“Wild dogs” roam Walhalla

May 23, 2013

izer gun was zeroing-in on a pack of wild dogs believed to be hiding in a wooded area on the grounds of the former Avondale Manufacturing Company plant. Police Chief Ronald Wilbanks says as many as five dogs, as part of a pack, have been roaming Main Street and other sections of Walhalla for about…

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Four suspects in Seneca holdup

May 23, 2013

The police in Seneca say they have four people in custody in their investigation of a late night armed robbery at the Marathon gas station/ convenience store on the 123 By-Pass. Chief John Covington says he expects to identify the suspects and detail the charges later today. A gunman, wearing a mask, entered Marathon at…

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Grace Moxley wins Dorothy Friend Scholarship

May 23, 2013

A Walhalla senior with plans to enroll at the College of Charleston has won this year’s scholarship named for one of the co-founders of WGOG Radio. Josh Young, Walhalla High principal, has announced Grace Moxley as the recipient of the 2013 Dorothy Friend Scholarship. Friend was a graduate of the Journalism School at the University…

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Ann Rogers recognized by Governor Haley

May 23, 2013
Ann Rogers recognized by Governor Haley

A long-time volunteer with the Oconee Public Library, Ann Rogers, received a S.C. Governor’s Volunteer Award last week for her work with the South Carolina Room at the Walhalla Library. Rogers previously won the Sarah Mills Norton Award for Volunteer Service at the Oconee Library’s Volunteer Week dinner. The latest award was presented by Governor…

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Columbia man arrested after Westminster accidents

May 23, 2013

A 49-year old Columbia man has been jailed in Oconee County after what the police say were two traffic accidents last night in Westminster. Chief Dean Awalt said the first accident occurred when a vehicle struck a parked vehicle on Butler Street and then a pedestrian nearby. The Oconee Detention Center booking report lists five…

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Mayor and council headed out of state!

May 23, 2013

Clemson has called off its city council meeting scheduled Monday, June 3. Council members plan to be in Buffalo, New York for an International Town and Gown Conference. The association offers a network of resources to help civic leaders, university officials, faculty, neighborhood residents and students collaborate in ways to better life for all.

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