Walhalla and Westminster to get political

July 17, 2013

Political fever will soon run through both Walhalla and Westminster. Those two Oconee County municipalities hold elections this year—each of which will take place November 5. This year Walhalla holds two elections simultaneously. One, to fill an unexpired term on the city council. The other is a general election to fill three other seats. On…

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“An opportunity with a private developer”

July 17, 2013

Oconee County apparently has an opportunity with a private developer interested in the Golden Corner Commerce Park in Fair Play. After an executive session, the county council last night authorized its administrator to proceed with negotiations. Administrator Scott Moulder declined to reveal specifics, but said the possibility arose as the result of the go ahead…

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The skinny on Streetscape

July 17, 2013

The showing of a 3-D concept video of how Streetscape might look in Walhalla generated questions and comments during a mayor and city council-sponsored meeting last night at the Depot. That video and opening remarks made by Mayor Danny Edwards elicited mostly favorable reaction by about 35 members of the public—including merchants and downtown building…

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Morreys get their audience at Pine Street

July 17, 2013

A Mountain Rest man and wife, critical of county government at this year’s budget hearing, got the audience they sought yesterday—a meeting with county officials that allowed them to make recommendations to improve government. When it comes to how tax dollars are spent for the public good, it was obvious at the start that John…

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Fallen hiker receives help

July 17, 2013

A hiker who apparently fell in the vicinity of the Keowee-Toxaway State Park in Pickens County received assistance during a search late yesterday afternoon. According to a report received, the hiker encountered trouble when he became dizzy and fell on the Nature Bridge Trail.

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Missing woman OK and safe

July 17, 2013

Oconee Sheriff’s Office has ended its search for a Salem woman reported missing and not heard from for three and a half weeks. Rudi Samya Murphy was reported missing by a daughter, who filed a report with deputies Monday afternoon. Jimmy Watt, office spokesman, quotes deputies as saying Murphy made contact with the daughter sometime…

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