Joseph “Joe” A. Tinoco

Joseph A. Tinoco, 84, of 316 Ravens View Drive, Seneca died Saturday at GHS Cottingham Hospice House.  The funeral will be 11 am Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will take place at 11 am Wednesday at M-J “Dolly” Cooper Veterans Cemetery, Anderson.  The family receives friends from 6-8 pm Monday at Davenport Funeral Home. In place of flowers, […]

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Streetscape work today!

At the start of the work week, the contractor for Walhalla Streetscape plans to continue wiring the underground on the north side of Main Street and start underground electrical work on the south side between Catherine and Spring streets.  Hutch ‘N Son also intends to pour additional concrete driveways on the north side of Main Street.   VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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“Facts, opinions and recommendations”

Facts, opinions and recommendations are to be given in a Walhalla meeting tonight as to what kinds of trees should be planted in the new medians downtown.  Richard Harper will lay out for the Partners for Progress the research done by the group’s commitee.  The meeting takes place at 6:30 at the Depot.   VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Jail tours start tomorrow

Public tours of Oconee’s new jail begin tomorrow morning, and Sheriff Mike Crenshaw invites everyone to have a look at what was once called “the biggest building the county will ever build.”  It sits on the grounds of the Oconee Law Enforcement Center on S. Church Street in Walhalla.  Tours tomorrow take place 10 a-m to noon and 3 to […]

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Betty Durham

Betty Dickson Durham, 73, of 1556 Dr. John’s Road, Westminster died Saturday at her home.  She was the widow of Warren Phillip “Phil” Durham.  A graveside service will be 11 am Wednesday at First Baptist Memorial Park.  The family will be at the residence where they will receive friends.  Flowers accepted.  Memorials may be made to GHS Hospice of the […]

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Hoyt Henry Burton

Hoyt Henry Burton, 81, of 515 Burton Memorial Drive, Westminster died Saturday at his home.  He was the husband of Meredith Phillips Burton.  The funeral will be 2 pm Tuesday from the chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home.  The family receives friends from 6-8 pm Monday at Sandifer Funeral Home.  Burial follows in Calvary Church of God Cemetery.  The family is […]

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Deadline approaches January 1

In Pickens County, the Sassafras Mountain brick paver donation program, which has raised about $40 thousand for the viewing platform on top of South Carolina’s highest point, officially draws to a close January 1.  Mark Hall, the Jocassee Gorges project leader for the state DNR, says they are close to breaking ground for the platform, so it’s time to wind […]

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Warpath Landing and “a trail of lawsuits”

Lake Keowee property on the Pickens County side has been leased to a development group for nearly nine years, but no construction has been started.  After all this time, a court battle continues involving Warthpath Landing’s original partners in the development group WDI.  The potential for a hotel and conference center concerns “FOLKS”—Friends of Lake Keowee.  There are to be […]

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147 players in All-County Band Concert

This year’s All-County Band Concert held at West-Oak High School featured 147 band students from across Oconee County, and drew accolades from music experts.  A clinic lasting two days and more than 10 hours’ practice and preparation went into the event.  Clinicians Jim Kilgus of Mauldin Middle School and Jeff Norman of Greer High School complimented the All-County Band performers […]

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New drug sweep is Operation Infinity #12

A new sweep through out Oconee aimed at those violating drug laws is underway.  “Operation Infinity” #12 started yesterday morning as the Sheriff’s Office teamed with the police departments from Seneca, Walhalla, Westminster, and West Union.  In all, 19 people are being sought.  By 3:30 yesterday afternoon, six had been arrested.  The charges involve methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and crack cocaine.  […]

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