Hydrants key to lower ISO

August 7, 2013

The Walhalla fire chief says hydrants are the key to qualifying homeowners for lower insurance rates. And Chief Doug Kelley inquired of the city’s elected leaders last night whether they would be willing to approve the necessary funds to place new hydrants within the un-incorporated sections of their fire protection district. According to Kelley, it…

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A thorough soaking—again!

August 7, 2013

Parts of 96.3/WGOG land came in for another thorough soaking courtesy of a thunder and lightning storm that arrived shortly before 8:30 last night. The area remained under a flood warning until 12:30 this morning. The rain created flooding conditions on parts of the Shiloh and Davis Creek roads near Seneca. Crews were called to…

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Councilwoman to seek second term

August 7, 2013

A Walhalla councilwoman confirmed her plan last night to seek a second term in office November 5. When qualifying opens this month, Jennifer Crawford says she’ll be among the candidates for one of three available seats. Crawford is completing a two-year term. Should she be re-elected, she’ll get to serve four years, under Walhalla’s recently-adopted…

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Insurance policies cover Sumter crime victims

August 6, 2013

From a financial standpoint, the Sumter team in the Dixie Boys World Series in Seneca should be made whole for its equipment lost to thieves outside its motel. Rick Lacey, Seneca Recreation Director and city host to the visiting teams, says Sumter can benefit from multiple insurance policies. “The Dixie program also has insurance for…

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Expanded jury pool for August 26

August 6, 2013

A larger than normal jury pool is being summoned for this month’s Oconee General Sessions Court. A court officer has confirmed to 96.3/WGOG NEWS as many as 250 Oconeeans are being called for potential jury duty the week of August 26-30. It’s that week, for which there are indications, that the State will call the…

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Man’s quest against drug paraphernalia

August 6, 2013

Frankie Pearson may have lost his bid last year to win a seat on Oconee County Council, but an issue that stretches beyond the election is a chance for him to solve a community problem. It’s the problem of the legal sale of items used to facilitate illegal drug use. Pearson started in Westminster to…

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  • October 22, 2014 10:00 amPreserving 101 for Beginners at the Salem Branch of the OCPL
  • October 24, 2014The Emerson Rose Heart Foundation’s 4th Annual Golf Tournamen
  • October 25, 2014 10:00 amCORVETTES AT TAMASSEE DAR School
  • October 25, 2014 4:00 pmWestminster First Baptist Church's Trunk or Treat
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