Traffic devices being moved

The contractor will move traffic devices on Walhalla’s Main Street today—-to prepare for the start of demolition on the south side of the street at Main and Catherine.  That demolition work is to begin on Monday.  According to contractor Hutch ‘N Son, it hopes to affix additional lane striping this afternoon.   VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Grant request comes thru for Westminster

An outside government grant will allow Westminster to upgrade transformers in the city’s electrical system.  Coming Westminster’s way is a grant of $81,250 from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.  “This project is part of our effort to upgrade all of our old 2,400 volt transformers so we can switch to the more efficient 7,200 V circuit,” according to […]

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College Application Month a success in Oconee

early acceptance SHS, rotated

Typically the month of October is a time that school districts organize visits by colleges, help with applications, and encourage students to take advantage of the fee application waivers that some institutions offers at this time.  The school district is reporting numbers of students at the county’s four high schools who are interested in college.  West-Oak designated one week to […]

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Charges to be filed alleging domestic violence

Law enforcement officers are pursuing warrants against a 50-year old man taken into custody as a suspect in a domestic violence incident early yesterday near Townville.  The Oconee Sheriff’s Office responded to reports of a disturbance on Timberlake Drive and later apprehended the man and confiscated a knife in the Tokeena Crossroads area.   VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Ingeborg Theresia Wood

Ingeborg Theresia Wood, 78, of 506 Cedarwood Lane, West Union died Thursday at North Greenville Hospital, Travelers Rest.  She was the wife of R-Q Wood.  Graveside services will be 2 pm Sunday at Oconee Memorial Park.  The family receives friends from 12:30-1:30 pm, prior to the service at Davenport Funeral Home.  Flowers are accepted.  The family is at the residence. […]

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Seneca opens a new museum


Seneca officially opened the city’s museum to celebrate African-American history and culture, and the crowd that gathered today was large enough for the city to close a section of W-S 2nd Street.  The museum is named for the late Bertha Lee Strickland, who worked as the housekeeper for the Lunney family, for whom the city’s one other museum is named.  […]

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“Feed Your Farmer” next week

Farmers feed us.  But next week the FFA at Seneca High, with help from a handful of food service outlets, will feed farmers.  All Oconee County farmers are invited to enjoy a free BBQ lunch from 11 a-m to 2 p-m Tuesday, November 24 at Seneca High School.  Farmers may eat-in or take-it-to-go.  The free lunch is a chance to […]

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Schools have plan for inclement weather

Oconee School District has a plan to deal with inclement weather and how it impacts class schedules.  “When there is a potential of hazardous driving conditions, administrators will visually check road conditions in each attendance area.  Officials may also consult Oconee County Emergency Management and law enforcement to assess driving conditions.  Any decision to delay or cancel will be made […]

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