Lots of questions to be answered, says Hudson

January 28, 2014

A retired Oconee hospital administrator says, considering the climate of health care today, he’s not surprised that his former place of work is interested in banding with an out-of-county organization. But like a lot of things you hear, Ham Hudson says the Devil’s in the details, and there are many questions to be answered before…

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Young girls testify for the prosecution

January 28, 2014

Two girls—8 and 11 years old—testified at the start of an Oconee trial in which a 22-year old man is accused of multiple sex offenses. Testimony in the Jessie Wayne Davis trial opened this morning at the Oconee Courthouse. Davis was arrested in January last year. One of the girls clutched a small stuffed animal…

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TUESDAY SPORTS: Gamecocks, Tigers, rank in preseason Top 25

January 28, 2014

South Carolina is ranked No. 7 in the nation in the Baseball America Preseason Top 25 as announced on Monday morning. The Gamecocks begin the 2014 season on Friday, Feb. 14 in the first game of a three-game series at Carolina Stadium. South Carolina is one of eight SEC schools to be ranked in the preseason…

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Golden Corner could see more snow than expected

January 28, 2014

The latest forecast model indicates Oconee and Pickens Counties and other areas north of Interstate 85 may receive more snow than originally predicated, according to WGOG’s Kris Butts. The current forecast now calls for anywhere from 1-2 inches of snow for our area. The system is proving difficult to predict and there remains a lot…

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Schools to dismiss early!

January 28, 2014

In anticipation of the winter weather today, Oconee public schools are dismissing early. A spokeswoman says elementary school dismissal will be at 1 o’clock this afternoon, to be followed by the middle and high schools at 1:15.  Pickens County schools are dismissing at noon.  After-school activities throughout the Pickens School District are cancelled.  Here’s the…

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Screenings to reach younger women

January 28, 2014

New guidelines will allow a partnership to be able to help more under-served women from Oconee and the rest of the Upstate detect breast and cervical cancer. The partnership, between Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center and the Best Chance Network, will offer breast and cervical cancer screenings to un-insured, under-served women 40 to 64.…

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