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Police: Man lifted woman by her neck Police: Man lifted woman by her neck

Bearl Neal Bonecutter III, of Murphy Drive, is charged with one count of second-degree domestic violence.

Clemson team heads west for annual rocket competition Clemson team heads west for annual rocket competition

On Saturday, members of the Clemson Rocketry Team will be packing into minivans and carrying precious cargo to New Mexico for a rocket launching competition. 

Public education Public education

Editor: The problem with public education is not the teachers, class sizes or the lack of funding; it is “doing the same thing and expecting different results.”

Bartee gets state pardon Bartee gets state pardon

Former Oconee County sheriff candidate James Bartee, who spent more than two years in prison after being convicted of trying to orchestrate a kidnapping during his campaign, has been pardoned by the S.C. Board of Paroles and Pardons.

CRIME BRIEFS: Walhalla man charged with domestic violence CRIME BRIEFS: Walhalla man charged with domestic violence

Steven Kyle Davis, 36, of Falcons Drive, is charged with one count of second-degree domestic violence.

Berry honored, looks ahead to national meet Berry honored, looks ahead to national meet

On the heels of her first-ever go at the heptathlon, and ahead of a major event debut, Addison Berry got the chance to reminisce on Sunday afternoon in Columbia.

Administrator talks community, 123 corridor in Walhalla Administrator talks community, 123 corridor in Walhalla

When Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock first moved to the county more than 20 years ago, she immediately noticed a difference in the way people identified themselves, she told the Walhalla Rotary Club on Monday.

Planners express concerns with lakeside proposal Planners express concerns with lakeside proposal

Members of the Clemson Planning Commission told developers Monday night they have serious concerns about a lakeside project proposed at the site of the former Holiday Inn on Tiger Boulevard.

Alabama transfer commits to Tigers Alabama transfer commits to Tigers

Columbia native Tevin Mack, a graduate transfer from Alabama, has committed to the Clemson men’s basketball team, according to Jon Rothstein of CBSSports.com.

Utility rates set to jump 50%: Final reading of Westminster budget set for tonight Utility rates set to jump 50%: Final reading of Westminster budget set for tonight

Westminster City Council is set to approve second and final reading for its 2019-20 budget that includes higher water and garbage collection rates for its customers beginning July 1.

Short-term rentals, elections, animals at festivals on Seneca agenda Short-term rentals, elections, animals at festivals on Seneca agenda

Ordinances regulating short-term rentals, changing city elections and prohibiting animals at some city-sponsored events are on the agenda for first readings at tonight’s Seneca City Council meeting.