Braves Make it 11 Straight

August 6, 2013
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The Atlanta Braves beat the Washington Nationals Monday night 3-2 for their 11th consecutive win. It is the longest winning streak of the season for the Braves, who play the Nationals again Tuesday night in Washington.

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“Just bear with us,” the mayor asks

August 6, 2013
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Mayor Danny Edwards says life-long Walhallans tell him the city swimming pool has never looked so good. The problem now, however, is to wait for the final OKs before re-opening the pool on what at least is to be an abbreviated 2013 schedule. At a meeting of Partners for Progress, Edwards last night made this…

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Oconee deputies take training

August 6, 2013
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Three Oconee deputies have trained for certification in the National Child Passenger Safety Certification program. Road patrol deputy Aaron Hanks, Victim’s Advocate Vickie Bottoms, and Public Information Officer Jimmy Watt trained two days last month at the Easley campus of Tri-County Technical College. The classes were taught in cooperation with DHEC, Safe Kids Upstate, the…

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Big doins’ in Walhalla

August 6, 2013
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A businessman at a Walhalla meeting shared details of his hopes for converting the county’s former courthouse into a boutique hotel. It would be the kind of lodging facility attractive to those weary of chain facilities. But Jim Carswell admitted he and his partner, John Powell, face the hurdle of finding a lender to build…

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Governor’s Oconee itinerary set

August 5, 2013
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Governor Nikki Haley’s schedule this week includes a Wednesday afternoon visit to Oconee County. The first-term governor holds a ceremonial bill signing and will tour and talk about economic development at two Oconee manufacturing plants. Sandwiched around the bill signing of the Emerson Rose law, Haley will make stops at Schneider Electric near Seneca and…

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Baseball team’s equipment stolen

August 5, 2013
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Seneca has rolled out the carpet for the baseball teams in the Dixie Youth World Series. The entrant from Sumter, however, is liable to leave town with a sour taste in its mouth. Someone broke into the team’s trailer outside the motel where the coaches and players were staying and took catcher’s gear, gloves, cleats,…

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