Tajh Boyd helps Clemson outlast Georgia

September 1, 2013
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Tajh Boyd threw three touchdown passes and ran for two others as #8 Clemson defeated #5 Georgia 38-35 on Saturday night. Boyd recorded a 77-yard TD pass to Sammy Watkins and a 24-yard scoring throw to Zac Brooks, but it was a nine-yard TD pass to tight end Stanton Seckinger that sealed the deal in the fourth…

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Mays, Owen lead West-Oak past Walhalla, 17-14

August 30, 2013
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Senior kicker Chandler Mays booted a 40-yard field goal as time expired to lift West-Oak past Walhalla 17-14 Friday night at Razorback Stadium. Mays’ kick came after the Warriors scored 14, unanswered, fourth-quarter points to capture their first win over the Razorbacks since 2010. Following a scoreless first quarter, Walhalla controlled the second quarter with…

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A-I-D sign OK’d

August 30, 2013
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The newest addition to Oconee’s industrial community has been approved for a monument sign to let the world know of its new location in the county Commerce Park on highway 11. By action of the county Board of Appeals Thursday, the A-I-D Corporation received a variance of 25 feet from the front setback requirement within…

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Congregate living approved for Walhalla

August 30, 2013
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Congregate living has been approved for Walhalla. The city Board of Appeals this afternoon OK’d an exception to the zoning law that’ll enable Christ Central Ministries to remodel a former bed-and-breakfast on Hunter Avenue into a 10-bed congregate living facility. A representative of Christ Central Ministries told the board that his organization will provide bed…

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Trial recessed until Tuesday

August 30, 2013
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The James Bartee trial recessed this afternoon for the rest of the week. It’ll pick back up at 9:30 Tuesday morning with closing arguments. With the testimony of defendant Bartee completed, the judge left to the jury the choice of whether to resume tomorrow–the day of the Tigers game with Georgia or come back after…

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Bartee’s qualifications under microscope

August 30, 2013
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The 10th Circuit’s chief prosecutor, Chrissy Adams, hammered away today at the issues that arose in last year’s civil court squabble over whether James Bartee was ever eligible to run for Sheriff and, if he had won, whether he could have been certified in time to serve. At a hearing where it appeared a ruling…

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