“Weeks away from lighting this whole thing up”

November 15, 2013
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A three year project to bring high-speed internet access to Oconee County is “weeks away”, in the estimation of Scott Moulder, county administrator. Moulder was asked to give a status report today to the county Economic Development Commission. “We’re beginning to work the ISPs. We actually have three ISPS that have signed up,” Moulder reported.…

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Walhalla PD on the trail to solve six burglaries

November 15, 2013
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The Walhalla police say they expect to solve as many as six recent burglaries with the arrests of two persons. Chief Ronald Wilbanks says the investigation has proceeded to the stage where, the police believe, they’ll be able to take out arrest warrants early next week. Two of the victims were Blossman Gas and Kelley…

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Road resurfacing on the horizon!

November 15, 2013
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Word is expected soon from the state Department of Transportation on a contract for the resurfacing of a short section of U-S 123 at Seneca—from Old Salem Road to Lindsay Road. The re-surfacing of that stretch covers 123 thru the 130/E.N. 1st Street intersection. Contractors’ bids are believed to have been received earlier this week…

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OC identifies Illinois project

November 15, 2013
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Oconee County has a possibility for a Midwest company to locate an operation. And, to help advance that possibility, the county’s director of economic development, Richard Blackwell, will meet with company officials next week in Illinois. Blackwell said he’ll be in Illinois, as part of a trip sponsored by the Upstate South Carolina Alliance—of which…

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FRIDAY SPORTS: Tigers sting Jackets; Gamecocks host Gators Saturday; Furman heads to Cullowhee

November 15, 2013
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TL Hanna’s Martavis Bryant had 176 receiving yards, while Tahj Boyd tossed three touchdowns and ran for another as #8 Clemson rolled over Georgia Tech 55-31 Thursday night. Boyd had the 17th 300-yard game of his career. Boyd left the game in the fourth quarter with a collarbone injury. Doctors say the star quarterback will be…

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German official impressed by OC industry park

November 15, 2013
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No German company interested in expanding to North America may do that without having gone thru the German-American Chamber Ambassador in Atlanta. That individual, according to Richard Blackwell of the Oconee Economic Development Office, makes regular trips between Atlanta and Greenville. And recently Blackwell’s office managed to entice the site consultant to visit Oconee County.…

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