Covenant Players to make return performances

Drama and communications specialists called the Covenant Players are returning to Upstate South Carolina for performances centered on the themes of developing self respect, realizing one’s full potential and realizing one’s value despite age. The performances are being sponsored and promoted by Oconee County businesswoman Kathleen Kojis and are scheduled in the Oconee public schools, the Tamassee DAR School, at […]

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Dinner to celebrate Oconee agriculture

A dinner next month in OconeeCounty farm country is an annual event that draws attention to the hard work that the county’s farmers put in to produce food that winds up on the table.  The Oconee Soil and Water Conservation District Celebration of Agriculture Banquet takes place at 6:30 Thursday, November 13 in the fellowship hall of the SouthUnionBaptistChurch, and […]

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Truck flips, appliance spill out

A truck accident this week near Salem sent appliances spilling out into the roadway. Those appliances apparently were damaged so severely that they’ll never make into the homes for which they were made. 96.3/WGOG NEWS has been told Wednesday night’s  accident occurred on highway 130 several miles north of Salem and resulted in the appliance truck flipping over. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Jury verdict would have been highest ever

A plaintiff’s attorney has divulged the amount of an Oconee jury’s verdict that never made it to the official record because a settlement was reached only moments before. Gary Poliakoff, an attorney for Russell Reynolds III of Walhalla, said Judge Cordell Maddox showed the lawyers the jury form, signed by the jury foreman, showing $4 million in actual damages and […]

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Testimony completed

Fifteen witnesses testified. Hundreds of exhibits were placed on the record. Closing arguments are scheduled tomorrow morning in Plateau Excavation against Oconee County and Talbert and Bright. Once the judge lays out the law to the jury, the jurors will have the case and begin deliberating in their private room. At stake is whether Oconee and its former airport consultant […]

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Trial winding down

A civil engineer from Columbia is testifying as the last witness in the two week old lawsuit trial in the Oconee Common Pleas Court. Once John Johnson’s testimony is complete, Judge Lawton McIntosh is expected to instruct the jury to report tomorrow morning for the start of closing arguments. Johnson told defense lawyer Stephanie Burton that in his review of […]

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Pro-like cycling experience headed to Oconee

A big cycling event is headed for Oconee County next month—attracted, in part, by the distinction of one of “50 of the World’s Last Great Places” that National Geographic bestowed on the county two years ago. The Road Titans 300 is set for Friday through Sunday, November 7-9. The cyclists will embark on an ambitious ride on roads passing waterfalls, […]

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