December 2014 high school graduates through the Connect to College (C2C) program at Tri-County Technical College are, from left to right, Brittney F. Scurry, Easley High School; Orell J. (Ques) Galloway, Pendleton High School; Briana S. Ferguson,...
Ethan McClain, left, an eighth grade student at Pickens Middle School, won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee on Feb. 2. The school Bee, at which students answered numerous questions on world geography, was the first round in the...
The students and staff at Liberty Middle School and Pickens Middle School recently held a competition to raise money and supplies for the Pickens County Humane Society. The winner of the competition was announced between the girls and boys basketball...
The Pickens County Career & Technology Center recognized their new National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) students on Jan. 8 in an induction ceremony. NTHS is an honor society for outstanding students that have achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher and...
PICKENS COUNTY – A deputy with the Pickens County Sheriff's Office has been fired after an internal investigation determined his use of a Taser on a man in a wheelchair was inappropriate.
FAIRFAX, Va. — Caroline Brookshire, a student at Easley High School, has been selected to represent South Carolina as a National Youth Delegate to the 2015 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University.
CLEMSON — In the most closely watched test so far this semester, all the students passed with flying colors. Then they were sold.
PICKENS — The City of Pickens and the City of Easley have announced they are holding a Doodle Trail Logo Contest with the winner's design being used in print, online, on merchandise and in wayfinding signage.
ANDERSON — Davis Lee Edwards, owner and operator of Holiday Automotive Services Inc., was arrested Monday for operating the business without a retail license.
EASLEY — McKissick Elementary School will hold a kick-off at 1:30 p.m. March 2 for its participation in the Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign.
PICKENS COUNTY — The rate of advancement of technology, the speed of its proliferation and the pace at which it is evolving in the 21st century is the highest it has been since the Industrial Revolution causing a shift in modern-day...
PICKENS COUNTY — The 2014/2015 school year began with three snow make-up days built into the district's calender, but with harsh winter weather and icy roads having plagued the county recently, those buffer days have already been...
LIBERTY — Liberty shoppers will now have a new option when out and about as a new Dollar General is set to open its door this Saturday with prizes and giveaways to the first 200 customers.
PICKENS COUNTY — In an effort to streamline communication between government officials and local constituents, Rep. Neal Collins has taken to social media in what he refers to as “live townhalls.”
EASLEY — In the annual State of the City Address, Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell pulled no punches when it came to his opinions on the Doodle Trail, Easley itself, his dissatisfaction with the county and the continuing role of former City...
GREENVILLE — Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive this March when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts its second annual international car cruise and festival.
CENTRAL — Around 180 high school students auditioned Dec. 4 for the Pickens County All-County Honor Band and 41 Daniel High School students placed in this band.
COLUMBIA – i1 Biometrics has signed an agreement with the University of South Carolina where members of the USC football team will wear the Vector MouthGuard this spring as the instrument of telemetry to measure the brain's linear and...
PENDLETON — Tri-County Technical College is hosting College Goal SC on Feb. 28 to help students and their families fill out and file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.
Six-week art classes begin March 5
CENTRAL – Southern Wesleyan University's Division of Religion welcomed Dr. Karl Westfall and the Rev. Sharon Butcher Westfall as pastors-in-residence in January.
Ice and snow can make for a pretty picture, but slick roads and icy steps can pose a danger to residents.
PICKENS — The Gathering on Appalachian Life Festival scheduled for Feb. 28 will go on rain or shine — or in this case snow or no snow.
EASLEY — An Easley man has been arrested for the second time in approximately a 12-month period for third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor with the second incident dating back to as far as November 2013.
PENDLETON — The Bart Garrison Agricultural Museum of South Carolina offers Story Time and More, a monthly reading and activity program, and Kids Day, a monthly hands on activity program.
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