On the hustings for Streetscape

July 16, 2013

Walhalla’s first-term mayor on the hustings today, inviting the business community for an important meeting tonight on the Streetscape project. The Honorable Danny Edwards hopes as many downtown merchants as possible take part in tonight’s 6:30 meeting at the Depot. They’ll receive information and get to ask questions about Streetscape, a project to help pump…

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Outflows to increase at three dams

July 16, 2013

Water managers with the Army Corps of Engineers are calling for increased outflows from all three Savannah River dams. Their intent to get rid of water occupying the flood storage levels in three reservoirs. A spokeswoman said, “Our standard operating procedure requires us to evacuate flood storage at Thurmond first, then Russell, then Hartwell last.…

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Five week until school starts

July 16, 2013

The calendar reads early summer, and many Oconeeans still have not completed their beach vacations. But Dr. Mike Lucas, county superintendent of education, reminded the board of trustees last night that teachers report in four weeks and the first day of classes will be in five weeks. While the public schools remain virtually shut during…

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Church may continue to worship at WHS

July 16, 2013

The congregation of Golden Corner Church may continue to rent Walhalla High School as a place of worship, even though Oconee School District leadership admitted a failure to follow policy governing the use of facilities after school hours. Dr. Mike Lucas, county superintendent, apologized and accepted the blame last night after the issue was raised…

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Canoe fatality on the Chattooga

July 16, 2013

The body of a 64-year old man was pulled from the Chattooga River last night about an hour and a half after a canoe apparently tipped over. Coroner Karl Addis says the death of the Madison, Georgia man is suspected drowning. The decedent’s name is to be released today. Meantime, a post-mortem exam has been…

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Tragedy to Clemson family behind new test law

July 15, 2013

A Clemson couple is gratified by the passage of a state law that requires testing newborns for congenital heart defects. The bill, set to become law in September, was requested by Susan and Jason Smith after the couple lost their first child, Emerson Rose Smith, in 2011 at the age of just two and a…

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