Charge against defendant to be reduced

November 7, 2014

Oconee sheriff Mike Crenshaw says he expects an announcement today from the office of Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams on the new developments in the death of Alana Carpenter. The body of the 27-year old Seneca woman was found last month in the Walhalla home of her boyfriend, Caleb Nathaniel Linart. He was arrested and charged…

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Lowering the cost of electric power

November 7, 2014

Westminster is looking for a company to help it determine what can be done to lower the cost of electric power. The idea, according to City Administrator Jeff Lord, is to study the costs and try to make its electric power retail rates more competitive. Lord confirmed today that Westminster is working with one business…

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Education the focus of November 18 meeting

November 7, 2014

The cost of educating a child in South Carolina will be explored during a meeting this month of the Clemson League of Women Voters. The public is invited to hear Dr. Ken Weichel’s overview of the current way that public education is financed, with an emphasis on Oconee, Pickens and Anderson counties. Weichel was an…

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“Working on it now”

November 7, 2014

Sources are indicating to 96.3/WGOG NEWS there are developments in the death investigation last month of a 27-year old woman whose body was found at a Walhalla home. Sheriff Mike Crenshaw used the term, “working on it now” this morning to describe the status of new developments in the death of Alana Carpenter. A preliminary…

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Citizens Police Academy graduates 23

November 7, 2014

The Oconee Sheriff’s Office has its first Citizens Police Academy. A graduation ceremony for the first class, 23 students, was held this week in the second floor training room at the Oconee Law Enforcement Center. The ceremony was attended by 47 people. Among the speakers: Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, Senator Thomas Alexander, and Sgt. Mike McGowan,…

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Heritage Center to rely on piggy bank

November 7, 2014
Heritage Center to rely on piggy bank

The failure of the 1-cent capital project sales tax leaves the Oconee Heritage Center more than $400 thousand dollars short in its quest for funding to renovate and improve its museums. But the Heritage Center has not given up. It released this statement yesterday: “If you support the Oconee Heritage Center and still want us…

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Calendar

  • July 3, 2015 8:00 pmSummer Square Dancing at Oconee State Park
  • July 5, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
  • July 6, 2015 9:00 amWest-Oak Young Warriors Basketball Skills Camp
  • July 8, 2015 11:50 amDuke Energy Siren Test
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