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Officials discuss potential of Oconee County greenway trail Officials discuss potential of Oconee County greenway trail

A collaborative workshop between Oconee County community members and representatives of Greenville’s Swamp Rabbit Trail was met with optimism over the potential creation of a greenway trail. 

City’s Oktoberfest events kick off today City’s Oktoberfest events kick off today

He hasn’t been a member of the organizing committee for the past three years, but Wayne Smalley has driven by Sertoma Field every day this week to watch the preparations for the 41st annual Walhalla Oktoberfest celebration, which begins today.

Chief: Arrested officer was ‘clear to hire’ Chief: Arrested officer was ‘clear to hire’

Andrew Major Rankin, 27, of Castlebrook Drive, was charged with breach of peace of an aggravated nature and use of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the early Sunday morning incident.

‘The Wiz Jr.’ opens tonight at CLT ‘The Wiz Jr.’ opens tonight at CLT

They’re following the yellow brick road to Oz at the Clemson Little Theatre this week, but they won’t be singing about it Judy Garland-style.

Lions visit Walhalla tonight for crucial region matchup Lions visit Walhalla tonight for crucial region matchup

With the regular season entering its final weeks, the stakes are getting higher every Friday night as far as region championship races are concerned.

Woman charged with child neglect Woman charged with child neglect

Ashton Brianna Brown, of Laing Court, is charged with one count of unlawful neglect of a child.

Bobcats fall at Pendleton, set for tiebreaker game Bobcats fall at Pendleton, set for tiebreaker game

Playing with a chance to earn an outright playoff spot Thursday night, the Seneca High School volleyball team got started on the right foot at Pendleton.

Warriors look to bounce back against Liberty Warriors look to bounce back against Liberty

With three games remaining in the regular season, the West-Oak High School football team is staring opportunity right in the face.

Bobcats look to extend winning streak against Powdersville Bobcats look to extend winning streak against Powdersville

For a team that was playing shorthanded for a second straight week, the Seneca High School football team sure didn’t seem to miss a beat last week at West-Oak.

High school roundup: Seneca tennis wins region crown High school roundup: Seneca tennis wins region crown

The Seneca High School girls’ tennis team defeated Powdersville by a score of 4-3 on Wednesday night, earning the Bobcats the Western 3A region title.

Council hopeful switches endorsement Council hopeful switches endorsement

One Westminster City Council candidate has reversed her support of mayoral candidate Susan Ramey because she said she felt pressured to never criticize Ramey.