High School Basketball Round-up

December 28, 2012
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In the Apple Classic Holiday Hoops Tournament going on this week at Walhalla High School – on Thursday, Walhalla’s girls defeated Easley 62-37. Heather Jankowy with 22 points to open the tournament. The Lady Razors will face Pickens at 6:00 PM Friday. The Lady Blue Flame downed Liberty 50-17 on Thursday. Walhalla’s boys got a…

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Autopsy confirms traffic death

December 28, 2012
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An autopsy has disclosed blunt force chest trauma the cause of death of an 82-year old man involved in Wednesday afternoon’s car accident on Walhalla’s W. Main Street. Coroner Karl Addis said of the autopsy on Will Kelley of Mountain Rest: “Although pre-existing medical conditions were found at autopsy; no definitive event could be documented…

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Clemson boil water advisory

December 28, 2012
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Clemson has issued a boil water advisory affecting customers in five neighborhoods. Those in Lynwood subdivision, Chimney Ridge Apartments, Old Shirley Road, Tabor Street, and Spring Street should vigorously boil their water for at least one full minute before drinking or cooking, until otherwise notified by the city. Any ice made from water that has…

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Apple Classic Tournament is Underway

December 27, 2012
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The 2012 Apple Classic Holiday Hoops Tournament got underway Thursday morning at Walhalla High School. The first game of the day saw the Pickens girls defeat Liberty 50-17. The opening game of the boys bracket saw Stephens County, GA defeat Blue Ridge 55-38. Walhalla’s girls play Easley at 6pm Thursday, while the Razorback boys have…

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Small jets becoming common

December 27, 2012
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Now that its runway is longer, Oconee Regional Airport is seeing an increase in larger aircraft, such as a small passenger jet that arrived yesterday. It was a Gulfstream 5 jet, piloted by the father of a Clemson student. Friday, May 13, 2011—the date five thousand foot runway opened—proved a lucky day. Short estimates a…

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Above all one goal in 2013

December 27, 2012
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An anti-litter project that got off the ground this year ranks as the number one for next year for the executive director of Keep Oconee Beautiful. Nicci Hanewald says it’s the prohibition of small metal wire signs, on public right of way where those signs are illegal. Keep Oconee Beautiful is an officially recognized player…

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