Anderson County, SC

Northern Anderson County
Williamston
Pelzer
West Pelzer
Piedmont Public Service District
Powdersville

Piercetown/Hopewell
Belton/Cheddar

Southern Greenville County
South Greenville/Ware Place
South Greenville/Moonville

Anderson County in the news . . .

2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003

Anderson County News 2008

Election Day just days away

Ida Tucker extension Goods Cents project
Waldrep, Greer exchange words prior to personnel meeting
Lewis Road closing remains a safety issue
Anderson County Sheriffs Report

Seems to Me . . .Let them eat cake

Street relocation may pave way for grocery
Local projects on referendum
Economy affecting local development
Several cars taken by area thieves
Ethanol facility receives incentives, continues to be issue for residents
Court Clerk arrested for not paying withholding
State Chamber recognizes O’Dell
Seems to Me . . . Remembering Jerry Lee

How does the credit crisis affect us locally?
Bridge project moved further down the list
$10 million GO Bond includes eleven projects
DHEC urges shot to protect against flu
Gas availability should improve
Price gouging statute remains in effect
Judge says no live testimony from county employees
Deputies investigate incidents
Seems to Me  . . . Golden parachutes

AnMed Wellspring leaving Williamston
Deadline nearing for voter registration
Playing cards new approach to reviving cold case files
Preston seeks to prevent Council members from direct contact with staff
Capital Projects Sales Tax issue to be on Nov. 4 election ballot
Thieves strike homes
Seems to Me . . . Sinking ships
Tragedy highlighted on Inside Edition
Arson suspected in barn fires
Cheddar residents say concerns not addressed
Stump Meeting, barbecue in Belton
Jason Aldean to perform at Clemson
Steve Miller Band coming to Clemson
Broadway Lake Center actually Broadview Johnson - Receiving $900,000 in funding
District 5 Middle school rezoning reconsidered
Seems to Me . . .The big story
Waldrep reports on GOP national convention
Two arrested in Palmetto concession stand break-in
Jockey Lot fight turns up guns
Seems to Me . . . When it comes down to it  . . .
Property rezoning for District 5 middle school shot down by tie vote
Thieves working hard to get copper
Seems to Me . . . Blowing smoke
District One seniors among State’s best on SAT
Public meeting planned about ethanol facility
DHEC lagging on ethanol guidelines
Watermelon queen in Belton Labor Day
Don’t get caught in  fraudulent Internet Scam
Out of gas moped stolen from road
Seems to Me . . .When the alarm goes off
Pro cycling returns to Greenville
Railroad right of way becomes issue in proposed road closing
Homeowner says builder, inspectors did poor job
$10 million GO bond approved by County
Seems to Me . . .The latest lawsuit
Southern Crescent returns to Spring Water Festival
Powdersville residents oppose apartment complex
Three & Twenty precinct approves zoning
Waldrep addresss computer concerns
Seems to Me . . . Thinking small
Ethanol operation not in violation, DHEC says
Three & Twenty referendum Aug. 12
New Council to handle internal audit, conditions
Deputies investigate thefts
Deputies investigate assaults, vandalism to vehicles
Seems to Me . . . A hot summer
Filing opens for county offices, boards
Vietnam veteran starts local chapter
Seems to Me . . . Traffic signs
Ethanol operation raises concerns; no permit issued yet
Some pursue measure to protect horses, livestock
Vehicles damaged; tires slashed
Seems to Me . . .What's ahead for council
Allied Waste, ARL representatives meet with Big Creek residents
$10 million GO Bond issue to fund projects throughout the County
Large animal rescue care still in question
Deputies investigate incidents
Charged with tax evasion
Seems to Me . . .The sheriff’s office
Grants help equip emergency responders
Belton church fire not caused by arson
Sheriff’s Deputies investigate incidents
Seems to Me . . .Hiring policy
Detention Center guard fired after having sex with inmate
Deputies investigate incidents
County Legislative Delegation postpones CTC budget increase
Waldrep retains seat on County Council
Deputies investigate assault incidents
Seems to Me - The audit
County Council to see new faces; voters show support for C. Wilson
Alleged violations were reported on campaign disclosures
Piercetown residents go without power
Voters go to primary polls Tuesday
Court rules against writ of mandamus
C. Wilson being sued for libel
Budget amendment requires receipts for credit card transactions
State veterans cemetery dedication honors Cooper, all who served
Veterans cemetery dedicated
Graduation to be held at Littlejohn
$2 million grant to fund radios, new tower for area
