Oxygen masks for pets saved from fires

October 30, 2013
By

Through Project Breathe, Oconee County fire departments are being equipped with oxygen masks for pets involved in fires. The masks are being donated by Invisible Fence Brand, an organization in support of causes to save pets’ lives. A representative will present the oxygen mask kits during a reception tomorrow at the Westminster Fire Department. According…

Read more »

Seneca board issues certificate

October 30, 2013
By

The owners of commercial corner property in downtown Seneca have the go ahead from city regulators for an addition. After a hearing last night, the Board of Architectural Review awarded E-E Riggs a certificate of appropriateness for work at Ye Old Sandwich Shop and Fudge Factory. “The application was to add metal to the top…

Read more »

Training event completed

October 30, 2013
By
Training event completed

For the first time, Oconee sheriff’s officers have practiced a what-if scenario inside a private school building. The exercise, conducted last Saturday, allowed members of the county “SWAT” team to learn the layout and pick up on-site intelligence from their training session at the Oconee Christian Academy near Seneca. A robot was made part of…

Read more »

Walhalla candidates pitch platforms

October 30, 2013
By

Moderator Tim Merrell commented at the end of last night’s Walhalla political forum the event took place without a fistfight. Merrell also noted that of the five of the six council candidates who took part there was agreement among the candidates on issues such as the need for Streetscape and to secure a future water…

Read more »

CU looks at new tobacco policy

October 29, 2013
By

About 12 percent of Clemson students smoke on campus, according to research. But that may become strictly prohibited beginning as early as 2015, if a policy being considered is adopted. That policy would also apply to others on campus, including visitors. The Clemson Undergraduate Student Government organization is spreading the word that a task force…

Read more »

Testimony starts in Stoneledge trial

October 29, 2013
By

In an Oconee courtroom, homeowners at a Lake Keowee townhome development have started to register their unhappiness with water intrusion and other problems plaguing their development. Plaintiffs’ testimony began today in what could be a civil trial that runs as long as two weeks. Among those testifying was a retired Long Island, New York insurance…

Read more »

WGOG > Page 217

Weather

Calendar

  • April 14, 2014 2:00 pmSpring into the Library at the OCPL’s Westminster Branch
  • April 16, 2014 2:00 pmSpring-time Celebrations at OCPL
  • April 17, 2014 9:00 amBlue Ridge Bank Bake Sale to Benefit The March of Dimes
  • April 19, 2014 8:00 amBenefit Hot Dog and Yard Sale
AEC v1.0.4