Police Blotter April 21: Janet Denise Abrilz was arrested for shoplifting. The arrest occurred at 130 Shangrila Drive in Easley.
April 21: Allen Joshua Marburger was arrested for possession of stolen property. The arrest occurred on Hagood Park Drive in Easley.
April 21: Glen Curtis Gaines was arrested for third degree assault and disorderly conduct. The arrest occurred at 311 Pelzer Highway in Easley.
April 21: David Marion Collins was arrest...
Hurricanes ride momentum into playoffs PIEDMONT—After capping the season with a region championship, Wren High baseball coach Randy Thompson said he believes his team is in perfect position to make a run in the playoffs.
The 19-6 Hurricanes head into the postseason with a number one seed and guaranteed home field advantage.
“We’ve had some success this year, and we’ve had some down moments that made us enjoy the success a little more,” Thompson said. “We finished up 19-6 overa...
Green Wave begins playoff push EASLEY—In a season full of ups and downs, the Easley High baseball team finds itself in a familiar position heading into the post-season.
A veteran Green Wave squad earned a 16-8 regular season record, but head coach Roger Finley said he knows the toughest games are still ahead.
“In our bracket we’ve got Northwestern, Mauldin and Laurens,” Finley said. “Needless to say that’s a pretty tough bracket.”
Easley opened the double elimination...
Unique student acitivity leads to Easley award EASLEY – Three Easley High School seniors participated in a poultry judging contest for Future Farmers of America (FFA) at the Pickens County Career and Technology Center.
The three seniors were Austyne Douglas, Kelci Sizemore, and Chapin McCombs.
“We all judged hens on their handling quality and pigmentation,” Douglas said. “We also judged their egg laying ability.”
The contest winners were determined by which team judged the poultry m...