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Past articles by Mike:

Irma: How much damage did storm cause in Pickens County?

Irma left over 20,000 homes in the dark around Pickens County. County and utility crews began clearing fallen trees and downed power lines Tuesday. → Read More

Anderson City Council calls off meeting; city offices to be open

Anderson city offices will be open Monday, but the city council has postponed its 6 p.m. meeting until next week. → Read More

Hurricane Irma refugee shelter opens at Civic Center of Anderson

The Civic Center of Anderson opened its doors Sunday at noon to Hurricane Irma refugees. → Read More

Pickens County, Easley officers struck during traffic stop

A passing vehicle struck two Easley police officers and a Pickens County deputy Thursday night during a traffic stop. → Read More

Oconee students hurt in Clemson bus wreck

Two students and a driver were taken to the hospital after a school bus wreck Thursday night. → Read More

Pendleton downtown work finally getting underway

Plans to brighten Pendleton's downtown area around the Village Green are finally turning into reality. → Read More

Robbery arrest made with citizens' help, says Pendleton chief

The citizens of Pendleton were credited with an assist Tuesday night by Police Chief Doyle Burdette. → Read More

10 of Pickens County's top attractions

Want to get away? Pickens County has a plethora of outdoor and indoor attractions to enjoy. Here 10 of the top places to visit in Pickens County: 1. Table Rock State Park off Scenic Highway 11 is the trailhead for the Foothills Trail through the wilderness along the Blue Ridge Escarpment. The park features hiking trails of varying difficulty levels, a campground, cabins, a renovated lodge and… → Read More

Clemson gets another high-end hotel

Clemson visitors have a new, boutique hotel to stay in and Clemson University students will get scholarship help out of it. → Read More

Pickens County overhauls tourism, attractions

Jay Pitts has been busy since May reimagining Pickens County's tourism efforts. → Read More

Two vie to replace Liberty mayor this November

Liberty is one of the few spots in the county than will have a contested election, along with Central, Norris and Pickens. → Read More

Coroner rules homicide in Easley man's death in PCSO custody

Coroner Kandy Kelley said Randall Dale Scruggs, 42, died of aspiration May 28 while in the custody of the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

Seneca stabbing victim dies in surgery

Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said Thomas “Tony” Mark, 53, was stabbed in Seneca Thursday night, but he did not specify under what circumstances. → Read More

Homeland Park trailer fire kills teen

A young man is dead after trying to retrieve his cell phone from a burning trailer in Homeland Park overnight. → Read More

Pickens County has eclipse plans for students, parents

The schools will do special lesson plans that day, but parents can pickup up their kids early if they choose to. → Read More

Citizens ask Clemson council to pause construction

Petitioners want a pause on new construction in the city, citing worries about the student housing boom and ongoing traffic and parking headaches. → Read More

Clemson hotel rebrands, refocuses on emerging market

Another Clemson hotel is targeted business travelers and millennials, this one after a nearly two-year remodel and rebrand. → Read More

Judge orders Pendleton mill owner to sell

An Anderson County judge has ordered Pendleton Oil Mill owner John Sitton to pay $77,441.64 to a contractor hired to clear the derelict site. → Read More

Fire changes looming for Pickens County

Pickens County officials want to streamline fire and emergency management, which could lead to lower homeowners insurance bills. → Read More

CAT director leaves impressive legacy

Clemson Area Transit started as a few diesel buses to serve the city and campus; it is on the verge of becoming an all-electric fleet serving more places and rides are free. → Read More