No More Curbside Alcohol Sales in SC

Since South Carolina is no longer under a state of emergency, drive-thru and curbside sales of beer and wine to an individual is once again forbidden. The Department of Revenue said that customers buying beer and wine must exit their vehicle and take possession of their purchases inside the retailer’s licensed premises. The state of emergency due to COVID-19 expired […]

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VP Harris Visiting Greenville, Gov. McMaster in Clemson Today

Governor Henry McMaster will be joined by Clemson President Jim Clements, Clemson Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich, University of South Carolina Senior Deputy Athletics Director Chance Miller, members of the General Assembly, and other state leaders for a ceremonial bill signing of S. 685, Compensation of Intercollegiate Athletes this afternoon at Clemson’s Nieri Family Student-Athlete Enrichment Center. The Governor is […]

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SDOC Board Honors Mrs. Margaret Brown

The School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees honored Mrs. Margaret Brown, widow of former superintendent James M. Brown, in recognition of the years of support for arts education by the Brown family in the School District of Oconee County.  Mr. James M. Brown served as superintendent from 1988 until his untimely death in 1994.  During his tenure, he […]

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Water Quality Advisory Repealed for Richland and Coneross Creeks

The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority (OJRSA) has repealed the water quality advisory issued on Friday. for Richland Creek and Coneross Creek in Oconee County. The notice was issued as a precaution when wastewater spilled from a collapsed sewer line on Sandifer Boulevard. OJRSA Director Chris Eleazar with more… Due to the scarcity of materials, it is anticipated the permanent […]

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