Cruising pitch made to Walhalla leaders

Those who helped return cruising to Westminster have now approached Walhalla.  Kelly Hardy and others appeared last night at a city council meeting.  And Walhalla Police Chief Ronald Wilbanks says he thought Hardy’s idea was well received by the city leaders who were told the aimless practice of driving thru town would bring visitors to the city and sales to […]

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Cedar Creek rifle range closed temporily

Lead from gunfire may have entered a Mountain Rest stream.  The Forest Service this morning announces the temporary closing of the popular Cedar Creek rifle range inside the Sumter National Forest until maintenance and an assessment is made of erosion and the depositing of sediment into the creek.  At the direction of Forest Supervisor Rick Lint, water sampling has begun […]

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Thomas Alexander to pinch hit for Governor McMaster

Senator Thomas Alexander is the replacement speaker for tomorrow’s “State of Oconee” luncheon at the West-Oak Middle School.  He’ll take the place on the program which Governor Henry McMaster has vacated.  The new governor’s presence is required tomorrow in Charleston for the visit by President Donald Trump to the Port City.  Others who will make remarks at tomorrow’s Oconee luncheon […]

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Zoning change requested in Seneca

A City Hall hearing in Seneca will determine whether a property owner may vary from zoning regulations covering property on the 123 By-Pass.  A city official says the property is just west of the certified public accountants’ office near the overhead bridge.  The board of zoning appeals will hear property owner Jerald Wilbanks’ request at 6 o’clock.

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Arrest made in four-month old Walhalla case

Georgia law enforcement authorities arrested a 26-year old man whom the Walhalla police have been looking for since November. Walhalla Capt. Paul Harris said the local police department entered the name of Elberton resident Cory Frederick Maxwell into the National Crime Information Center and word came this week that Elbert County authorities apprehended Maxwell, who has waived extradition to South […]

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Power lines fall on By-Pass 123

Seneca’s Keowee Kleaners lost electric power service in a traffic accident at mid-afternoon yesterday that caused lines to fall across parts of the 123 By-Pass.  One westbound lane closed for hours as city utility crews responded.  Police Capt. Robert Tribble said there was no immediate explanation as to why a mini-van veered off the westbound lanes and hit a utility […]

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Jack W. Burrell

    Seneca, SC — Jack W. Burrell, 82, husband of Frances Mary Loudermilk Burrell, of 307 North Hampton Road, Seneca, passed away Wednesday, February 15, 2017, at Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Friday, February 17, 2017, at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow at Oconee Memorial Park with […]

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