Lyman residents voted in favor of changing the town’s form of government last week during a special election.
Of the 2,139 registered voters in Lyman, nearly 20 percent cast ballots in the special election on Aug. 12 in response to referendum regarding a change of government.
Greer Police say a child from Main Street Daycare in Duncan was left at Kid’s Planet in Century Park last week.
Greer Police say a Duncan daycare left a 3-year-old girl at Kid’s Planet in Century Park last week.   Authorities were alerted last Thursday afternoon when a woman noticed a young girl had been left alone for more than an hour.
Last week, 40 individuals with disabilities took a step toward independence, learning how to ride a bike during the iCan Bike program, presented by Eastside YMCA. The program took place at Taylors First Baptist Church.
Because of their persistence, and with the assistance of nearly 80 volunteers, 40 individuals with disabilities took a step toward independence as part of the iCan Bike program. The program teaches people 8-years-old and older how to ride a bicycle without training wheels through a five-day program.
More than 40 competition cookers will test their skills in downtown Greer this weekend at the annual Sooie’t Relief BBQ Benefit. The free event, benefiting Greer Relief, is set for Friday, Aug. 22 from 6–10 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 23 from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. on Trade Street.
Blue Ridge and Riverside will not meet up in the regular season, but the teams scrimmaged last week after the cancellation of the FCA Jamboree. Both the Warriors and the Tigers will participate in The Ridge Jamboree this weekend.
Blue Ridge and Riverside met on the gridiron last week, focusing on last minute preparations before each team sees its first regular season action on Aug. 29.
David Atchley
With a new school year comes many new faces. At Greer Middle College, a few of those faces are in administration, including David Atchley, the interim executive director. The school also has an interim principal, Jimmy Armstrong and interim assistant principal, James Dillard. Atchley plans to heavily focus on fundraising.
Lyman residents voted in favor of changing the town’s form of government last week during a special election.
Greer Police say a child from Main Street Daycare in Duncan was left at Kid’s Planet in Century Park last week.
Last week, 40 individuals with disabilities took a step toward independence, learning how to ride a bike during the iCan Bike program, presented by Eastside YMCA. The program took place at Taylors First Baptist Church.
Blue Ridge and Riverside will not meet up in the regular season, but the teams scrimmaged last week after the cancellation of the FCA Jamboree. Both the Warriors and the Tigers will participate in The Ridge Jamboree this weekend.
David Atchley

Sports

The Byrnes defense forced several turnovers last Friday night during its 21-6 victory over Greer. The two teams met during a scrimmage at the Byrnes Jamboree.

Greer’s relatively young football team learned a few lessons Friday night at the School of Hard Knocks.  Better known as the Byrnes Jamboree, the two quarters of competition resulted in a 21-6 thra

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David Atchley

With a new school year comes many new faces. At Greer Middle College, a few of those faces are in administration, including David Atchley, the interim executive director.

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Obituaries

Maxine Lee Southern went to meet our Lord and Savior on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2014. She passed peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family.

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