Fire collapses church roof into sanctuary

September 14, 2013

The destructive fire that broke out inside Walhalla Presbyterian Church at mid-morning collapsed the roof into the church sanctuary, but everyone inside the 600 E. Main Street church got out safely. Church organist Bill Weeks was in the church practicing for tomorrow morning’s service, discovered the fire, and tried to douse it with an extinguisher,…

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BREAKING: Fire in Downtown Walhalla-Motorist Should Avoid

September 14, 2013

WGOG’s Dick Mangrum reports the historic Walhalla Presbyterian Church at 600 East Main Street is on fire, and the Walhalla Fire Department asks motorists to avoid main street Walhalla if at all possible.  Flumes of black smoke can be seen from as far away as halfway branch. A ladder truck is on the scene shooting…

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Dillingham, Oglesby, help Daniel race past Columbia

September 13, 2013

Clemson commit Jae’lon Oglesby rushed for 162 yards on 14 carries and found the endzone one time in Daniel’s 49-6 win over the Columbia Capitals Friday night. Oglesby rushed for 143 first-half yards in WGOG’s Game of the Week, and was played only sparingly in the early stages of the third quarter. That is when…

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Little Mountain firm recommended for big job

September 13, 2013

Oconee County made quick work of yesterday’s bids to sewer the Golden Corner Commerce Park. An amended agenda for County Council Tuesday includes a staff recommendation to accept the low bidder’s (D S Utilities of Little Mountain, S.C.) offer to do the job for $6.6 million. The county is willing to include a 10% contingent…

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Public’s help requested

September 13, 2013

SC DHEC and three Upstate water facilities are seeking information from the public about the illegal dumping of hazardous materials into sewer systems. An investigation into the origin of the materials is underway by state and federal authorities. Through routine sampling, three publicly-owned treatment works learned that substances containing poly-chlorinated bi-phenyls have been illegally introduced…

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“A chip in the shoulder”

September 13, 2013

Oconee Humane Society officials say a good way to find Fido if he gets lost is an identification chip on the dog’s shoulder. From 10 to 2 tomorrow, technicians at the Animal Shelter on the Sandifer Boulevard near Seneca will attach the chip to your dog for $20. According to the Humane Society it’s a…

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