Seems to Me . . .“The only person who can embarrass you is . . .”
Veterans Cemetery dedication Friday
Republicans  plan stump meeting
Vote absentee Tuesday
Budget information presented during early Council meeting
Proposed County budget increases by $25 million since April
Candidate interview Eddie Moore County Council District 3
Candidate Interview - Rick Freemantle County Council District 6
Deputies investigate assault incidents
Seems to Me . . . “I’m tired of the negativity too”
Public hearings set for Three and Twenty zoning
Republicans  plan stump meeting
Large crowd turns or to hear County Republicans debate
Anderson County Sheriff’s report
Lines drawn in solicitor race
Seems to Me . . .Kissing babies
Candidate Interview - Cindy Wilson
Coins stolen from vacuum machine
Anderson County Sheriff’s Report
County Republicans to debate May 12
Dickson hearing May 23
Blue Ridge Fest this weekend
Register by Saturday to vote in primary
Capital project sales tax moves step closer to referendum
County Council discussions being held in early meetings
Seems to Me . . . Brer Cindy’s briar patch
County budget work session focuses on animal shelter and other projects
Compensation increases indicate Preston job performance positive
Seems to Me . . .Shared responsibility (in an election year)
Family dispute turns deadly
Support EMS
Seems to Me . . . Let’s review
Strong Communities project getting national attention
FWA announces concert lineup
Municpal Association meets in Williamston
County Council clears way for CPST to be on referendum
Wilson contributes to political campaigns
Hooper to run for District 7 seat
Hearing to discuss justice barriers
Thefts, altercations investigated
Seems to Me . . .Political tidal waves
Economic development tops goals set at County Council retreat
Sales Tax Commission sets capital projects list
Police investigate incidents
Deputies investigate thefts, assault incidents
Author Ann Coulter to speak at Furman
Seems to Me . . . Fair officiating
Home school group offers support
Welcome or not? Owners paint different picture of landfill location
2008 Candidates complete filing
Swiped bank card used illegally
Seems to Me . . .Election Year politics - It could get ugly!
Voters say yes to building program
Opposition growing for Slabtown C&D landfill
Retired firefighter announces for Senate
Ordinace places auditor under administrator
House passes state budget
Tax stimulus checks should be out in May
State convention to be held in Anderson Sons of Confederate Veterans
Sarah Drawdy makes it official
Chiquola Club incident results in disorderly arrest
Project list far exceeds projected sales tax revenue
Deputies investigate roofing nails in driveway
Seems to Me . . . The balance sheet
New jail not expected to be on capital projects list
Local Capital projects list
Audit report shows room for improvements
Sheriff’s candidate brings new ideas with campaign
Rebate stimulus checks can be expected by May
Lack of oversight in county spending may be addressed
Adult baseball league now being organized
Area residents arrested in Liberty cockfight raid
Seems to Me . . . The biggest surprise
Road, sidewalk projects to be placed on capital improvement list
Michelin Boulevard likely to remain County road
Agricultural consulting not an issue for Council member
McAbee alleges Wilson profited from county related real estate deals
County Democrats to meet
Deputies investigate thefts, other incidents
Capital project tax to fund projects
Coopers donate organ to SCSDB
County Credit Card review session turns into battle of wills for two Council members, press
Seems to Me . . . Authority
Council members to review credit card receipts Wednesday
County Council chairman limits input from members, public
Man hit by irate restaurant customer
Seems to Me . . . Lead On!
Volunteer Fire Departments receive grants
New festival being planned for Pelzer
Bowen case to go before grand jury
Obama takes county, state in Democratic primary 
Hillary Clinton visits Anderson
Supreme Court hears arguments in County case
Drawdy says Solicitor position can be improved
Thieves strike homes, businesses
Family Connection asking for assistance
Tom Allen announces for County Council
Deputies investigate thefts
Manhunt ensues near county line
SC Primaries to play important role
Absentee Voting opens for primary
Democrats expect high voter turnout
Fire Station Rd. bridge reopens
County Council puts incentives for new development on hold
Deputies investigate domestic incidents
Thompson named chairman of Anderson County Council
Capital project sales tax for County
Deputies investigate incidents
Accountability remains priority for Cindy Wilson
Councilman awaits information requested under FOIA

