Arrests made charging unlawful neglect

September 4, 2014

Since the Labor Day weekend, Oconee sheriff’s officers report four arrests—charging unlawful neglect of children. Two of those arrested, Eva Karey Hudson and Christopher Warren Vissage, turned themselves in this morning at the Oconee Law Enforcement Center. Two other county residents, Steven A. Broach and Lisa Renee Reynolds, were also booked into jail last Friday…

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Swinney dismisses freshman; Gamecocks alter O-line

September 4, 2014

Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney said after practice Wednesday that freshman wide receiver Kyrin Priester is no longer with the team.  Priester, who entered Clemson in January as a true freshman, played on special teams in the opener against Georgia last weekend in Athens. Swinney said the dismissal stemmed from an attitude that was not…

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Opposition emerges to November vote

September 4, 2014

Ahead of this November’s countywide vote on raising the sales tax opposition has begun to emerge. It arose this morning at 96.3/WGOG in the form of a Tamassee community resident who plans to vote no to the 1-cent sales tax question and hopes enough other voters also vote no. He’s Ward Fetrow, and he can…

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Lights of Hope announces charities

September 4, 2014

This holiday season there will be another drive-thru light show in Anderson that offers views of creative displays and decorative lighting. And today the Lights of Hope announces this year’s charities who are being selected to benefit from proceeds in exchange for a commitment to put in volunteer hours in setting up and taking down…

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Scott Parris to make presentation

September 4, 2014

Surveys and water samples are being made at Lake Keowee, as the early part of a project for a new Walhalla water treatment plant. And Scott Parris, the city utilities director, is headed to Greenville later this month to speak about the project. Parris will talk about his city’s plans for a new water source…

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Fire near Walhalla

September 4, 2014

Fire took a heavy toll this morning to what apparently was an un-occupied mobile home near Walhalla.  From the scene, Chief Doug Kelley of the Walhalla Fire Department gave the location as 816 Adam Sullivan Road.  He says an investigation will started to determine what caused that rural mobile home to burn.

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