Freshwater fishing trends Mountains Area
Trout: Good. Trout fishing is still going strong. Blind trolling 30-50 feet deep in the main lake is also working, with spoons and stick baits the size of shad/herring working at first light and live bait more productive as the sun comes up. Very soon the surface bite should start and the fishing should be very strong for the next 3-4 weeks.
Lake Keowee: (unchanged from April 25)
Largemouth and Spotted Ba...
Easley Chamber of Commerce May events Thursday, May 16 @ 10:00 AM
Business of the Month Presentation at Baptist Easley Hospital
200 Fleetwood Drive, Easley
Thursday, May 23 @ 11:30 AM
Ribbon Cutting at Chuck Yeager Real Estate
223 Siloam Road, Easley (Powdersville)
Monday, May 27
Chamber office will be closed in observance of Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 28 @ 8:00 AM
Board of Directors Meeting at Easley Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday, May 29 @ 9:30 AM
125 Year A...
Solo and Ensemble Wren Middle School students received superior ratings at Solo & Ensemble Festival in Anderson onApril 26. Each year the South Carolina Band Directors Association (SCBDA) hosts a Solo & Ensemble Festival. This is an opportunity for students to perform solos or in small groups called ensembles. Student performances are rated from I-Superior, II-Excellent, III-Good, IV-Fair, to V-poor. Students earning Superior (I) and Excellent (II) ratings wil...
R.C. Edwards Middle School students win Glider Challenge Pickens County students took home top honors in the 2013 Glider Challenge on April 25.
The R.C. Edwards Middle School team, “The UFOs,” won first place in the 2013 Glider Challenge,
and the “Chicken Strips” team from the J.T. Simpson Alternative Center came in second place.
“The UFOs” team members were Clary Miles, Robert Weir, Khalil Anderson and John Robert
Ayers. The “Chicken Strips” team members were Chase Simmons and Austin Elrod...