Locally grown, locally made Six Mile’s first farmers market opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a welcome from the mayor and introduction of special guests congratulating the city Six Mile on their farmers market last week.
SC Rep. B.J. Skelton, Clemson Chamber of Commerce President David Lane and Six Mile Councilman James Atkinson were among those who spoke at the ceremony.
The market was held indoors at the former Six Mile Fire Department and 12 of ...
Frances Parrish CorrespondentThe Easley Progress
Deborah Brock receives Medallion for Instructional Excellence PENDLETON —- Deborah Brock, medical laboratory technology instructor and faculty liaison for professional development at Tri-County Technical College, was honored May 10 with the highest award presented to the faculty. She received the Presidential Medallion for Instructional Excellence at the College’s spring commencement.
Dr. Ronnie L. Booth, president, presented the medallion to the Anderson resident. The medallion is presented each year...
Dixie Softball Report Dixie Darlings
Pickens #1 9, Easley Carolina Girls 3 —Jaslin Brooks hit a double and Lupita Reyes had a pair of singles to lead Easley.
Easley Carolina Girls 19, Wren 11 — Madison Johnson, Anna James, Jaslin Brooks and Savannah Hall each went 4-for-4 to power Easley to the win. Madison Johnson hit a triple for Easley and Sydney Looper was 3-for-3.
Pickens #2 4, Easley Slammers 0 — Hannah Grace Bryson had nine strikeouts i...
Easley Police Officer of the Week EASLEY – Patrol officer Justin Stegall of the Easley Police Department knew that a career in uniform was something that he always wanted to do.
“I have lived in Easley my entire life,”Stegall said. “Nothing would have given me more happiness than being able to serve this community and keep my hometown safe.”
Stegall is a lifelong resident of Pickens County and is a 2005 graduate of Easley High School where he played on the football team. ...