What to do next?

November 21, 2014

The policymakers for Oconee public libraries are going to meet for the first time since the defeat of the 1-cent capital sales project referendum. The next meeting of the library board will allow the trustees to discuss what’s next in their effort to build new libraries and renovate others. The board will meet at 5:30…

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Pickens jury convicts Travelers Rest man

November 20, 2014

A Travelers Rest man convicted by a Pickens County jury of a sex offense will be required to serve at least 20 years before being eligible for parole. The office of Greenville-Pickens Solicitor Walt Wilkins today announced the conviction of Justin Ryan Cone on the charge of criminal sexual conduct with a minor in the…

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13 (at least 13) South Carolina home fires yesterday

November 20, 2014

American Red Cross is assisting 48 people who were among those affected by 13 home fires yesterday in South Carolina. According to the Red Cross, those emergency needs of those individuals are being addressed—including temporary lodging, food, clothing, mental and health services. In some instances, referrals are being made to partner agencies for long-term recovery.…

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Same-sex couples apply in Oconee!

November 20, 2014

Now that South Carolina is accepting applications to marry from same-sex couples, Oconee County has received its first two applications.  Probate Judge Kenny Johns made the announcement this afternoon.

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Mother and son sentenced by judge

November 20, 2014

A mother and a son have entered guilty pleas in the Oconee General Sessions Court—as part of a plea week scheduled by the office of Chrissy Adams, 10th Circuit Solicitor. The sentence received by the son was harsher than the one for the mother. Judge Alex Macaulay today accepted Norma Gunn’s plea of guilty to…

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High Court denies a stay

November 20, 2014

According to the organization Palmetto Family, the U-S Supreme Court has stepped in and decided against an emergency stay of a lower court’s decision to allow same-sex marriage applications in the Palmetto State. The ruling means those applications may be accepted as early as noon today. The office of Oconee County Probate Judge has been…

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