Car driver sent to hospital

December 4, 2013
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A spokesman for the highway patrol says the car driver involved in this morning’s accident in front of Walhalla Elementary School was taken to the hospital. Fowler Road has now re-opened, after emergency responders worked to clear the two-lane road of the wreckage. All students aboard the bus appeared unhurt and were herded out of…

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Stretcher used at car-school bus wreck

December 4, 2013
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At this hour, an accident involving a small car and a school bus near Walhalla. It was a loud-sounding crash on Fowler Road in front of Walhalla Elementary that awoke at least one neighbor. A report from the scene indicates EMS has deployed a stretcher for someone injured inside the car. All students aboard the…

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U-haul vans at Oconee Economic Development

December 4, 2013
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U-haul vans were spotted yesterday in front of the Oconee County Economic Development Office in Walhalla. The staff has begun to vacate their two-story house building office in the county seat, in advance of their move to the 123 Seneca By-Pass in an office building now occupied by the Oconee Alliance. The county’s E-D commission…

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Moore wants to swing the ax!

December 4, 2013
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Landscape engineers will walk with Walhalla leaders a week from today over the entire four-block section of Main Street, as a way to get ready for the first phase of Streetscape. That first phase is to include the replacement of aging utilities lines beneath the street and sidewalks. James Moore, Walhalla’s public works director, recommended…

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An Oconee County land swap

December 4, 2013
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A land exchange with Oconee County will allow an Atlanta area developer a building location inside the county’s Golden Corner Commerce Park at Fair Play. And that, according to County Administrator Scott Moulder, will position the county to receive another spec building to be used as a carrot to attract an industrial rabbit. The deal,…

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Walhalla’s $610K vote to be in two weeks

December 4, 2013
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Walhalla leaders are balking on the question of whether the Joint Regional Sewer Authority should release county government from an annual financial obligation. As a member city of the JRSA, Walhalla City Council gets a say on whether to rescind an agreement that pays the JRSA $610 thousand until the year 2038. Last night the…

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