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County to break ground on new park in Central County to break ground on new park in Central

Pickens County officials will break ground on the county’s newest park next week. 

Walhalla unveils plaque honoring WWII heroes Walhalla unveils plaque  honoring WWII heroes

A restored plaque containing the names of 21 Walhalla High School students who gave their lives in service to their country in World War II — located at the old Memorial Field for more than 60 years — was officially unveiled at its new home at the high school Wednesday morning.

Hatchery rainfall makes 2018 a record year Hatchery rainfall makes 2018 a record year

Last year was a record-breaking year for rainfall in the state of South Carolina, according to preliminary data from the Walhalla State Fish Hatchery.

Preliminary rec plans headed to city council Preliminary rec plans headed to city council

Preliminary recreational plans for the city of Westminster’s newly purchased Hall Road property have been pooled together by Mayor Brian Ramey’s steering committee.

Federal paving grant for industrial park doubles Federal paving grant for industrial park doubles

Though the original number on the grant application in 2016 was $1.27 million, Oconee County Council received word Tuesday night its grant for paving near the county’s Tri-County Technical College campus was increased to more than $2.54 million.

Pickens County Council recognizes Tigers for perfect season, national title Pickens County Council recognizes Tigers for perfect season, national title

Pickens County Council passed a resolution Monday night honoring the Clemson football team for winning the 2018 college football national championship.

County council approves funding for special election County council approves funding for special election

Pickens County Council approved funding for a special school board election next month, but several members expressed anger and frustration over the situation that led to the election being needed.

New artwork in store for Walhalla swimming pool? New artwork in store for Walhalla swimming pool?

Walhalla City Council members heard a proposal from local artist Libby Imbody Tuesday night about painting a mural on the city’s swimming pool building on West Main Street. 

Tigers add two on signing day, Swinney looks ahead to spring Tigers add two on signing day, Swinney looks ahead to spring

The Clemson football team finalized its 2019 recruiting class on Wednesday by signing two final players, both of whom hail from the Palmetto State.

Gamecocks round out recruiting class Gamecocks round out recruiting class

The South Carolina football team added four signees Wednesday — two of whom were uncommitted heading into the day.

Clemson planners to see sketch plan for proposed subdivision Clemson planners to see sketch plan for proposed subdivision

A sketch plan for a proposed major subdivision initially approved last summer is scheduled to go before the Clemson Planning Commission for approval at its next meeting on Monday.

City could order hotel study City could order hotel study

Walhalla City Council could approve a hotel feasibility study at its Feb. 19 meeting. 

Razorbacks’ Shultis inks with Newberry Razorbacks’ Shultis inks with Newberry

Not long after he took the head job three years ago, Walhalla High School football coach Padgett Johnson was approached by Nik Shultis, who wasted little time laying out his intentions.