County News 2007

Week of Dec. 26, 2007

Looking Back 2007
County Council highlights and lowlights for 2007
Use of informant not unusual situation
County Transportation Committee funds projects
Cooper, O’Dell honored  for economic development
Seems to Me  . . .How prepared are we?
Solicitor to decide if shooting incident merits prosecution
Thefts, alcohol related incidents investigated

County Delegation announces funding for local projects
Zoning killed, spending in question
Deputies investigate thefts
Counterfeit goods seized at Jockey Lot
Former POW recounts WWII

Ron Wilson drops push for zoning changes
Zoning, radio system dominate County Council meeting discussions
Deputies investigate incidents
Deputies investigate incidents
Deputies investigate counterfeit bills in trash
Beaverdam sewer line now in use
Game-ball run to raise money for M.S.
Clemson to host Fowl Fest pep rally
Seems to Me . . . Business as Usual
Local Fire District had problems with Palmetto 800 Motorola system
Deputies investigate vehicle thefts, other incidents

Council Chairman has issues with Administrator’s correspondence
Anderson Sheriff’s report
Cromer hosts fundraiser for veteran families
Ron Wilson presents check to Wren Youth
Copper wire continues as item of interest for thieves
Seems to Me . . . Just for thought . . .
Communications bid process being questioned
Is Anderson County following a competitive bid process?
Countywide recreation could receive funding from hospitality tax
Deputies investigate forgeries, smashed windshields on I-85
Seems to Me . . .Paranoia as politics doesn’t work
Hospitality tax could fund county recreation program
No charges filed in discipline incident involving police officer
Deputies tazed during arrest
Shoplifters turn themselves in after drinking stolen beer
DHEC to offer flu vaccines
Discussions continue on one cent sales tax to fund road projects, others
DHEC issues update on mosquito-borne diseases
Deputies tazed during arrest
Shoplifters turn themselves in after drinking stolen beer
WP Water tank to be monitored
DHEC to offer flu vaccines
Discussions continue on one cent sales tax to fund road projects, others
DHEC issues update on mosquito-borne diseases
PERC offers job bank for local area
Seems to Me . . .Jerry Lee
Clemson, VT game to honor military
Councilmember relates taxpayers association actions to terrorism
Charges dropped in alleged incident involving price changing
Piercetown farm recognized for 100 years
Sheriff’s report
Textile Heritage being celebrated
County water projects on five year list
Deputies arrest resident in mobile home arson
Stormwater manager named
Public invited to help manage area growth
$15 million in funding needed for countywide radio system
Thieves strike area businesses
Library fines waived for food

Future issues for county include zoning, planning
Wilson remains relentless in seeking county information
Pelzer man arrested in Piedmont break-in
Water issues, funding sources top discussion for County Council
Area continues to show growth
Wilson continues to press council for support on issues
Duke Endowment helps fund local programs
King to present waterfalls
Things not always as they appear in law enforcement
Driver reports being hit from behind on interstate
Horses seized
Block party planned for Labor Day Cycling Championships
Clemson readies for Monday game
Greer apologizes, Wilson asks for FBI investigation
ACTA calls for termination of Preston contract

Thieves strike homes, businesses
Landuse planning subject for new County committee
National cycling event returns to Greenville
Welcome Back Festival at Clemson
Special events set for first game weekend
Seems to Me  . . .The Good Old Boys

Anderson to host national SCV convention
Deputies investigate area incidents
What is the status of bridges in our state?

