Raines calls chamber’s requirements “strict”

March 6, 2013

In the next couple of weeks Paul Raines says he and his group will meet to decide whether to accept the Greater Walhalla Area Chamber of Commerce’s conditions for staging “Week of Christmas” events on the Green, at Main and Catherine streets. A February 27 letter from the chamber gives Raines the go-ahead, provided there…

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Oconee teachers picked for science institute

March 6, 2013
Oconee teachers picked for science institute

Two Oconee County teachers have been selected to attend this summer’s Science P.L.U.S. Institute at Greenville County schools’ Roper Mountain Science Center. Funded by a S-C Education Improvement Act grant, the institute will allow Kristin Harms of Seneca Middle School and Sandy Whiteford of Walhalla Middle School to take intensive training in science teaching methods.…

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Meeting cancelled

March 6, 2013

The City of Walhalla Friends of the Pool meeting scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 has been cancelled, according to a City Hall announcement.

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Walhalla Girls Softball wins title

March 6, 2013
Walhalla Girls Softball wins title

The Walhalla Varsity softball team won a preseason tournament this past weekend. Team members are: Brook Winchester, Taylor Bowling, Taylor Anderson, Heather Jankowy, Carson Brewer, Kaitlyn Smith, Mackenzie Long, Alison Smith, Madison Barker, Taylor Crawford, Scout Stephens, Leann Bowers. Coaches:  Asst Dennis Anderson, Head John Chmelar, Asst Matt Boomhower, Asst Lori Norton. The girls beat Bera, Pendleton,…

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OC to reconsider stance on eminent domain

March 6, 2013

Oconee County Council would like to know the public’s attitude about the possibility of closing a county road—because a bridge owned by the railroad is no longer safe. The public’s feedback is to be sought on the possibility of closing Dyar Road near Seneca. The road, off the Old Clemson Highway, features a single-lane bridge,…

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The real solution to the drought

March 6, 2013

Last night’s hard rain was great for everyone concerned over Lake Hartwell, but the Army Corps of Engineers takes the position that while recent rain has been a relief, the only way to assure an exit from the drought is regular rainfall for more than a year. As for why the Corps’ requests for lower…

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