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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 jevans@thepccourier.com 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 scott@upstatetoday.com TAMPA, Fla. — The reigning king of college football, Alabama, was unwilling to More »

 

Chamber honors Pickens Senior Center

PICKENS — The Greater Pickens Chamber of Commerce recently congratulated the Pickens Senior Center for being its Chamber Member of the Month. The Senior Citizens of Pickens Inc. is a non-profit organization founded on the principles of securing a permanent meeting place for the seniors of Pickens. The organization also seeks to

In fall, my fancy turns to bulbs

The tulip bulbs arrived this week, and once again I have high hopes for the spring. Maybe this year will be the year the vermin don’t eat the bulbs before there’s even a chance of seeing the blooms.

On the theory that they

Courier Letters to the Editor 10-26-16

The Pickens County Courier gladly accepts letters to the Editor. Letters must be no longer than 500 words. All letters must be signed, including first and last name, address and phone number in order to be considered for publication. Only the name and city where you reside will be printed. Submission does not guarantee publication. We

Courier Community Calendar 10-26-16

• Legion Post 67 seeks members

American Legion Post 67 in Liberty is accepting applications for membership from all U.S. military wartime veterans.

For more information, call (864) 787-2322.

• Pickens Lions plan meetings

Courier Legals 10-26-16

The publisher shall only be liable for an amount less than or equal to the charge for the space of the item in error in the case of errors in or omissions from any advertisement, and only for the first incorrect insertion.

Courier Notice to Creditors 10-26-16

The publisher shall only be liable for an amount less than or equal to the charge for the space of the item in error in the case of errors in or omissions from any advertisement, and only for the first incorrect insertion.

Courier Trespass Notices 10-26-16

In the state of South Carolina, trespass after notice is a misdemeanor criminal offense prohibited by section 16-11-620 for the South Carolina Code. Those who enter upon the lands of others without the permission of the owner or manager shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor trespassing. All persons are hereby notified and warned not to hunt, fish, cut timber or trespass in any manner whatsoever upon the lands of the undersigned:

Courier Classifieds 10-26-16

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Daniel/Pickens varsity football game moved back one week

Pickens – With low country football games being pushed back because of the effects of Hurricane Matthew, some upstate games are being pushed back as well to conform to new playoffs dates.

D.W. Daniel Head Coach Jeff Fruster confirmed on Wednesday that

Solicitor forms domestic violence council

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

goliver@upstatetoday.com

COUNTY — Last month, the new Violence Policy Center study dropped South Carolina from first to fifth nationally when it comes to the number of women murdered by men.


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