Deputies investigate incidents
Burkhart to serve three life sentences

County library director to retire
Deputies search for Pelzer man after assaulting father
Burkhart family express concerns about case

Council District 7 residents denied requests
Comprehensive land use plan addresses County future
Thefts, fights among incidents reported

Competitive grants  being awarded locally

Rescued pony now has new life providing therapy
Deputies investigate deaths, thefts and other incidents
Sheriff's office memo required valid driver’s license
Anderson Senior Center to present Jo Brown award
Anderson County Republican resolution cites Anderson County Council
Seems to Me . . . “The Fourth File”

Drivers will be monitored from the water, ground and sky
Sheriff renews expired license

Deputies investigate thefts
Veterans Affairs officer Terry Landers to retire
Fish art unveiled
Honea Path Mayor claims county not providing enough services
Seems to Me . . .Let the truth come out

Catergate results: no charges filed in stalking, harassment cases
Walgreens Distribution Center breaking new ground in hiring
Mayors consider road fee proposal
County taxes to increase 7.9 mils
Regional Water provider switches to safer disinfectant
Officials not saying if local guard units will be closing

Seems to Me . . . Stalking case delays justice

Several thefts investigated
Tax increase vs. fees - either way citizens will foot the bill for budget
Walgreens to show dist. center
District 6 Councilman drumming up support for road fee
Fire Station Road bridge to be replaced
Seems to Me . . . Political ponderings

Council kills landfill deal
Allegations that Allied Waste paid for trip unsubstantiated
Medical condition fabricated by fired employee
Comparison shows County has more administrative positions
Canada Datran announces facility in Piedmont
Road fee remains in County budget

O’Dell says Budget issues can be worked out
Anderson County Sheriff’s report

Stalking investigation may be nearing conclusion
Waldrep suggests hiring auditor to report to Council
FOI request to County results in arranged meeting with subject
911 call in Anderson County fails to prevent accident in Greenville
Deputies investigate racing, gas drive offs
Freedom Weekend Aloft starts Friday
Register now for farm day camp

Controversial road fee voted down
Road fee would go to pay salariesIf approved
Waldrep suggests hiring auditor to report to Council

Hartwell Dam work completed
Meet and greet Anderson Joes
Letter Carriers to pick up food items
Anderson County Sheriff’s report

County Republican Party elects new officers
Road repairs exceed $226,000

Council Chairman expresses concerns about county finances
Solicitor says jail needs attention
Court announces sentencings
Drug arrest made near Hurricane Park

Pony rescue reinforces needs
Seems to Me . . . Shedding some light

Campaign disclosures show regular contributors
Transportation Department looking for more funding
Budget proposal submitted earlier; County residents to pay more
Thieves strike homes, businesses

Property owner disputes access to TRL property
Bank robbery possibly prevented
Local photographer, Anderson Museum featured in Sandlapper
Seems to Me . . . Campaign interests
Special Olympics underway at Westside

Impact fees being discussed, studied
County explores additional fees as they ready for budget discussions
Iva officials not happy with County sewer
Deputies investigate thefts, other incidents

Seems to Me . . . Old Tricks (The cost of free information)

State will not accept Michelin Boulevard because of substandard work
Former Huey pilot says County sold too low
Deputies investigate vandalism
Tri-county  Tec plans bluegrass show

Better communication with school district among goals set by county
County to proceed with impact fee study
Seems to Me . . . The (solid waste) game

Sheriff’s office sells chopper
Animal Control ordinance fails to address problems; committee dissolved
Seems to Me . . . “The rabbit hole”

Williamston man arrested in cab driver murder
Deputies investigate thefts

Animal cruelty ordinance, blue laws get second look
Manse Jolly subject of independent filmmaker
Ware Shoals sewer line still being considered
Sheriff’s deputies investigate thefts
George Clooney
County Finance Committee looking at reporting issues
Council requires changes in reporting transfer of funds
Ron Wilson responds to email, blog attacks
EMS Board raises financial questions

Sheriff Crenshaw defends department operations
Presidential hopeful Romney visits Anderson

County officials revisit Blue Laws, sheriff’s budget loans
Waldrep memo addresses transfers
Sheriff’s Deputies investigate thefts

Whereabouts of flight simulator raises concerns
County officials look into Sheriffs budget transfers
Wilson steps into Council position

Last chance to comment on planning
Residential development strong in this part of County
State perspectives
Vandals target mailboxes
Emergency call delay results in changes
Upstate center of emerging Megapolitan area

