Walhalla Detour Wednesday

October 16, 2012
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Walhalla Detour Wednesday

Part of Coffee Road near Walhalla will be closed Wednesday. Detours signs are up for the stretch of Coffee Road from Finkenstadt Drive to  the James Brown Elementary School.  SCDOT officials are attempting to work around morning and afternoon school traffic.  

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Spreading the work

October 16, 2012
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Special efforts are made being in the Oconee School District to open some of the new Walhalla High School to smaller, local contractors. According to assistant superintendent for operations, Dr. Michael Thorsland, few local contractors have the resources to undertake a high school building as large as 250 thousand square feet, but four smaller buildings…

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Protecting children

October 16, 2012
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When you send your children to school, you expect they will get the best education possible. You never expect that your child one day will return home, having been molested by a teacher. Oconee school district officials said today that, for the past four years, they have taken pro-active steps to prevent pedophiles from taking…

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History questions and new education standards

October 16, 2012
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History questions and new education standards

Common core education standards, now adopted by 45 states, arrive in two years at the Oconee School District. And Dianne England, assistant superintendent for instruction, says the district is preparing now to meet a states initiated set of standards that’ll place students on an even-playing field, with the end goal to prepare them for college…

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Arrest made in Chickasaw Point crime

October 16, 2012
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A 43-year old Oconeean has been arrested in a three-month investigation of stolen golf carts. Law enforcement records show that Steven Lamar Craig of Harbin Road, Westminster was arrested yesterday and charged with receiving stolen goods. Since July 19, the Sheriff’s Department has been investigating the disappearance of three golf carts from the clubhouse at…

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Students to take anti-gun pledge

October 16, 2012
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U-S Attorney Bill Nettles says members of his office and law enforcement partners are meeting tomorrow with South Carolina students, as part of of the state’s annual Student Pledge Against Gun Violence. Students at Seneca’s Blue Ridge Elementary, Fair-Oak Elementary, and Tamassee-Salem Elementary will sign pledge that if they see a gun they will not…

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