Seneca to announce headline festival act

Seneca leaders this morning will announce the headline act for the city’s next outdoor festival. During a meeting last night of the mayor and the council, Events Coordinator Riley Johnson described the type of musical act, but he said the official announcement will be made on “Coffee Talk” to air at 8:30 this morning on 94.1 The Lake.

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Oconee to hire staff attorney

Three Oconee County council members want the county administrator to be able to access legal advice from an attorney with an office in the county’s Pine Street administrative complex. And their wishes carried last night, as the council decided on a 3 to 2 vote to create the job of staff attorney. Council members McCall, Cain, and Cammick voted yes, […]

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Day one for Oconee General Sessions trial

The display of the crime scene photographs and the testimony of a medical examiner helped draw to a close the first day of the State’s case against Westminster area resident Adam Burdette. He’s charged with murder in the shooting death in 2013 of Seneca resident Evan Tyner. However, Burdette’s attorney gave indications that the defense will pin its case on […]

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Videos shown of robbery and pool vandalism

The Walhalla police are drawing attention to video surveillance in the hope that it will lead someone to come forward with information that can help solve two crimes that have rocked the County Seat. They were reported three days apart. Chief Ronald Wilbanks this morning narrated a video recording which showed in progress the February 9 robbery of the Corner […]

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Sheriff’s Office stands ready!

Mindful that another potential, heavier snow is on the way, Oconee Sheriff’s Office has positioned itself to be ready to assist the public. “If anyone is in need of law enforcement assistance in the county, please contact the Sheriff’s Office and we will respond to those calls,” says Sheriff Mike Crenshaw. “If you have a medical emergency, please call 911 […]

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A morning to try out the sleds!

A moderate snowfall has given Oconee County the look of a rare winter wonderland. And the spectacle has not been lost on some of the young at heart. A handful of them have assembled on the grounds of the hilly Walhalla Community Depot at Kaufman Square to go sledding. Depending on where you are the accumulation is ranging between three […]

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Transition going well, Hunter Kome says

Oconee Memorial Hospital and its new owner, the Greenville Health System, have yet to be able to mesh their separate financial accounting systems, but the transition is going well, according to Hunter Kome. The president of the Oconee Medical Campus of GHS told the Oconee board of directors last night, “We’re having a good year financially. Volumes have been outstanding.” […]

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Reward money still out there!

Crime Stoppers of Oconee and BASF are still offering reward money for information on the loss of precious metals from the plant near Seneca. The posted reward is up to $2 thousand dollars for information that leads to the recovery of the metals and materials, as well as potential arrests in any of the cases. In September last year, $12 […]

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