Annual March

Rocky Nimmons/Courier Members of Pickens Presbyterian Church and Griffin Ebenezer Baptist Church joined together Monday for their 11th annual Dr. More »

Thousands gather to celebrate Tigers’ title

Pamela Dodson/Courier Clemson football players, from left, Deshaun Watson, Jay Guillermo, Ben Boulware, Carlos Watkins, Jordan Leggett and Jadar Johnson More »

MCPC presents Batchelor with annual service award

Pictured, from left, are MCPC chairman Tom O’Hanlan of Sealevel Systems, St. Jude Medical director of research and development Tom More »

Duke Energy employees volunteer for MLK Day

Duke Energy employees volunteered Monday for the national Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. SENECA — Martin Luther King More »

Annual fundraiser planned Saturday in Pickens

By Jason Evans Staff Reporter PICKENS — A concert is planned this weekend to celebrate the music of the More »

Tigers score in title game’s final second to top Alabama, earn second national championship

By Scott Adamson Courtesy The Journal TAMPA, Fla. — The reigning king of college football, Alabama, was unwilling to More »


Man arrested in Clemson thefts

CLEMSON — Clemson University announced Monday police arrested an Anderson man in connection with several thefts at R.M. Cooper Library on campus.


Richard Todd Garrison, 41, was charged with five felony counts of financial transaction card theft and five

Coal ash meeting planned Thursday

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

LIBERTY — Residents upset over the possibility of coal ash being dumped in

Rubio to appear in Easley Sunday

By Ben Robinson
Staff Reporter

EASLEY — Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a Republican presidential candidate, will host a Town Hall event at

50 years of service

50YrsAt a recent communication of Keowee Lodge No.

Morgan announces sheriff bid

By Greg Oliver

Courtesy The Journal

COUNTY — Former Pickens County assistant sheriff Tim Morgan, who served

Easley pastor asks council for support

By Ben Robinson

Staff Reporter

EASLEY — The Rev. Tracy Gantt and his wife,

Romance and chocolate for all from Birchwood

PICKENS — The poetry of romance and the perfume of chocolate await all at Birchwood Center’s annual Valentine’s Program, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 18, at the Pickens County Museum’s LaVonne Nalley Piper Auditorium at 307 Johnson St. in Pickens.

Celebrated writers-readers Tom

Eating, right?

Monday morning, I had an appointment with Dr. Matthew Roberson for my checkup.

It turns out I’m doing fine. My blood pressure was normal, despite missing taking my medicine for a few days. My arm seems to have healed, though I

Daniel duo inks with Tigers

By J.D. Elliott
Courtesy The Journal

CENTRAL — Despite playing their last four years together, Daniel High School

Four Lion seniors sign in Olympic sports

By J.D. Elliott
Courtesy The Journal

CENTRAL — Daniel High School girls’ track and field head coach Cosandar

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