Botanical Garden reopens, seeks volunteer help

July 17, 2013
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Most of the S.C. Botanical Garden has reopened and seeks volunteer help to clean up the garden after the weekend flooding caused heavy damage. “The only area remaining closed indefinitely is the Natural Heritage Garden, which is the heart and soul of the garden,” said Patrick McMillan, director of the Botanical Garden. The Natural Heritage…

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Building owners’ lawsuit nears trial

July 17, 2013
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A lawsuit by the owners of a condemned Seneca building approaches a trial date in U-S District Court. Federal Judge Tim Cain heard pre-trial motions this month in the case of Michel and Efford Haynes against Auto-Owners Insurance Company. The building, now owned by Haynes, years ago served as the home store for Harper Brothers,…

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Father’s appreciation to OC Sheriff’s Office

July 17, 2013
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An Oconee father today expressed public appreciation for what’s called the fine investigative work from the county Sheriff’s Office that reunited him with his children. The four girls have been returned to the custody of Bob Bennett. The girls’ mother, Laverne Bennett, was placed in custody in Idaho and faces charges of custodial interference. An…

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Walhalla and Westminster to get political

July 17, 2013
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Political fever will soon run through both Walhalla and Westminster. Those two Oconee County municipalities hold elections this year—each of which will take place November 5. This year Walhalla holds two elections simultaneously. One, to fill an unexpired term on the city council. The other is a general election to fill three other seats. On…

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“An opportunity with a private developer”

July 17, 2013
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Oconee County apparently has an opportunity with a private developer interested in the Golden Corner Commerce Park in Fair Play. After an executive session, the county council last night authorized its administrator to proceed with negotiations. Administrator Scott Moulder declined to reveal specifics, but said the possibility arose as the result of the go ahead…

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The skinny on Streetscape

July 17, 2013
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The showing of a 3-D concept video of how Streetscape might look in Walhalla generated questions and comments during a mayor and city council-sponsored meeting last night at the Depot. That video and opening remarks made by Mayor Danny Edwards elicited mostly favorable reaction by about 35 members of the public—including merchants and downtown building…

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