Shooting UPDATE

May 9, 2013
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A spokesman for Oconee Sheriff’s Department has confirmed this afternoon the apprehension of a 31-year old man wanted as part of an investigation of an incident last evening near Westminster. Jimmy Watt, OSD spokesman, says officers placed Bradley Scott Cantrell into custody today in the vicinity of where he was wounded around 6 p-m on…

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Territory 3 nominees invited

May 9, 2013
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Friday night is still considered a date night. And the joke going around at this week’s meeting of the board of directors of the Pioneer Rural Water District followed this line. If you need a place to take your date this Friday night, consider a meeting at the water district headquarters in Oakway. To meet…

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Looking for a wounded man

May 9, 2013
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Looking for a wounded man

The Oconee Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man wounded in a shooting near Westminster. According to investigators, Bradley Scott Cantrell is believed to have sustained a gun shot wound to the leg, possibly upper thigh, during a domestic incident around 6 p-m yesterday at 1445 Greenfield Road. Authorities say Cantrell fled the scene and…

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Backpack gets $500 donation

May 9, 2013
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Backpack gets $500 donation

The coffers of the BackPack Program that provides food for students in need over the weekends has been infused with a $500 dollar donation from the Oconee Education Association. Sherry More, OCEA president, presented the check to the Oconee Education Foundation. The foundation this summer will continue to raise funds for the food program. The…

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50 state flags fly in Walhalla

May 9, 2013
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Flags of all 50 states are flying up and down Walhalla’s main thoroughfare, as the city prepares for Mayfest, its official  spring celebration and welcome to summer. Vanessa Penton of the chamber of commerce says the credit goes to Walhalla resident Betsy Comiskey.  Mayfest starts tomorrow!

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Duncan votes with majority

May 9, 2013
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Third District Congressman Jeff Duncan, Laurens Republican, cast his vote with the majority, as the House narrowly approved a bill that would allow private sector workers the option of trading over time pay for extra time off. The bill was approved 223-204, but its prospects are poor in both the Democratic Senate and with Democratic…

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