Imagine Anderson initiative to announce findings
Blue Laws rescinded; sheriff’s office has $2.4 million deficit
County Council members hear CAFR reports

Main Street-like development planned

Copper remains a hot item for thieves
Alleged internet predator recently fired from job

County news 2006

$1.6 million paid over 8 year period - Spider bites among insurance claims
Father, son arrested in killing
Woman’s remains found near Belton
Deputies investigate theft incidents

11-year-old charged with CSC

Wilson looking into ARL host fees
Investigate shooting

Local rail line service to continue under new ownership
FILOT discussions draw comments
Wilson taking off gloves in bouts with Preston
Deputies investigate thefts, other incidents

County taking FILOT funding from schools to cover solid waste
Schools to feel effects of  FILOTs
Landfill reduction process shows promise
Subway celebrity Jared Fogle makes local appearance
Thieves strike area homes

Shoppers to enjoy sales tax holiday
PARD grants awarded
FWA ballon event moving to Simpsonville

Marcy sentenced

Deputies recover stolen 18 wheeler

No new developments in Preston stalking investigation

Cindy Wilson retains her council seat
Thieves strike across the area
County plans Veterans parade
Moore has concerns with election process
Thefts, drugs among incidents

Jean campaign outspends Wilson
Journal again topic of political campaign

SCDOT explains recent sign pickup

Bridge to honor senator O’Dell
County plans Veterans parade
Health Department readies for expansion
Sheriff seeking information
Flu Vaccines being offered
Deputies investigate vehicle, mail thefts

Residents begin vision process
Despite obstacles, Wilson continues to represent area
Bosch celebrates 100 years

Voters to have many choices

Seems to Me . . .The last card

Community asked for input on future
Sheriff names new Chief Deputy
Building purchase, clerk hiring topics of discussion
Sosebee running for school board
Freemantle running for District 1 Board
NewSpring Church making a difference
Democratic Party to meet October 7
Register by Saturday to vote
Voters to have many choices

Thieves strike area homes

Enforcement, education blitz to focus on Anderson County

Chief Deputy Busha resigns
Infrastructure projects planned

 

Driving suspension news to Chief Deputy
County officials hear comment on real estate deal
Deputies investigate area incidents
Ethics ruling leads to gag order for talk show host

Sheriff’s Deputies investigate thefts

Host fees reflect more out of county garbage
Plans announced for County expansions
Thief hits sheriff
Deputies investigate thefts
Upstate hosts national cycling championships
Hincapie wins USA Cycling Championship

Local teen featured on Jerry Lewis telethon
Rai$ing Race results

CSX abandonment of rail line denied
SC Supreme Court to hear case appeal

Candidates file for political offices

County wide initiative to help plan for future
Project funding comes from elected officials, lobbyists
Jean committed as District 7 candidate

Bonus story
Top pro riders coming to Greenville

Anderson Sheriff’s report
County bridge projects now under construction
Rai$ing Race looking for teams, volunteers

FOI case may go to Supreme Court
County Clerk, deputy clerk give insight into reassignment
Sheriff’s Deputies investigate calls
Candidates to file

County admits dumping debris along Spearman Rd.
Assistant County Clerk reassigned
Council members have concerns with Pendleton law enforcement
Deputies investigate vandalism incidents
Lunch, breakfast program policy announced by schools
Democrats plan to reunite on July 29

Wren sidewalk project delayed
FOI attorney Bender addresses   information issue
Gas drive off costs store $80
Tri-County Ride for Meals Saturday

Miss South Carolina to be crowned Saturday
Bloom stores open

Five from area are in Miss SC pageant
Wilson continues to press for information
NewSpring Band, fireworks to highlight AIM benefit
246th Army Band to perform Thursday

Bloom stores open

Deputies investigate damage to property

Wilson asks for notice of account transfers

Man arrested for assault on police officer

Wilson, Barnes face off in primary 
Dees facing challengers

Campaign filing disclosures released

Local influences contribute to brothers’ writing, performing
NeedToBreathe
Most candidate contributions not available before election
Clardy teaching at Forest College
Barnes comments on pre-election process

