“Motion to alter or amend”

March 14, 2014

Oconee County has officially asked the Common Pleas Court to be allowed to make post-ruling motions in the zoning case it recently lost. An attorney in Anderson, James Logan Jr., has asked the court for permission to be allowed to motion “to alter or amend” Judge Lawton McIntosh’s ruling in favor of plaintiffs David and…

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Home fire across the state line

March 14, 2014

Oconee County’s volunteer Cleveland Fire Department sent fire fighters, trucks and equipment yesterday to a home fire in rural Stephens County, Georgia. The fire occurred around 3 o’clock. Grahl Haney, deputy fire chief for Oconee, says the fire exacted a heavy toll on Estathoe Circle. No one reported hurt. The location was in a Stephens…

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Prescribed burn today in northern OC

March 14, 2014

Highway 107 motorists should be aware of smoky conditions from a 13-hundred acre burn today at Big Ben and Burrell’s Ford roads. According to Mike Hastings of the U-S Forest Service, sections of 107 are liable to be closed periodically today because the crews will be burning close to the two-lane road. Motorists should also…

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CU students to spend spring break helping others

March 14, 2014

Clemson students are about to embark for spring break, but many of them will not relax. They are going to help others in need. More than 235 students from several organizations are taking part next week in some kind of service trip. The Alternate Break Program is sending 20 students to Biloxi, Mississippi to work…

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Official: final tallies for Seneca candidates

March 14, 2014

As announced yesterday by Bob Brock, chairman of the Oconee Election Commission, here are the final and official vote count for the eight candidates this week for four seats on the Seneca City Council. The final tallies include the regular ballots, five provisional (or challenged) votes and three write-in votes. The four declared winners are…

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Tax relief for military service personnel

March 14, 2014

Governor Haley has signed a bill to provide property tax relief to active duty military men and women in South Carolina. Active duty soldiers have been eligible for a 4% property tax assessment while stationed in South Carolina, but if required to move to fulfill orders, they could incur an increase to 6% as their…

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  • November 1, 2014Walhalla's Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
  • November 1, 2014 10:30 amMtn. Rest Cloggers Fund Raiser
  • November 1, 2014 4:00 pmCity of Salem Cruise-In
  • November 1, 2014 6:00 pmOle Country Church Singing
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