You can help in South Carolina’s time of need

For those who want to help with disaster efforts, the best way is to make a monetary contribution to one of the many Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOADs).  The agencies are listed on South Carolina’s Emergency Management Division’s website:  http://www.scemd.org/recovery-section/donations-and-volunteers. Cash, which can be used immediately in response to a crisis, allows organizations to purchase or provide exactly what […]

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2015 numbers for Walhalla Pool

On the average, the Walhalla Municipal Pool accommodated 80 swimmers a day last summer.  Staff counted one adult and 63 children taught to swim.  Depending on the day of the week,15-25 people took part in the exercise classes.  The numbers were reported by Mayor Edwards during last night’s meeting of Partners for Progress.  

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Priorities and needs for Walhalla

Partners for Progress have settled on what they consider to be the top four needs and priorities for Walhalla.  The four top stores which should be Walhalla’s goal were announced during last night’s Partners meeting.  They are German restaurant, coffee shop, outfitter and hotel.  The following three investments are being recommended “(1) Professional City Planner/Manager/Funding Coordinator, (2) Master Plan to […]

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Theft at Applewood Shopping Center store

If you can provide information that helps solve a recent crime at a store near Seneca, you can qualify for a cash reward through Oconee County Crime Stoppers.  The Sheriff’s Office calls what happened September 9 at the Seneca Game Stop at the Applewood Shopping center a case of shoplifting.  A customer presented a credit card to pay for a […]

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Seneca and Clemson crime suspects held out of state

Two persons, identified by the Seneca police as crime suspects, are being held by authorities in a small Pennsylvania town near the New York border.  An announcement from Seneca Chief of Police John Covington states that John Michael Watkins Jr. of Westminster and a 16-year old passenger were arrested in Hawley, Pennsylvania and are to be extradited to face charges […]

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All autopsies completed

The Oconee coroner has announced autopsies on the bodies of all four plane crash victims have been completed.  Yesterday’s autopsies showed Tony Elliott died of chest trauma and a fractured neck.  Scott Bibler died of chest trauma.  Coroner Karl Addis says the manner of the deaths of all four victims is classified accidental.    

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