South Carolina’s main port takes no backseat

July 10, 2014

The main South Carolina port at Charleston is a busy place, but an official says you can expect the harbor port to become an even busier place in the future as the port improves, expands and adds customers. Jack Ellenburg of the South Carolina State Ports Authority elicited  wows from the crowd hearing him at…

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Dangerous exotic signs available

July 10, 2014
Dangerous exotic signs available

Sheriff Mike Crenshaw is spreading the word to owners of all dangerous exotic animals in Oconee County that warnings signs are available for posting. In a meeting this week, Crenshaw and members of an Oconee County Council public safety committee agreed to ask residents who own such animals to voluntarily place a sign on their…

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Wal-Mart worker arrested

July 9, 2014

A man who worked at the Seneca Wal-Mart has been arrested and charged with taking about $5 thousand in cash from the store. Oconee Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Kenneth Dewayne McElreath on Tuesday on the charge of breach of trust with fraudulent intent. Sheriff’s reports identified the 38-year old McElreath as a former…

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Heavy equipment work recommended at industrial park

July 9, 2014

Up to $370 thousand worth of improvements are being recommended at Oconee’s under-construction Golden Corner Commerce Park near Fair Play. And County Council Tuesday next week will consider a recommendation that the county rent the necessary heavy construction equipment to complete the task. The recommendation before council Tuesday night is divide the rental agreement among…

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Economic Alliance holds forum

July 9, 2014

An official of the South Carolina State Ports Authority drops anchor tomorrow morning in Oconee County, to make a presentation on how the authority is working to compete in today’s global economy and the importance of a new “inland port” in Greer. Jack Ellenburg, senior vice president of economic development and projects, is guest speaker…

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Second Seneca museum to move forward

July 9, 2014

After an executive session, Seneca City Council committed the city to build its first museum reflecting local African-American history. According to Joel Seavey, clerk-treasurer, the council approved the drawings for the project. Those drawings are now to be sent to the finance committee for action on how the city will fund a project that could…

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  • October 31, 2014Faith Baptist Church's Fall Festival
  • October 31, 2014 6:00 pmWalhalla High Cheerleader Candy Giveaway
  • October 31, 2014 6:00 pmBoo in the Bay
  • November 1, 2014Walhalla's Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
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