State Senate takes up ethics reform PICKENS COUNTY—Lawmakers are working to pass an ethics reform bill that would require more transparency and allow for more flexibility in policing elected officials.
With a June 6 deadline on the horizon, members of the House and Senate are hoping something is agreed on soon.
The House passed the bill last week.
“Time is of the essence, and we appreciate the House’s passage of the bill so that we can consider it and get it passed before...
Meet queens and princesses Come out and meet the Powdersville-area pageant queens and princesses representing the area in the Miss South Carolina pageant.
The Miss Powdersville Org. and Miss Powdersville Queens will be hosting a Mother Daughter Banquet Saturday at Bethesda United Methodist Church in Powdersville.
This luncheon will include a guest speaker and singer Laurie Thompson. The Director of the Miss Powdersville Pageant Michelle Ward says, “You do not want ...
2nd Annual Moonlight & Magnolias Gala ~ Enchanted Gardens CLEMSON — Join the South Carolina Botanical Garden on May 11 at 6 p.m. for Moonlight & Magnolias Gala ~ Enchanted Gardens.
This elegant casual evening of dinner and entertainment will help raise funds for the continued maintenance, growth and sustainability of the Garden.
Moonlight Magnolias will take place at the Fran Hanson Discovery Center, the former Southern Living Showcase Home located in the Garden. The evening will include a silen...
Wren falls to Eastside in district championship PIEDMONT—Despite a season full of success, top-seeded Wren High was ousted by Eastside in the district championship Saturday night.
The Wren Baseball team was unable to find the offense it needed during a crucial stretch of the game, and fell during a 4-1 battle.
The Hurricanes finish the season 21-8.
Wren would have needed to beat Eastside in consecutive games to advance past the district championship.
The senior-led squad began the ...