West-Oak senior to receive Governor’s award

June 11, 2013
West-Oak senior to receive Governor’s award

A senior at West-Oak High and the Hamilton Career Center, is the recipient of one award after another this year. Cassidy Westmoreland is in line for a South Carolina Careers Governor Award Student of the Year. Cassidy earned salutatorian of her class and graduated with 32 high school credits—eight more than required. She earned all…

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Burglary arrest made, items still missing

June 11, 2013

The Walhalla police have arrested a man in the investigation of a home burglary last week on Bell Mill Road. Lt. Paul Harris said Randy Lee Cantrell, 33 years old, was arrested yesterday and charged with burglary second degree and larceny. The victim’s home was entered through a back door. Taken was a pocketbook containing…

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OSB changes WHS sewer route

June 11, 2013

Action by Oconee school trustees establishes a slightly-altered route to run sewer pipe to what will be the new Walhalla High School at Picket Post. Last night the trustees approved a route of highway 11, from Scenic Heights Baptist Church to Cane Creek. The original route left 11 near the church. “This should clear our…

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CWTP records impressive rainfalls

June 11, 2013

In a three-day period, Oconee’s wastewater plant recorded more than three inches of rainfall. The Coneross plant at Seneca is in the business of treating wastewater but sometimes, such as this week, heavy rain creates issues. “The system was functioning, for sure,” said Bob Winchester, executive director of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority. In the…

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Warning: malaria on a comeback

June 11, 2013

Chairman Wayne McCall of the Oconee County Council Law Enforcement and Public Safety Committee says he isn’t sure why, but a disease transmitted by the bite of mosquitoes is making a comeback. It’s called malaria. McCall last night urged the committee to consider protective measures that’ll ensure good health. He urged the county to borrow…

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Outlawing drug paraphernalia and getting tough on distracted driving

June 11, 2013

At the urging of Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, members of Oconee County Council want their attorney to review other counties’ laws against businesses selling drug paraphernalia for the purpose of proposing a similar ordinance to cover their county. The council’s law enforcement and public safety committee last night also agreed to get tough on distracted driving,…

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