Four Easley seniors attend science event at state capital EASLEY — Four Easley High School seniors were selected by Science Department Head, Jan Burroughs, to attend the Role Models in Medicine at USC’s Medical University Center in Columbia.
“The four seniors I selected were Lauren Williams, Dane Weyman, Julia Gates, and Hunter Dodd,” Burroughs said. “I chose them based on their performance in class and their interest in going into the medical field.”
Burroughs started the Anatomy and Physiology...
Voice opinions at Town Hall meeting Anderson County Councilman Ken Waters has organized a Town Hall meeting for County Council District 6 Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
It will be held at Powdersville Library 4 Civic Court
Discussion is expected on use of hospitality tax money and a proposal for subsidized housing in Powdersville.
“This is an opportunity for district 6 residents to share their concerns and suggestions,” said Anderson County Councilman Ken Waters. “...
Lifelong Pickens County resident leaves lasting impact EASLEY—Most Easley residents will remember Garnet Barnes for his lasting impact on the community, but others remember him for his friendship.
“He was a good close friend of mine,” Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell said. “We spoke often at Joe’s coffee shop (Joe’s Ice Cream morning crowd that gathers for coffee) and this is just a tremendous loss for the City of Easley.”
Born in Pickens County in 1924, Barnes attended Easley High School where he ...
Easley loses long-time entrepreneur, friend EASLEY—James “Jim” Findley played a key role in important economic growth in Easley, but will likely be remembered for a relentless work ethic and “put-others-first” attitude.
“He had a huge influence on the way Easley Combined Utilities expanded,” Easley Mayor Larry Bagwell said. “He was always moving forward and was a very sharp individual.”
Born in Anderson in June of 1931, Findley was called to active duty in 1955 where he served in t...