Grant succeeds Hanvey

April 10, 2013
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Grant succeeds Hanvey

Walhalla’s James Brown Elementary is losing its principal to an administrative position in the district offices. The county board of trustees this week approved the appointment of Michelle Grant as the new director of Federal Programs and Professional Development. Grant succeeds Steve Hanvey. Hanvey’s appointment as Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, like Grant’s appointment, takes effect…

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Case settled and result sealed

April 10, 2013
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By order of a circuit judge, there will be no trial of the civil pleadings of a man who claims that, while an Oconee County jail inmate, he was beaten by a fellow prisoner. Rickie Joe Moore had sued the Oconee Detention Center, and the case got as far as a jury strike during last…

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Ceding control of city elections

April 10, 2013
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Without dissent, Westminster City Council voted last night to surrender control of its municipal elections to the county’s elections office. It’ll mean that the county office, located in the county administrative complex in Walhalla, would assume responsibilities for advertising and conducting the elections. As Joy Brooks, the county elections director, explained during last night’s city…

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SWAT training today!

April 10, 2013
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In Seneca today, it will be training only! The Oconee Sheriff’s Office plans to conduct SWAT training from 9 a-m to 5 p-m today at the old brick building near the location of the former Performance Chevrolet dealership, across from Oconee Lanes. Today’s exercises are for training only. No public action is required.

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Police seek forfeiture of private property

April 10, 2013
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The new hierarchy of the Westminster Police Department told city leaders last night that a stepped-up effort to rid the city streets of drugs can have financial benefits as well. Chief Dean Awalt and Assistant Chief Rory Jones told the mayor and council that, as the result of a pair of drug busts, the police…

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Mayor nixes firing range

April 10, 2013
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The Westminster mayor last night said his city should not get into the business of permitting a gun firing range on a small section of property on the city’s rodeo grounds on S. Bibb Street. Mayor Rick McCormick spoke last night after a firearms instructor, Helen Shepperd, requested the mayor and council look into the…

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