If needed, Wayne McCall will foot the bill!

At the Oconee County Council table last night there was discussion about the need for better communications for the operations staged in Walhalla by the Joseph Sullivan Nursing Center of Clemson University.  Once a week, the university’s nursing division provides free health services to those who can’t afford them from an office in the former health department in Walhalla.  But […]

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Stepped up anti-litter effort requested

  “Let’s talk trash” is how a Seneca area resident began her remarks last night to the Oconee County Council. Elaine Masceri was able to engage council members about the need to do more than what’s now done to combat the countywide litter problem.  One councilman, Paul Cain, said he will request increased deputy patrols in the area of Wells […]

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Mary Rogers Brunson

Walhalla, SC— Mary Rogers Brunson, 89, wife of the late John E. Brunson, Sr., of 120 Autumnwood Lane, Apt 19E, Walhalla, passed away Tuesday, February 7, 2017, at GHS Cottingham Hospice House. The family is at their respective homes. Davenport Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.      

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Probable cause for plane crash may be imminent

A federal investigator says the probable cause for the 2015 small plane crash that killed four men near Westminster likely will be released soon.  Ralph Hicks of the National Transportation Safety Board tells 101.7/WGOG NEWS, “I am currently writing the factual report for the investigation.  I expect it and the Board’s probable cause report to be released soon.”  The 71-year […]

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Defendant advised of his right to testify

An Oconee General Sessions trial defendant will take the lunch break to decide if he will testify in his defense.  At the noon hour today, the prosecution completed its case against Sonny Sloan Peay, and now it’s up to Peay as to whether he will take the stand.  According to what defense attorney Frank Jackson told Judge Scott Sprouse, his […]

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Support for water research projects among Clemson requests

Clemson University administrators told a state House Ways and Means subcommittee that they favor expanding water research capability so state agencies and municipalities have the information they need to make sound water-policy decisions. George Askew, vice president of Clemson Public Service and Agriculture, told the subcommittee that a complete understanding of the state’s water resources was the only way to […]

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Mistrial declared

Oconee General Sessions Judge Scott Sprouse declared a mistrial this morning in the state’s case against Reginald Bernard Smith of Westminster.  A jury was drawn yesterday to hear the charges against him:  resisting arrest and posession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.  The trial was held up as Smith, with the jury out of the courtroom, tried to plead guilty.  […]

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Park Ranger Campbell speaks Thursday

This month’s business forum of the Oconee Economic Alliance is bringing in a speaker from the U-S Army Corps of Engineers.  The public is invited to hear Sandy Campbell, who manages the boat dock permit and real estate programs.  Her talk will be 8 o’clock Thursday morning at Thrift Development on the Bountyland Road.  

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