approve Williams-Brice renovations

The South Carolina Board of Trustees issued Phase II approval for renovations to Williams-Brice Stadium, it was announced this week.

‘We want to get this done’ ‘We want to get this done’

Westminster meeting Thursday for budget workshop

Maybe a car will fall in that pothole and help fill it up! Maybe a car will fall in that pothole and help fill it up!

I read about spending $36,000 to upgrade the railroad track at the old Propex building. I just fail to see where they’re going to invite prospective customers to come in there when they don’t take care of what they already have.

‘No comparison’ ‘No comparison’

Danny Edwards doesn’t remember when he decided on a career in the automobile business.

Warriors dominate in first-ever 3A playoff win Warriors dominate in first-ever 3A playoff win

WESTMINSTER — The West-Oak High School girls’ soccer team made school history on Monday night, and in dominant fashion.

Bobcats down Camden, earn shot at district title Bobcats down Camden, earn shot at district title

SENECA — The Seneca High School softball team has made a living with its small game, but the Bobcats showed Monday night they’re capable of hitting the ball around the yard.

Moulder proposes plan to relieve sewer financing concerns Moulder proposes plan to relieve sewer financing concerns

While Walhalla City Council has not voted on a resolution already approved by Seneca and Westminster to allow the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority to refund about $7.6 million to those member cities, Seneca city administrator and OJRSA board member Scott Moulder has offered a solution.