Mayor proposes aid for the auditorium

May 7, 2014

An idea floated last night by the Walhalla mayor appears to have traction. Mayor Danny Edwards suggested the city donate $5 thousand to help the Walhalla Civic Auditorium pay to repair its roof. Councilman T-J Bagwell says he knows of no other organization that brings more people from the outside to Walhalla. The money would…

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Pastor-led prayer to return to city meetings

May 7, 2014

At the urging of Walhalla Councilman David Underwood, preacher-led prayer will be returned to start city council meetings. And the mayor and the rest of council last night accepted Underwood’s offer to allow him to make the arrangements to invite a different minister each time. Underwood told his colleagues that the U-S Supreme Court this…

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Mayor pro-tem supports Sunday sales

May 7, 2014

T-J Bagwell, son of a preacher, says he’s a non-drinker. But when it comes to allowing others to imbibe on the Lord’s Day, Walhalla’s mayor pro-tem says that’s OK with him. At last night’s City Hall meeting, Bagwell announced his support of this year’s countywide vote that will allow beer and wine sales in restaurants…

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Pioneer to buy property

May 7, 2014

Pioneer Rural Water is now agreeable to consummating a deal in which the district buys 25 acres from Oconee County, on which to build its first treatment plant. The property is located within the county’s Golden Corner Commerce Park at Fair Play. At their regular meeting yesterday, the board members voted to sign off on…

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Corps to fund Pioneer’s allocation study

May 7, 2014

The Army Corps of Engineers is now willing to pay for a study to determine the quantity of raw water that Pioneer Rural Water District is eligible to draw from Lake Hartwell. That’s key to Pioneer’s plans for a treatment plant. At the start of yesterday’s meeting, Pioneer General Manager Terry Pruitt read aloud an…

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Penny sales tax priority goes to Seneca library

May 7, 2014

In ranking one-cent sales tax priorities, the Oconee County Council has given top priority to building a replacement library at Seneca. The council last night assigned a number two priority to a water line in the Salem area that District Two’s Wayne McCall believes will create the potential for jobs. Approving or rejecting paying an…

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  • October 3, 2014 10:30 amLeTourneau-WABCO Employee Reunuion
  • October 3, 2014 3:00 pmBenefit for Phillip Brucke
  • October 4, 2014 6:00 pmOle Country Church Singing
  • October 5, 2014 11:00 amBethlehem Baptist Church's Homecoming
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