Jerry Griffin

Jerry Wilson Griffin, 76, of Greenfield Road, Westminster died Wednesday at his home. He was the husband of Balbina Matta Griffin. Graveside services will be 6 p-m Friday at Heritage Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Gentiva Hospice, 15 Brendan Way, Suite 100, Greenville, SC 29615. Condolences may be expressed by visiting www.sandiferfunalhome.com. Sandifer Funeral […]

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Dessie Roach Pelfrey Dickerson

Dessie Roach Pelfrey Dickerson, 83, died Thursday at the Cottingham Hospice House. She was twice married, first to the late Jack R. Pelfrey and lastly to the late Ed Dickerson. Graveside services will be 3 p-m Monday at Holly Springs Baptist Church Cemetery. The family receives friends at the Sandifer Funeral Home from 1 to 2:30 p-m prior to the […]

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Janice Morris Hall

Janice Morris Hall, 75, of 920 White Cut Road, Walhalla died Friday at her home.  She was the wife of Robert Lamar Hall.  The funeral will be 2 p-m Monday at Davenport Funeral Home with burial to follow in Oconee Memorial Park.  The family receives friends from 6-8 p-m Sunday at Davenport Funeral Home. Flowers are accepted.  Family members are […]

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Streetscape enters new phase

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Concrete work on Walhalla Streetscape has been greeted as a welcome sight—an indication of a new phase started by the general contractor, Hutch ‘N Son.  “We’re trying to do some re-construction, getting some curb down and getting some stone down.  It’ll be a little while before we’ll see some asphalt,” said Danny Hutchinson.  Street level grade changes and the pace […]

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Hot and dry, yet the lakes are up

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We’re hearing that word again—-drought.  Yet our lakes seem to be full of water.   Barbara Wilson of Walhalla can’t explain that, but offered a theory today.  The weather observer believes that a lot of rain that falls in Oconee County or in the watershed feeding the man-made lakes misses her official recording station on her farm near the city limit.  […]

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Clemson students reveal design for portable stage

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Six Clemson students in architecture, construction science and management and landscape architecture roll out their design for a new, portable community arts stage tomorrow in Asheville, North Carolina.  The unveiling is set as part of a festival in PackSquarePark.  The “U-Leaf” Community Stage is described as an unfolding, mobile stage that performers will use in the festival, and afterward the […]

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What do the kids like most about their new school?

On a blistering, hot summer’s day, with nearly three weeks of summer play remaining, Walhalla Municipal Pool was filled with swimmers.  Meantime, some of the teachers for the swimmers were busy behind their desks preparing for August 18 and the start of school.  Some Walhalla High students who’ve seen the new school they’ll be attending have already picked out what […]

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Question points to the “elephant in the room”

Everything seemed to be going smoothly on one of the Seneca Rotary Club’s tours of the new WalhallaHigh School when one Rotarian asked a question to which a school district official begged off.  After seeing some of the impressive features that $54 million dollars buys, the Rotarian’s question was, “This is built for Tamassee-SalemHigh School students, right?”  

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