Friday Evening Wreck Leaves Pickens Man Dead

A Friday night traffic accident in Oconee County has left a 35 year-old Pickens County man dead.  Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis says the man’s name is being withheld at this time so his family may be notified.  Addis says the two vehicle collision occurred on North Highway 11 near the intersection of Fall Creek Road at around 7:08 PM. […]

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Kobe Bryant reaches 30,000 points

Kobe Bryant became only the fifth player in NBA history to score 30,000 points last night (December 5th), reaching the milestone in New Orleans as his L.A. Lakers beat the Hornets 103-87. Bryant needed only 13 points to reach 30,000, getting there before halftime and scoring 29 total for the game. The only other players in the elite 30,000 club […]

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High School Basketball Tuesday Capsule

On the high school hardwood on Tuesday night, Walhalla’s boys defeated Liberty 66-47. The Razors were led by Alex Haney with 16 points. Walhalla’s girls were winners over the Lady Red Devils 52-13. Elsewhere, Seneca’s boys downed Chesnee on the road 57-36. Xzavier Barmore with 17 points for the Cats.  Rabun County downed West-Oak 70-52, with the Warriors collecting a […]

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Clowney expected to suit up against Clemson

SC defensive end Jadeveon Clowney had an MRI taken on his injured knee Monday, and nothing was revealed except a bruise. That means the Bednarik Award finalist will likely play Saturday when the Gamecocks take on rival Clemson at Memorial Stadium. Clowney sat out last week’s win over Wofford College. Clemson and Carolina will kick off Saturday night at 7:00 […]

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West-Oak Coach Brannon Resigns

West-Oak High School is in the market for a new football coach.  The resignation of head coach Jay Brannon has been confirmed to 96.3 WGOG News by Earnestine Williams, Director of Human Resources for the School District of Oconee County.  Athletic Director Tim Sheriff says Brannon met with his coaches and team Tuesday afternoon to announce his decision.  In late […]

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