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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School Construction

November 5, 2013
School Construction

Here’s a current view of the construction site for the new Walhalla High, as provided 96.3/WGOG NEWS by Dr. Michael Thorsland, assistangt superintendent for operations.

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Walhalla invites water study proposals

November 5, 2013

Securing Walhalla’s source for water has been a top priority for a couple of the city’s mayors. Now Walhalla invites qualified engineering companies to submit proposals to study a new raw water source and plant upgrade or replacement. Scott Parris, Walhalla utilities director, says his city wants to hear from professional engineers as to what…

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Case remains with plaintiffs’ side

November 5, 2013

A Trehel Corporation employee testified yesterday in the trial over the quality of work at a complex of Lake Keowee townhouses. John Folk’s testimony followed that of Derek Hodgin’s. A professional engineer, Hodgin was employed on behalf of Stoneledge homeowners to assess what’s needed to repair their townhomes. After a one-day break last Friday, the…

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Amid protests, project delayed

November 5, 2013

After meeting with protesters, Seneca’s utilities director says his city will wait one more week before starting work to convert a former school into the city’s new Light and Water complex. The first work begun yesterday morning came to an abrupt halt when protesters from neighborhood told workers to stop. “We didn’t know this was…

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