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Truck hits cyclist in Seneca Truck hits cyclist in Seneca

A bicyclist was airlifted to Greenville after she was hit by a truck as witnesses said she was riding against the flow of traffic.

Westminster doesn’t have any compassion Westminster doesn’t have any compassion

Willie: I live in Westminster. It isn’t news the power bills in the city limits are ridiculous.

Wrestling club coming to festival today Wrestling club coming to festival today

Golden Corner Wrestling will be part of the West Union Fun in the Sun festival today with a series of bouts set to begin at 2 p.m.

Practice begins for area high school football teams Practice begins for area high school football teams

He stopped short of using the term “butterflies,” but David Crane fully admitted there’s a unique kind of excitement that precedes the opening day of fall practice.

Restoration of old Newry Mill would enhance Oconee historic preservation Restoration of old Newry Mill would enhance Oconee historic preservation

It was surely good news to all who support historic preservation in Oconee County that the possibility of restoring the old Newry Mill to house apartments is being studied.

Lawrence feels more mature in year two as camp begins Lawrence feels more mature in year two as camp begins

CLEMSON — Underneath a new national championship banner hanging in place inside Clemson’s indoor practice facility, the Tigers were back on the field Friday to begin fall camp and preparations for a new season.

Westminster to offer incentive for building homes Westminster to offer incentive for building homes

Council unanimously approved a proposal by city administrator Chris Carter Friday to waive water tap fees for those who build a new home or speculative home in Westminster.

Sewer issues could stall development in eastern Oconee Sewer issues could stall development in eastern Oconee

The fate of future development in eastern Oconee County could be affected if Hartwell Village gets an increase in sewage treatment capacity without sewer officials addressing inflow and infiltration issues.

New law sends home invasion case to juvenile system New law sends home invasion case to juvenile system

The 16-year-old juvenile facing nine charges in a Seneca home invasion Thursday would have been charged as an adult a little more than a month ago.

No winners No winners

It’s no surprise that the family of Ricky Antonio Nickles is not pleased with the adjudication of the case against the man who shot and killed him two years ago.

Encounters with Jackson Encounters with Jackson

Editor: So President Donald Trump criticized Congressman Elijah Cummings of Maryland.

In agreement on Mueller’s testimony In agreement on Mueller’s testimony

Editor: This is in response to a letter on the Opinion page of the July 27 edition.