Syringes found in garbage can

Freedom Weekend Aloft features music, fun
Remember Leslie, support CHC at FWA

Dees hopes to continue serving Council District 6
Ron Wilson running for District Six seat
Freemantle challenging for District 6 seat
Powdersville recycling center ready for bids

Wilson platform remains the same
Wilson to appeal judges decision
Council Candidates state positions in forum
Deputies investigate various incidents

Capital projects commission to forward recommendations
Register by May 13 for primary voting
Stabbing suspect in custody
Robbery suspect in custody
Police officers, deputies investigate local incidents

Capital projects dependent on sales tax, SIB

Preston responds to questions concerning landfill, lobbyist fees

Deputies capture burglary suspect

Two charged in arson

County project priorities may be readjusted
Forum draws comments from crowd of candidates

Convenience center planned for Slabtown
County Council begins looking at budget figures
Zoning changes approved despite citizens concerns

Little Miss/Mr. Freedom Weekend Aloft Pageant planned

Welch's charges dropped

Deputies investigate Hanna bomb threat

Response incident not reflection of problems in 911 dispatch Director says
State projects may affect road wish list
Thieves hit local homes, businesses

Undercover incident continues to draw attention
Ed Jean announces for County Council District 7
Preston, Busha address harassment


Judge declines to rule on Wilson - Preston FOI issue

State budget passes full committee
County working to avoid CSX rail line abandonment
Hospital bond, others on County Council agenda 

Council member takes quest for information to next level
Council retreat focuses on projects, operations

Ballenger announces for Congress
FEMA announces ice storm disaster aid
County puts price on sewer project opposition

Joint wastewater treatment options to be discussed
Convenience Center accident claims life

Convenience center nearing completion

Deputies investigate scam, shooting and fight incidents

Deputies investigate area thefts
Access to landfill property in dispute
Documentation sparse on consulting expertise
County continues to show growth report shows
Deputies investigate assault incidents 

2005

Deputies investigate area incidents
Sheriff's office looking for suspects

Programs receive funding at expense of arts center
Council considering 1 cent sales tax for infrastructure

Survey shows officials not conducting business openly

Review of ledger reports cited as reason for delays
Wilson speaks out on recent Preston deposition

Deputies investigate thefts, missing person

Convention Center incentives receive first reading

Arts Center Warehouse readies for preview, benefit auction
Zoning, development issues raised at County Council
Property purchase price more than reported
Officers investigate thefts
Thieves target Jockey Lot vendors
Museum to host Mistletoe Market

AA bond rating highest for county
Development, zoning discussed by County
Greenville County official seeking info with FOI

Vehicle goes off Brown Road bridge
Cyclists promote cancer awareness
Deputies investigate area thefts

County discussions heat up over $7.35 million bond issue

Deputies investigate drug related incidents

Powdersville land purchase raises questions
Brown campaigns for Jessica’s Law
Deputies investigate incidents in area

Preston avoiding deposition in FOI case
County Detention Center needs expansion
AC Sheriff's report

Big Creek Landfill - From county dump to corporate asset

Clemson celebrates Strong Communities

County Council discusses zoning, drainage problem

Restaurant shooting causes local concern
Deputies investigate vehicle thefts
County considers Clemson Research Center property

DeMint speaks on issues of local interest

Deputies investigate burning vehicles
Rai$ing Race finale to benefit Calvary Home for Children

Rep. White named to Ways and Means

Tickets now available for the Rai$ing Race finale

Landowners ask for meeting on Phase 2 Sewer project
Cherokee Rd.,US 29 bridge to be replaced

Copyright ordinance for planning information defeated

Council tables Cedar Grove zoning request, chides media

Sheriff’s office continues upgrades
New auditor starting with clean slate

Sewer project study request dies for lack of second
Improvements coming to Amity Road at Hwy. 29
You can participate in the Rai$ing Race
County Attorney responds to Wilson’s agenda/legal questions
Sheriff’s office now charging for reports

Cooper elected chairman of Ways and Means Committee
Compromizes lead to budget approval
Wilson’s agenda request on sewer problems ignored

Preston, Wilson information struggle continues at meeting
Deputies investigate threats, other incidents in area

Deadline extended for Beaverdam Sewer Project corrections
County budget adjustments continue on 2nd reading

