PICKENS — The Pickens County Traveling Trash Bash (TTB), now in its 14th year, was on the road traveling to each Pickens County elementary school during February.
PICKENS — At the beginning of 2015, Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative embarked upon a major construction program at its Pickens office campus.
EASLEY — The Easley High NJROTC Air Rifle squad has a new achievement to add to its impressive track record: the team will compete in the Junior Olympic trials at Camp Perry in Ohio in June.
Daniel High School's Chess Team won the South Carolina Scholastic High School Chess Championship on Feb. 28. This marks the eighth consecutive state chess title that Daniel has won competing against public high schools, magnet schools, private...
Daniel High School's Academic Team placed eighth in the 2015 NAQT South Carolina State Championship at Wofford College on March 7. In addition, Paul Greenstein finished second individually. Team members are, from the left, Forrest Bundrick, Paul...
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University named Dr. Tonya Strickland as provost.
PICKENS — A Pickens High School student was arrested last Friday morning for bringing a gun onto campus after making threats the night before.
POWDERSVILLE — With a weather contingency plan in place, the sixth annual Patriot Paint 5K Run is set to go down on April 18 — come rain or come shine.
PICKENS — Cannon Memorial Hospital and the Pickens County Library System will take part with other national, state, and community organizations to focus on the importance of advance healthcare decision-making during the week of April 13 through...
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University recently welcomed elected and appointed officials in federal, state and local government to its Legislative Appreciation Luncheon at the Central campus.
EASLEY — Jean Carey of Easley was inducted into the Fort Prince George Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
PICKENS — Paul Greenstein, a National Merit semifinalists from Daniel High School, has been named as a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program, the nation's largest academic competition.
PICKENS COUNTY — Sarah E. Jordan, Foods & Nutrition Teacher at Daniel High School, was sworn in as the new president of the South Carolina Affiliate of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (SCAFCS ) at their 100th annual state...
CLEMSON — The South Carolina Botanical Garden Spring Concerts in the Garden Series concerts will be held at 7 p.m. each Friday through May in the Botanical Garden's amphitheater. Performers will include:
PICKENS — Final preparations are underway for the 2015 Azalea Festival happening April 17 and April 18 in historic downtown Pickens.
EASLEY — The Easley Farmer's Market will open for business April 11 and will have even more to offer to Pickens County in its seventh year.
PICKENS – Eliza A. H. Lord will teach a series of homesteading classes at Hagood Mill beginning with Old-Timey Kitchen Gardens on April 11.
CLEMSON — South Carolina officials are asking the public to keep an eye out for a strain of avian flu that has been identified in seven states and is potentially deadly to poultry.
EASLEY — A story that has become a standard of Southern storytelling opens April 10 at the Easley Foothills Playhouse as Steel Magnolias comes to life on the stage.
EASLEY – Both the entertainment and attractions have grown for this year's Spring Fling, Easley's unofficial marker for the city to finally get outside and welcome in the warmer weather.
PICKENS COUNTY — Local school officials are hopeful Gov. Nikki Haley will sign legislation forgiving missed school days due to winter weather after a similar bill was passed by the State Senate for Chester County.
PICKENS COUNTY — The Keowee Flyers, the Pickens County Pilot's Association and Pickens County Meals on Wheels will host the sixth annual Wings and Wheels for Meals at the Pickens County Airport from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April...
COLUMBIA — The South Carolina High School League recently held its annual Legislative Assembly meeting during the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Association Spring Conference in Charleston.
EASLEY — The Fine Arts Center of Easley has announced the addition of a Homeschool Arts Academy for the 2015-2016 school year.
CLEMSON — Community service grant applications are now available from the Clemson Rotary Club for area agencies that serve Pickens, Oconee and Anderson counties.