Meetings tonight!

March 23, 2015

The regular bi-monthly meeting of the Oconee Public Library Board takes place at 5:30 this evening in the meeting room at the Walhalla Main Library. The meeting is open to the public, and public comment is welcomed at the start. A meeting of the Oconee Planning Commission takes place at 6 tonight in Council Chambers…

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Special event for high school students

March 21, 2015

High school juniors and seniors can learn how Tri-County Technical College can help them get started to a career during an event next month on the Pendleton campus. An event, 4 to 6 o’clock the evening of Saturday, April 4, will include a barbecue dinner, Country Music Television giveaways and drawings for an iPad. Students…

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If industry came calling today….

March 21, 2015

If an industry looking to make a move today called Oconee County and asked about the availability of a building, would the county be able to accommodate? It’s an issue that members of the board of Oconee Economic Alliance batted around Friday during a board meeting in Westminster. Russell Johnson, project manager for the alliance,…

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Hazing at Walhalla High

March 21, 2015

Incidents of hazing involving members of the Walhalla High boys’ varsity soccer team have led to what the county superintendent says are the suspensions of five players  Dr. Michael Thorsland, superintendent, says the suspensions have resulted from an investigation begun Tuesday when one of the victims contacted school authorities.  Specific details of what happened weren’t…

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Stolen iPads returned

March 20, 2015

Ten iPads in transit to Oconee schools were stolen last summer at the Atlanta airport, but a district official learned this afternoon those iPads have been returned, courtesy of the Department of Homeland Security. District administrator Steve Hanvey says the Homelad Security says arrests have made been made, but the investigation continues.  The 10 returned…

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Large blood clot led to student’s death

March 20, 2015

An autopsy today disclosed a large blood clot that blocked arteries leading to the lungs as the cause of yesterday’s sudden death of a West-Oak student. Coroner Karl Addis said the clot caused Sierra Simms’ death, and he has ruled the death as a natural death.

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Calendar

  • July 31, 2015 5:00 pmChristmas in July to support Heath's Haven
  • July 31, 2015 7:00 pmConservation Theory in Concert
  • July 31, 2015 8:00 pmSummer Square Dancing at Oconee State Park
  • August 2, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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