Shots fired into Pelzer home

Memorial Day Events to honor area veterans
Freedom Weekend Aloft brings balloons, concerts Memorial weekend

Summary Judge retracts endorsement of County Budget proposal
County budget recieves first reading; but not without comment

Freedom Weekend Aloft brings balloons, concerts Memorial weekend

County budget discussions tabled for further review
County budget discussions: to increase or decrease?
Deputies investigate assaults, thefts

County was notified of sewer permit violations documents show

Wrestling match results in shooting

County considering funding department budget requests
Tension continues between Floyd, Wilson during retreat

County officials say no violations on sewer project until notified

Midway Road development meets permit requirements
Legal battle continues over access to information 

Recreation checks are disbursed by Council
Deputies investigate numerous area thefts

Sheriff’s office presents budget requests to Council
Wilson continues to raise issues with County Council

DeMint applauds textile safeguard initiatives
DeMint announces sewer system grants

Foster care provider charged in infant death
Thieves strike homes, vehicles
Zoning board approves tower

 
U. S. Senator DeMint tours Anderson County

Deputies investigate thefts from vehicles
Two from area graduate State Fire Academy training
Anderson Sheriff’s report

Courthouse security issue causes concerns
Court hears arguments in Preston libel lawsuit
Freedom of Information sets policy for open government

Questions persist on sewer project permitting
Anderson County Council recognizes Taxpayers Association
Anderson Sheriff’s report

Inmate labor program continues despite earlier problems
Anderson County Sheriff’s report

County Council split over use of paving funds for West Pelzer grant match
Drivers license lawsuit settled
Anderson Sheriff’s Office report

Learn CPR and help break a world record

Sheriff’s dispatch to return to 911 Center
Planning Commission tables development on Midway Road

County Council hears reports from sheriff, others Tuesday
Party affiliation draws additional discussions
Deputies investigate thefts

Paving fund in line with other councilmembers records show
Deputies investigate several theft incidents

Stolen van recovered from Saluda River
Gracie Floyd elected County Council chair

2004

Capital expenditures needed to keep county water flowing
School District One in good financial shape auditor says

Mock exercise offers valuable experience to firefighters
Whitefield to offer Thanksgiving Meal

Sheriff-elect Crenshaw announces command staff
Solid waste controversy consumes county council
Whitefield to offer Thanksgiving Meal

County voters elect new auditor, sheriff

County auditor
Brock looking for second term as County auditor
Jackie Hunter seeking auditor’s position

Senate District 4

Jay West seeking Senate Dist. 4 Senate seat
O’Dell hopes to bring experience back to Senate

House District 9

Michael Thompson seeking re-election to House District 9
Sue Cheney challenging for House District
Douglas Taylor running for State House District 9
Two constitutional questions on ballot

Wilson opposes county debt, lack of financial information
Appell, Crenshaw face off in Anderson County Sheriff's race

Congressman, senator campaign through area

County could get new outdoor shopping mall

New voting machines to be displayed locally
Hurricane season challenges county emergency services
Sheriff's report - Thieves hit area homes, businesses

Sheriff's report -Vandals damage three commercial buildings
Sheriff's report - Authorities recover stolen vehicles

County approves Cox Rd. property rezoning request

County Council tables Joe Black Road rezoning

Lance Armstrong day July 26
Planning Commission hears local zoning requests
Three sentenced in counterfeit case

Hot air balloons, entertainment starts Friday at Freedom Weekend Aloft 
County Council split on second reading of budget
Split Council supports first reading of County budget
Wilson schedules review of county expense files
Sheriff's deputies investigate incidents
County Council discusses professional baseball team
County presents life-saving equipment

County Council discusses professional baseball team

County presents life-saving equipment

Clemson University breaks ground for automotive research campus
Winter storm brings snow to area
County Council approves air quality control proposals

County Council receives financial report card
Taylor will not seek re-election
Crenshaw announces candidacy for sheriff
Area stores report armed robberies

County Council resumes debate on QRV staffing
Williamson announces candidacy for sheriff
County Council approves incentives for Walgreens
Walgreens distribution center coming to Anderson County

2003

 

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