THURSDAY SPORTS: Tigers face NC State; Braves ‘Magic Number’ now 2; Norton dies

September 19, 2013

*It’s gameday for the Clemson Tigers. The 3rd-ranked Tigers are in Raleigh to take on North Carolina State on ESPN Thursday night at 7:30. Clemson is favored by 13.5 points. The Tigers won this matchup in Death Valley last season, 62-48. The last time on the road, the Wolfpack collected a 37-13 win, on a Thursday night…

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Honea: an early Sewer South believer

September 19, 2013

Emissary or intermediary? Which title befits a southern Oconeean who has been a believer in Sewer South and the Golden Corner Commerce Park from the early days? Ryan Honea this week drew the thanks of Council Chairman Joel Thrift by taking the time and effort to speak to southern Oconeeans whose properties run along the…

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Conference call to decide funding request

September 19, 2013

Chairman Sam Dickson of Oconee’s State “C” Fund Committee says he’ll schedule a conference call of committee members in two weeks for a decision on whether to fund what’s been described as a “temporary fix” to a traffic backup on Seneca By-Pass 123. On behalf of the South Carolina DOT, Randy Russell asked the “C”…

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State “C” funds committed for GCCP

September 19, 2013

South Carolina “C” fund money will be used to pave a “T”-shaped road within the Golden Corner Commerce Park at Fair Play. At the request of Scott Moulder, Oconee County administrator, the county “C” fund committee this morning committed $200 thousand for the project. Moulder said the county had received a contractor’s estimate of more…

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Road work to close part of Seneca street

September 19, 2013

A contractor has announced that part of Seneca’s N. Townville Street will be closed starting Monday for road construction. According to Earth Materials Grading of Belton, N. Townville Street—from E. N. 2nd to Hopkins Road—will remain closed until mid December. Affected traffic should follow a detour route onto N. Depot by E. N. 2nd and…

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Jail exception hearing tonight

September 19, 2013

Sheriff Mike Crenshaw hopes the second time will be the charm! The Walhalla Board of Zoning Appeals tonight will sit in judgment of the worthiness of the county’s newest application to build the replacement jail—opposite the 36-year old jail on S. Church Street. The board two years ago denied the county a special exception to…

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Calendar

  • November 23, 2014 9:30 amTamassee DAR School will “Committee of Angels” at Richland Presbyterian Church
  • November 25, 2014 5:15 pmBlue Ridge Tree Lighting
  • November 27, 2014 10:00 amWestminster Community Thanksgiving Meal
  • November 29, 2014 2:00 pmRestoration Church of God will host "Pictures with Santa"
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