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Looking Back at 2015 . . .

Another year gone by. The following Year in Review reflects news and event highlights reported in The Journal for 2015:

JANUARY

Jan 7 – Chick-fil-A opened in Powdersville bringing 60 new jobs.

Work was underway at the Lee Steam Station which had burned coal to produce electricity for more than six decades. It was recently retired as the last coal fed steam plant in South Carolina. In addition to upgrades at the facility, Duke prepared to begin work on a new W. S. Lee Natural Gas Combined Cycle Facility. The project includes construction of a $500 million dollar gas-fired plant. An equally important $100 million dollar ash removal program will be underway.

The Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center earned the designation, “Southern Region” Complex of the Year by the Independent Sports Association during their annual conference.

News April 2015

News March 2015

News March 2015

 District One students heading to national competitions
CTC Plant Sale begins next week – Apr. 6-30
Tucker Hipps case assigned to unsolved crimes

News Week of Feb. 25, 2015

News January 2015

News January 2015

News November, 2014

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News October 2014

News September, 2014

News Week of Sept. 10, 2014

News Week of Sept. 10, 2014

One injured – McNeely Road
I-85 fatality
One injured – Hwy. 86 Piedmont
Two home invasions reported in Powdersville
CERT to offer emergency prepardness classes
Anderson County taking steps to clean up State’s ranking on litter
Tree workshop planned
Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

News Week of Sept. 3, 2014

News Week of Sept. 3, 2014

News Week of Sept. 3, 2014

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