Six Mile to honor Medal of Honor winners

March 22, 2013

Pickens County is known as a place with more Medal of Honor recipients per capita than any other county in the country. The Town of Six Mile is making plans to honor its county’s four recipients during this year’s Memorial Day celebration. The event will take place 10 o’clock Monday morning, May 27 at Six…

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Back on the docket in position #1

March 22, 2013

The lawsuit for a man who claims that, while serving as an Oconee prisoner, he was beaten by a fellow inmate has been returned to the docket of county’s Common Pleas Court—-and is set number one for trial the week of April 1-5. It’s the case of Rickie Joe Moore against Oconee Detention Center and…

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Hydrant flushing

March 22, 2013

Walhalla has chosen the first full month of spring to undertake hydrant flushing within its water system. Hydrants are to be flushed starting Monday, April 1 through Tuesday, April 30. The water will be safe to drink, according to City Hall. For a short time, however, before doing laundry, it’s good advice to check your…

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PRWD eyes Rural Development loan/grant

March 22, 2013

After a public hearing this week, Pioneer Rural Water District of Oconee-Anderson is moving forward with a combination grant-loan application to one of the country’s largest federal agencies. Within the utilities programs in the Rural Development part of the U-S Department of Agriculture, the rural two-county water retailer pins its hopes for a loan of…

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Jeff Jackson Resigns As Furman Men’s Basketball Coach

March 22, 2013
Jeff Jackson Resigns As Furman Men’s Basketball Coach

Jeff Jackson has resigned as Furman men’s basketball coach after seven seasons with the program, it was announced on Friday by Furman athletics director Dr. Gary Clark. The Paladins posted a 7-24 record and 3-15 Southern Conference mark this past season under Jackson, who compiled an 85-131 overall record in seven seasons at the helm…

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Teachers renewed for 2013-14

March 22, 2013

All existing Oconee public school teachers who wish to return to their classrooms for another year have new contract offers. Earnestine Williams, director of human resources for the school district, announced this week that 893 contracts approved by the board of trustees are being issued. Some current Oconee teachers, however, are retiring. Some have chosen…

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  • November 1, 2014Walhalla's Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
  • November 1, 2014 10:30 amMtn. Rest Cloggers Fund Raiser
  • November 1, 2014 4:00 pmCity of Salem Cruise-In
  • November 1, 2014 6:00 pmOle Country Church Singing
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