Issaqueena Festival Lonnie Adamson|Easley Progress
Hundreds visited several dozen booths in downtown Six Mile Saturday to find barbecue, crafts, home baked goods and to learn about Cherokee traditions and the ability of the Six Mile Fire Department in addition to watching local dance class students and clown acts. Kicking off the annual festival that celebrates local Native American lore was the Six Mile 6K race. Top runners are pictured.
Easley football makes spring debut EASLEY—A new look Green Wave squad is aiming for even more success in 2013.
The Easley High football team is coming off a 9-3 season in which it lost its head coach and several contributing seniors.
Current Easley Coach Grayson Howell said, however, the team still has a championship in mind.
“We’ve got a lot of kids that have some ability and I’m excited to watch them develop and grow,” Howell said. “We’re ready to get to work.”
Cancer awareness supporters, fundraiser show force LIBERTY — “People want to meet their hero. We are fortunate enough to be father and mother to ours,” said Matthew Bradley of his 6-year-old son son Campbell.
Campbell was diagnosed four days after his birth in 2007 with neuroblastoma, a tumor on his spine that in his young life affected his ability to walk and led to more than 17 surgeries.
The father spoke through tears Friday night to a gathering of hundreds of cancer survivors and thei...
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Celebrating long success Lonnie Adamson|Easley Progress
Belk in Easley will celebrate the 125 year anniversary of all Belk stores Wednesday May 29. According to Manager John Fiedler, 100 gift cards will be given away at the Easley store’s ribbon cutting ceremony 9 a.m. Fiedler said the clothing chain, once popular to downtown areas of small and large southern cities has made transitions to keep pace with changing needs in the market. The store recently announced th...