Prison ministry, industry among Feemster’s priorities 

By Jason Evans

Staff Reporter

CLEMSON — Industrial development, education and providing a home for a prison ministry at the county’s new jail top Pickens County Councilman Ensley Feemster’s priorities after he was re-elected last year.

Feemster was sworn in before council’s organizational meeting earlier this month.

“I’d like to continue a lot of the stuff we’re working on,” Feemster said. “For instance, on the prison, there was some

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