Lending a voice to fill a need

October 13, 2014

An Oconee student has lent her voice to help a fill a need within the county’s public school district. Walhalla Middle School 8th grader Rachel Twitty is part of her school’s student-operated radio station. And, in that capacity, Rachel recently recorded a pitch urging qualified individuals to consider becoming district bus drivers. Part and full-time…

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Pleateau executive testifies

October 11, 2014

An executive for earth-moving company Plateau Excavation testified for his side Friday afternoon as the first week of a lengthy, complex trial wound down at the Oconee County Courthouse.  The witness was Brad Carroll, Plateau’s senior vice president and chief operating officer.  Carroll was preceded on the stand by a pair of what the court…

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Joel Ward’s Seneca vision

October 11, 2014

Seneca Councilman Joel Ward would like to see his city lower the electric power bills charged to the Seneca business community. A break on the electric power bill, Ward believes, will help those in business stay in business longer. And Ward told us that he thinks lower electric charges will serve as incentive for others…

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Uncle and nephew fatally shot in Liberty

October 11, 2014

An uncle and his nephew have been found shot dead in Liberty—a case under investigation by the police in that Pickens County municipality. Coroner Kandy Kelley identified the dead as 42-year old Steven Chapman and his 22-year old nephew, Houston Chapman. The shootings took place Friday afternoon on Liberty’s Forest View Circle—the street where Houston…

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34-year old woman hit by train

October 11, 2014

A 34-year old Anderson woman lost her life yesterday in what the Pickens County coroner said was a train-pedestrian accident. The accident was fatal to pedestrian Annjuanginissa McMillen. She was killed at 10 Friday morning on the tracks near Mauldin and Ligon roads in Liberty. Coroner Kandy Kelley says McMillen was walking on the tracks.

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Senator Scott warns President Obama

October 10, 2014

U-S Senator Tim Scott says if the administration of President Obama pushes forward with transferring prisoners from Guantanamo Bay to domestic locations, it will meet serious opposition. Scott said the domestic locations might include the Naval brig in Hanahan, South Carolina near Charleston.

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  • March 4, 2015 3:00 pmBone Marrow Drive in Honor of AnnaLeigh
  • March 4, 2015 7:00 pmUnited Assembly of God Celebrate Recovery
  • March 6, 2015Silver Dollar Concert
  • March 6, 2015 8:00 pmAndy Cooney’s Irish Cabaret at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium
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