R.C. Edwards Middle School students win Glider Challenge Pickens County students took home top honors in the 2013 Glider Challenge on April 25.
The R.C. Edwards Middle School team, “The UFOs,” won first place in the 2013 Glider Challenge,
and the “Chicken Strips” team from the J.T. Simpson Alternative Center came in second place.
“The UFOs” team members were Clary Miles, Robert Weir, Khalil Anderson and John Robert
Ayers. The “Chicken Strips” team members were Chase Simmons and Austin Elrod...
Best Chevrolet hires new GSM EASLEY — Keith Knoerr has been hired as the new general sales manager for Best Chevrolet of Easley.
A native of Seneca, Knoerr has spent more than 13 years in the automotive industry mainly in Georgia. He and his wife, Christie, have a daughter, Kaydence.
“We are excited to have someone with Keith’s experience and abilities on our team,” said Pete Mirante, owner of Best Chevrolet of Easley.
About Best Chevrolet:
Located on Highway 153...
Cannon Auxiliary awards Dr. John Harden Scholarship PICKENS — Ashley Nicole Fuller has been chosen as the 2013 recipient of the Dr. John Harden Scholarship. Ashley has been employed with Cannon for 9 years and is currently the Information Services Applications Manager for Cannon. While working and caring for two daughters, Ashley is also enrolled at Ashford University obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Informatics.
The Cannon Memorial Hospital Auxiliary established the Dr. John Harden S...
Congressman suggests census changes EASLEY – A proposal to reduce U.S. Census surveys is “100 percent constituent driven” and aimed at reducing invasiveness to families, U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan said last week.
Duncan, who represents several counties in the Upstate including Pickens and Anderson, was in Easley to introduce colleague Tim Scott, recently appointed U.S. senator for South Carolina.
A verbal battle developed a few days before Duncan’s visit when had proposed the le...
Lonnie Adamson Editor/General ManagerThe Pickens Sentinel