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Six Mile resident Hicks wins Ms. Wheelchair SC

LIBERTY — The Pickens County Performing Arts Center hosted the 2024 Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina competition, and a familiar face took home the crown.

Kathryn Hicks, of Six Mile, took first place at the competition winning the crown over four other disabled South Carolinians. Hicks will now travel throughout

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Red Devils to take on Chesnee for upper state championship

By Bru Nimmons
Sports Editor
bnimmons@thepccourier.com

LIBERTY — The Liberty Red Devil wrestling team took two big steps toward defending their Class 2A wrestling championship over the last few days by taking down Landrum and Ninety Six to open the wrestling duals playoffs.

With those wins, the Red Devils will now have to travel to Chesnee on Wednesday to take on the top-ranked Eagles for the upper state

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Make your own fruit and veggie chips

Courier Comics. Puzzles and Games 2-7-23

Sheriff candidates speak at summit

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter
jevans@thepccourier.com

EASLEY — Five candidates vying to be Pickens County’s next sheriff had a chance to take their messages to the people last week

The Pickens County Republican Club held a summit for the county’s sheriff hopefuls on the evening of Jan. 25 at United Wesleyan Church in Easley.

The event was not a debate, but gave each candidate — Tommy Blankenship,

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SC High School League announces regions for 24-26 athletic seasons

By Bru Nimmons
Sports Editor
bnimmons@thepccourier.com

COLUMBIA — With classification appeals in order, the South Carolina High School League announced region alignments for the next two years for its members last week with plenty of changes in order for Pickens County schools.

After being in different classifications since 2020, Daniel High School and Pickens

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Green Wave survive Berea for crucial region victory

By Bru Nimmons
Sports Editor
bnimmons@thepccourier.com

EASLEY — Taking on a scrappy Berea team, the Easley boys’ basketball team to keep it’s momentum going after a win over rival Pickens the previous week.

The Green Wave used a hot start to take the lead and they held it from there to take down the Bulldogs to take sole possession of fourth place in Region 1-4A in a

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Soups to come home for

Courier Comics, Puzzles and Games 1-31-24

CALLING ALL MODEL TRAIN FANS!

CENTRAL — The Central Railway Museum, located at 108 Werner Street in Central, is open for model train enthusiasts of all ages on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. In addition, the museum is open by reservation to home

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