Senators Scott and Graham Against Impeachment of President Trump

Tuesday evening, South Carolina @SenatorTimScott released a statement regarding Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic Caucus’s attempt to impeach the president: “President Trump has eight days left in his term and has promised a smooth and peaceful transition of power. The Democrat-led impeachment talks happening in the House right now fly in direct opposition to what President-elect Joe Biden has been […]

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Federal Funding Available for Local Non-Profits, VITA Program Underway Through Oconee County United Way

Oconee County has been chosen to receive a total of $22,985 in federal funding under the emergency food and shelter national board through FEMA. LaShauna Harrison, Executive Director of Oconee County United Way, has details on how local non-profits may apply for funds… Harrison went on to tell us about United Way’s VITA Program, that helps local residents with filing […]

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SCDPS on High Alert

The South Carolina Department of Public Safety says it is on a state of heightened security as state law enforcement prepares for possible armed protests in the state. The agency increased security last week, and according to the Bureau of Protective Services, is continuing to work with state and local law enforcement agencies while remaining in a state of heightened […]

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South Carolinians Aged 70 and Older Can Schedule COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Beginning Jan. 13

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced that beginning Wednesday, Jan. 13, any South Carolina resident aged 70 or older, regardless of health status or preexisting conditions, can begin scheduling their appointment to receive COVID-19 vaccine. Based on COVID-19 vaccine data — doses received, administered, and appointments scheduled — South Carolina officials […]

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