SLED agent on the stand

August 29, 2013

An agent for the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division testified for the prosecution this morning in the James Bartee trial. It fell to Michael Sloan the duty to investigate a complaint that Bartee wanted a retired judge kidnapped and left out of state so he could not attend a hearing in Anderson to decide whether…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Football season arrives; Clemson gears up for ‘Gameday’; WGOG readies for Furman

August 29, 2013

*College Football is here! The 6th-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks and Heisman-favorite Jadeveon Clowney open play Thursday at 6:00 PM hosting the North Carolina Tarheels from the ACC. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN. *Clemson Athletics has extended an invitation to all Tiger fans to be at Bowman Field on Saturday, August 31 for ESPN College…

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Wear it!

August 29, 2013

Thousands of people visit the lakes during Labor Day weekend. According to the Army Corps of Engineers, the most important safety tip to keep in mind is always wear a properly-fitted, U-S Coast Guard-approved life jacket when you’re in, on, or around the water. So far this year, four people lost their lives to drowning…

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$30 thousand in grants to be awarded today

August 29, 2013

At a noon hour meeting today, members of Oconee’s Parks, Recreation and Tourism Commission vote to award as much as $30 thousand in grants to organizations that promise to use the funds to promote tourism. The $30 thousand represents what’s available in the fall cycle of county ATAX money. The commissioners’ recommendations go to County…

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State order temporary bridge

August 29, 2013

The DOT is moving ahead with plans to use a temporary bridge in Pickens County to replace the existing structure on Jones Mill Road over Six Mile Creek near Daniel High School. The bridge was closed the night of August 6 when heavy rains caused a partial collapse. Three days later, Governor Haley signed an…

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Three for three in Westminster!

August 29, 2013

In the first week the books are open, three men are candidates for three seats on the Westminster City Council. Two are incumbents: Rusty Cater and Reid Adams. The third candidate is newcomer Bill Brockington. Westminster’s election takes place November 5.

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  • July 25, 2014One Night with the "King" Prophetic Women's Conference
  • July 25, 2014 8:00 pmOconee State Park Square Dance
  • July 26, 2014 9:00 amOconee County Friends of the Library Book Sale
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