COUNTY — After weeks of uncertainty over which candidates would be on the ballot for this week’s primaries and even a last-ditch federal lawsuit filed by five state candidates earlier this week, Tuesday’s South Carolina primary elections went off as scheduled in Pickens County, albeit with what election officials called “very low turnout.”
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COUNTY — Not a single person signed up to speak regarding the School District of Pickens County’s 2012-2013 General Fund Budget (GFB) during a public hearing at Monday night’s scheduled SDPC board meeting.
EASLEY — Two people are dead following a head-on collision on S.C. 183 Sunday morning.
Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley said that Darrell Foster McCoy Sr., 52, and Nancy Marie Seal, 65, were both pronounced dead at the scene from blunt force trauma. Both victims were from Easley.
Seniors from all four Pickens County high schools received their diplomas Saturday in graduation ceremonies at Littlejohn Coliseum in Clemson. For a complete list of graduation classes, honors and awards for each school, check out the Courier’s annual Graduation section inside this week’s paper. To view or purchase many more photos from all four ceremonies, visit www.boltonphoto.com.