New Westminster website went live last week

December 17, 2014

At last night’s Westminster City Council meeting, Administrator Jeff Lord presented the city’s new website which went live last week. Described as user-friendly, this website at www.westminstersc.org offers online listings of all key Westminster services, council’s visions and goals, and access to city ordinances. Mayor Rick McCormick said, “We are constantly seeking to improve the…

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Swearing-in at the start of 2015

December 17, 2014

The Hon. Will Derrick will render the oath of office to Oconee County’s newest elected leaders. At 5:30 the evening of Tuesday, January 6 Magistrate Derrick will swear-in District One’s Edda Cammick and District Three’s Paul Cain for the start of their four-year terms as members of Oconee County Council. The ceremony will take place…

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For opposite reasons, Addis and Lyle can’t wait

December 17, 2014

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Oconee Coroner Karl Addis is eager to extricate himself from old and cramped headquarters on Walhalla’s Short Street and move into a new office on the grounds of Oconee Memorial Hospital—where he’ll get a morgue large enough to store several bodies, should that need arise. County Council…

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Duncan to chair Foreign Affairs subcommittee

December 17, 2014

Third District Representative Jeff Duncan begins the 114th session of Congress next month as chairman of a Foreign Affairs subcommittee. In a statement from Washington, the Laurens Republican said, “I am honored and humbled to have been selected as Chairman of the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. I…

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Seneca willing to run test routes

December 17, 2014

  Clemson resident Margaret Thompson, critic of “CAT” bus service, commended Oconee County Council last night for asking questions and going about the idea of expanded service in a deliberate way. Thompson’s comments, at the start of last night’s meeting, preceded a status report later from County Administrator Scott Moulder, who chaired a task force…

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Streetscape bids likely in January

December 17, 2014

  Seamon Whiteside’s Joe Bryant is no Ebenezer Scrooge when it comes to Christmas. Bryant told the Walhalla mayor and council last night that, though the revised plans are ready to go to bid, he’s not going to ask his fellow employees to work through the holidays. Instead, according to Bryant, contractors interested in the…

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Calendar

  • May 3, 2015Revival with Rev. James Petty
  • May 5, 2015 10:30 amHappy Hearts of Seneca Meeting
  • May 5, 2015 7:00 pmOle Fashion Revival w/Rev. Tully Griggs (Alto, GA)
  • May 10, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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