Rescue in progress!

November 5, 2013

Walhalla fire fighters, in their cross-training capacity as medical responders, are among those in Mountain Rest this afternoon assisting a man who is said to be the unintentional victim of a gun shot wound in the vicinity of SC 28 and Yellow Branch Falls. Arrangements are being made for a helicopter to fly the wounded…

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Four implicated in school theft

November 5, 2013

The police in Walhalla say an 18-year old man and three youngsters of juvenile age have been implicated in the theft last week of a computer from a room at the James Brown Elementary School. Curtis Rogers, assistant chief, said the young man of adult age—Thomas Jay Simmons—has been charged with burglary second degree. Rogers…

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Homeowner and defendant called to testify

November 5, 2013

Another defendant in Stoneledge versus IMK Development and others took the stand today in the Oconee Common Pleas Court. The lawyer for Stoneledge townhouse owners called home builder Rick Thoeness. The home builder’s company, Marick Construction, became involved in the project to build and sell Stoneledge town homes, after the original builder, Bostic Brothers Construction,…

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JRSA to hold permit, despite no immediate use

November 5, 2013

Scott Moulder and Bob Winchester have talked, and both agree there’s a need to hold onto a state permit—for which there is no immediate need. Winchester, executive director for the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority, announced at last night’s commissioners meeting that $800 dollars is being paid to DHEC to renew the land application treated…

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TUESDAY SPORTS: Miles shot; Area college star honored; Bears defeat Packers

November 5, 2013

Former South Carolina Gamecock running back Kenny Miles was shot Monday afternoon, the victim of a robbery in a suburban Columbia business park near Interstate 26 in Irmo. Police say Miles was shot in the upper body. The native of Lawrenceville, GA was in stable condition Monday night at a Richland County hospital. Miles was…

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Libraries to line up for the new penny tax

November 5, 2013

Chairman Danny Day of the Oconee Library Board of Trustees says library projects countywide, not just one in Seneca, should be considered as beneficiaries of a one-cent local sales tax—in the event voters say yes during what’s expected to be a referendum one year from now. It’s not a matter of if the county libraries…

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