NRC names new inspector at Oconee Nuclear

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Atlanta named Jason Parent today as a resident inspector for the Oconee Nuclear Station.  At the three-unit site licensed to Duke Energy, Parent joins Senior Resident Inspector Eddy Crowe and Resident Inspector Natasha Childs.  Each operating U-S commercial nuclear plant site has at least two government inspectors.  They serve as the agency’s eyes and ears, […]

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Arrest alleges arson and attempted murder

A 27-year old Walhalla man has been arrested today on charges of arson and attempted murder.  The arrest by the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, with help from the Fugitive Task Force of SLED, sent to jail Joshua Charles Campbell.  Capt. Greg Reed of the Sheriff’s Office released this statement:  “Deputies responded to a single home fire on Forest Drive in Seneca […]

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Josephine Bennett

        Josephine Greer Bennett, 87, widow of the late Verner Bennett, 128 Doe Lane, passed away Monday, March 1, 2016 at Lila Doyle Nursing Care.  A funeral service will be held 2 pm, Friday, March 4, 2016 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church.  The family will receive friends from 1-2 prior at the church.  Burial will follow in […]

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Mayor pledges to improve handicap access

Mayor Danny Edwards says he has started discussion with Walhalla’s engineers to look for ways to improve access for the handicap in the downtown.  After a resident last night pointed out a lack of handicap ramps as part of Streetscape work, Edwards made this statement:  “There is going to be 8 handicap parking spaces on the 4 block area of […]

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Choir performs at famed Charleston church

The concert choir from Southern Wesleyan University in Central traveled to Charleston for a performance at the downtown church where a man shot and killed nine people last summer.  The Southern Wesleyan choir, directed by Dr. Don Campbell, professor of music, performed gospel selections during Sunday morning services at Mother Emanuel AME Church in downtown Charleston.  It was the first […]

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Chase from Walhalla to Salem ends with arrest

A police chase from the Walhalla area to the Salem area ended with the arrest of the driver and four charges filed.  The chase yesterday afternoon over nearly 18 and a half miles started in the vicinity of SC 28/the Highlands Highway at Playground Road covered several rural roads and ended on the Choehee Valley Road when stop sticks laid […]

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Streetscape lacks handicap ramps

In planning Walhalla’s $2 million dollar Streetscape, someone apparently forgot about the handicapped.  A Walhalla resident urged the mayor and council last night to make amends.  Terry Havice said, “Look at it.”  She made reference to the lack of handicap ramps in front of parking spaces.  Other than handicap ramps in front of Pete’s and across Main Street in front […]

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Mayor recommends horticulturist/master gardener

A committee of Walhalla council members approved Mayor Danny Edwards’ recommendation for the city to hire a part time, temporary worker to care for the trees, the flowers, and the shrubbery that’ll be planted as part of Streetscape.  The committee’s recommendation is subject to a vote by the full city council.  The idea, as explained by Edwards last night, is […]

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