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Museum Director hopes Rock Art Center at mill site will be opened by end of fall.
Two entities will continue to share assets and personal in natural resources and wildlife conservation teaching, research and extension.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
Scott Allmon admits to making false statements in connection with real estate scheme
Government, Schools, Going Green
Intelligent River uses sensors to transmit environmental conditions.
National Transportation Safety Board recommends states adopt tougher standard to reduce drunk driving deaths
Former school site will be put to new use, including being used for Meals on Wheels meal preparation and housing the county's magistrate court system.
City Council, department heads now using iPads.
Committee has been formed to keep annual Dacusville festival going, with hopes for expanding it in the future.
Longtime goal of city leaders' is now complete.
Pickens County has more Medal of Honor winners per capita than any other county in the nation.
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