An apology from Duke to Walhalla

October 16, 2013

The Walhalla mayor’s disappointment by what he heard during an August meeting about the chances for Walhalla to draw its future water supply from Lake Keowee has, to an extent at least, been ameliorated by a new communication from the electric utility. What Mayor Edwards heard August 1 led him to fire off a letter…

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Walhalla water fund growing!

October 16, 2013

  A fund restricted to Walhalla’s effort to acquire a new water source is growing. Outside auditor Jason White says the account balance, at the close of the city’s fiscal year June 30, stood at $1,435,627.00. The original principal was received by Walhalla in 2007 as part of a deal between the city and conservationists…

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Tree-cutting accident

October 16, 2013

Police, fire and other responders at a tree-cutting accident late morning near Seneca. According to first word from a responder,trauma to the injured is believed to have resulted. The scene: the 300 block of W. N. 2nd Street.

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Clemson gears up for big weekend; Mr. Football finalists announced; SEC declines comments on Tanner/Finebaum

October 16, 2013

*A big weekend in Clemson kicks off Friday night as Clemson’s sixth annual Rock the ‘John – the introduction to the men’s and women’s basketball season – will take place at Littlejohn Coliseum. Doors open at 7:30 PM, and the event gets underway at 8:00. Admission is free of charge. The next day, ESPN’s College…

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Unit Two out for re-fueling

October 16, 2013

A nuclear unit is not designed to churn out electricity endlessly. Occasionally, it requires refueling. And that’s exactly the case at Oconee Nuclear Station, where Unit Two has been taken off line temporarily. “Oconee Unit Two is currently in a re-fueling outage. This is the time that occurs every two years when we take out…

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Major electric power projects in OC

October 16, 2013

At opposite sides of Oconee County, the Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative is involved in major projects which Blue Ridge General Manager Charles Dalton says will mean good news for the consumer members of the multi-county cooperative. A new Salem substation will replace one built in the early 1970s. On the opposite southern side of the…

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