Tax bills to hit the mail

September 25, 2013

The U-S mail next week can expect to process as many as 74,000 Oconee County tax bills that’ll make their way from Columbia to county property owners. Those bills, printed for Oconee County by Lazer Print Plus in the Capital City, are a reminder of season’s change as much as they are a reminder of…

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Graham wants special exemption ended

September 25, 2013

U-S Senator Lindsey Graham wants to eliminate the special Congressional exemption under Obamacare—the Affordable Care Act. A statement from the South Carolina Republican’s office today reads: “America will suffer under Obamacare and Congress should be no different. I support the Vitter Amendment to end the special Obamacare exemption and force Congress to live under this…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Remembering Paul Dietzel; Bryant punished; So-Con’s oldest rivalry renews this weekend

September 25, 2013

*Fans in Baton Rouge, LA and Columbia, SC are mourning the passing of former LSU and South Carolina football coach Paul Dietzel, who died early Tuesday at age 89. Dietzel coached LSU from 1955-1961. His 1958 team won the National Championship after beating Clemson in the 1959 Sugar Bowl. After leaving Baton Rouge, Dietzel spent…

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NRC finishes fire inspection report at ONS

September 25, 2013

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission completed a fire inspection last month at the Oconee Nuclear Station. This week the government watchdog sent a 42-page report to Scott Batson, Oconee Site Vice President for Duke Energy, documenting what its inspectors found at Units 1, 2, and 3. The cover letter to Batson reads, “Two NRC-identified findings related…

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SHS recognizes National Merit students

September 25, 2013
SHS recognizes National Merit students

 A Seneca High senior, Emily Barber, is a semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced the names of Emily and 16 thousand other semifinalists. Those academically-talented students have the chance to continue in the competition for 8 thousand scholarships worth about $35 million to be offered next spring.…

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A second year of free credit monitoring

September 25, 2013

South Carolina is turning to a different company to provide free credit protection for state residents whose personal information was potentially compromised by last year’s computer breech at the State Department of Revenue. According to an announcement by Marcia Adams, Budget and Control Board Director, Texas-based CS Identity Corporation has been awarded a contract to…

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  • October 31, 2014Faith Baptist Church's Fall Festival
  • October 31, 2014 6:00 pmWalhalla High Cheerleader Candy Giveaway
  • October 31, 2014 6:00 pmBoo in the Bay
  • November 1, 2014Walhalla's Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
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