Pickens County Council Meeting Tonight

The Pickens County Council will meet this evening at 6:30 p.m. at the Pickens County Administration Facility, 222 McDaniel Avenue, to address a hefty agenda, including voting on implementing results from a compensation and wage study conducted by Evergreen Solutions. This includes salary increases for 638 employees, averaging $4,900 each, with a model based on tenure. The council will also […]

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Clemson City Council Meeting Tonight

Clemson City Council will meet this evening at 6 p.m. at Clemson City Hall, 1250 Tiger Blvd. #1, to discuss various items, including the first reading of the fiscal year 2024-25 operating budget. The meeting will open with a public hearing on the budget, allowing five minutes per speaker. Proclamations for Pride Month, Race Amity Day, National Gun Violence Awareness […]

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Summer Meal Pickup Change

A change has been made to the Oconee School District’s summer meal distribution. Weekly meals can now be collected at James Brown Elementary School on Coffee Road in Walhalla. Parents are advised to drive to the rear parking area, specifically the bus rider loop, for pickup. The schedule remains the same, with pickup times from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. […]

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South Carolina Farm Bureau Elevator Breaks Ground for Agricultural Growth

Today marks a significant milestone for regional agriculture as the South Carolina Farm Bureau Grain Elevator commences a multimillion-dollar expansion, nearly doubling its grain storage capacity and adding new office and warehouse space. Attended by key figures including SC Farm Bureau President Harry Ott, SC Commissioner of Agriculture Hugh Weathers, and local officials like The Honorable Mike Gambrell and The […]

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Trump and Allies Denounce Trial Verdict: Allegations of Bias and Political Motivation

President Donald J. Trump, Senator Lindsey Graham, Congressman Jeff Duncan, and Lieutenant Colonel Sheri Biggs have all condemned the recent trial verdict against Trump, labeling it as rigged and politically motivated. Trump criticized the trial as a disgrace orchestrated by a conflicted, corrupt judge and a Soros-backed DA, asserting his innocence and vowing to fight for the country and the […]

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Summer Construction Update: Transformations and Enhancements at Clemson University

Clemson University has numerous construction projects kicking off or advancing this summer, totaling over $116 million. These include renovations to Cribb and Hunter Halls, along with the multi-year renovation of Manning Hall. Other projects involve roadwork, parking lot expansions, and traffic disruptions on Cherry Road. Additionally, several roof replacements and demolition projects are scheduled, including those for Fike Recreation Center […]

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