Walhalla to file ARC grant request

March 13, 2013

Mayor Danny Edwards says Walhalla will meet a deadline next week to file an application for as much as $500 thousand from the Appalachian Regional Commission. It’s money that Walhalla would apply to its downtown streetscape project. As the result of last night’s streetscape work session, the mayor says he and council cut out project…

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West-Oak students attend competition

March 13, 2013
West-Oak students attend competition

West-Oak students attended the engineering competition this week at the University of South Carolina. Attending Project Lead The Way and Gateway to Technology were West-Oak Middle School students Leevi James, Maddy Lee, and Drew Jacobs and West-Oak High students Tim Wayman, Garrett McGuffin, and Dustin Drake. This was the first year that middle school students…

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Ratepayers to dig deeper

March 13, 2013

Westminster’s retail electric power customers will have to dig deeper into their pocketbooks to make good on their bills. 96.3/WGOG NEWS has been told that at last nights meeting, the city council unanimously voted to pass on the costs of a 7.3% increase from its electric power wholesale supplier to its retail customers. The increase…

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Truck strikes trailer on 123

March 13, 2013

An accident early last night near Seneca required medical treatment for a roadside worker. According to a report received by 96.3/WGOG NEWS, a truck stuck a trailer being used to set safety cones in place, ahead of a re-paving project on 123. The truck driver was sent to the hospital.

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Walhalla address Streetscape

March 13, 2013

At no charge, a Greenwood company has given Walhalla’s elected leaders an idea of what it could cost to re-work a four-block section of the downtown business district: #359 :15 “…FOR FREE.” At the start of an informal City Hall meeting, Mayor Edwards last night referred to a Greenwood company’s estimate of $2.3 million that…

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“NIMBY” raises its head again

March 13, 2013
“NIMBY” raises its head again

About 25 people—and two squirrels—made up the audience last night for the Oconee Sheriff’s pitch to build a new jail on the cemetery side of the Law Enforcement Center in Walhalla. Two squirrels, running loose inside the Walhalla Depot building, proved to be a minor distraction as third-month Sheriff Mike Crenshaw tested the waters as…

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