EASLEY — Tri-County Technical College's Licensed Practical Nursing program received a continued eight-year accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) at its July meeting.
EASLEY — The Dream Center, located in Easley, was the benefactor of a substantial donation from a local manufacturer and the family that has owned and operated the business for four generations.
WALHALLA – A California man was arrested Tuesday by the Oconee County Sheriff's Office after a traffic stop yielded nearly two pounds of high grade marijuana.
CLEMSON — While high school students around the nation were dreading returning to the classroom, 37 of their high-achieving peers got a jump start on the future by participating in the South Carolina Commissioner's School of Agriculture at...
CLEMSON — A Clemson University professor will tell a group of experts gathered in Bangladesh that solar panels will soon revolutionize energy production the same way computer chips brought about the information revolution.
WILLIAMSTON – End of Course scores were recently released by the State Department of Education. Anderson District One students performed well on all 2013-14 EOCEP assessments.
PICKENS — Hagood Mill will be hosting its 13th annual Storytelling Festival on Oct. 18. as part of the Mill's Music in the Mountains series.
Sandvik in Westminster strengthened its partnership with Tri-County Technical College with a $2,500 donation to the College's Engineering Technology department. The funds will support the CNC program. “We depend on the College for our...
Summer 2014 high school graduates through the Connect to College (C2C) program at Tri-County Technical College were, front row from left, Courtney N. Poore, Liberty High School; Angela V. Grassi, T.L. Hanna High School; Brenna Graham, West-Oak High...
The Fall Safety Training meeting for the Anderson County Solid Waste Department attendants was held on Sept. 16 at the Anderson County Civic Center. Department Director Greg Smith, assisted by supervisors Dean Brown, Donnie White and Joe Campbell, led...
EASLEY — The leaves have begun to change colors and the mornings are crisp, which means it's beginning to look a lot like Halloween.
ANDERSON — Anderson School District One's students at Wren High, Palmetto High and Powdersville High rank second overall in South Carolina on the nation's most recognized college entrance examination with a total of 1515, up from...
PENDLETON – Ann Hall, accounting manager for the Business Affairs Division at Tri-County Technical College, was honored Aug. 14 with the highest award given for staff excellence at the College.
WALHALLA – The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has hired Investigator Dean Brown who will work on unsolved cases. Brown was sworn in by Sheriff Mike Crenshaw on Sept. 8.
EASLEY — The Apple Gold Group, a franchisee of Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar, partnered with Powdersville High School's football team to raise over $2,300 at a recent Flapjack Fundraiser. All proceeds raised by the athletes...
ANDERSON – An Iva man was charged last weekend with trying to kill his wife and another woman as they sat in a vehicle by ramming a motorhome into the vehicle, according to the Anderson County Sheriff's Department.
CLEMSON — Dabo's All In Team Foundation announced Tuesday that it has awarded a $50,000 grant to breast cancer research taking place at the Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering (IBIOE).
DAVIDSON, N.C. — Michael Bush, the president and chief executive officer of Civitas Media, the owner of the Powdersville Post, announced Thursday he was stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
CLEMSON — The National League for Nursing has named Clemson University's School of Nursing a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education, one of the highest honors in the nursing education field.
EASLEY — Samaritan Health Clinic, under the guidance of executive director Tobias Vogel, is setting the stage to open a much needed free dental clinic as early as 2015.
ANDERSON — The Road to Jericho quilt block is designed from a quilt made from fabrics collected over several decades by Clara Webb Lindsay, in 1995.
EASLEY — United Christian Ministries is hosting its third annual Feet for Heat 5K Run on Nov. 8 at 9 a.m. out of Downtown Easley.
EASLEY — Betty Roe, director of the Intense Charter School, spoke at Easley's Rotary Club meeting on Sept. 30. Although the school is currently slated to open the doors Aug. 18 of 2015, a building site has yet to be...
CLEMSON — A rare summer cool snap may mean that fall colors in the Southern Appalachians could peak a few days sooner than normal, according to Clemson University forest ecologist Donald Hagan.
COLUMBIA — The S.C. Department of Social Services has requested an increase of $10 million in next year's budget to hire 202 new employees, but several questions surround the request and make a case for a veto by Gov. Nikki...
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