“Barrels on fire”

November 6, 2013

Fire fighters were sent to a Sandifer Boulevard, Seneca address late last night where they found barrels on fire at the Triple-H recycling center. That fire was extinguished quickly and did not require the presence of the county’s HAZMAT squad, according to Oconee County Dispatch.

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Hiker wounded at Mountain Rest

November 6, 2013

A Blackhawk helicopter zipped east across the Walhalla sky late yesterday afternoon—transporting an injured hiker for medical treatment. Fire fighters, in their cross-training as medical responders, went to the assistance of a man said to have been the unintentional victim of a gun shot wound in the vicinity of SC 28 and Yellow Branch Falls.…

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Walhalla-Westminster results

November 5, 2013

Voters at Westminster chose change today. The two council incumbents were defeated. Winning the city’s three council seats were Doug Williams, with 107; Yousef Mefleh with 97; and Bill Brockington with 90. The other finishers were incumbent Reid Adams, 56; incumbent Rusty Cater, 71; and Susan Ramey, with 77. Two Walhalla council incumbents are the…

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A deal between PRWD and Hart County

November 5, 2013

Word from Oakway this afternoon: Pioneer Rural Water has a rough agreement in place for the district to piggyback onto Hart County, Georgia’s Lake Hartwell withdrawal permit for the supply of water for the plant Pioneer is planning inside the Golden Corner Commerce Park. The Pioneer board gave Terry Pruitt, the general manager, the authority…

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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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  • September 21, 2014 1:00 pmFamily of John Wesley and Rachel Jane Smith Reunion
  • September 21, 2014 4:00 pmEbenezer Baptist Church Baby Contest
  • September 23, 2014 9:00 amSafe Harbor Invitational Golf Tournament
  • September 27, 2014Calling All Christians to Unite in Prayer
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