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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Industry prospect due tomorrow

March 12, 2013

The new up-and-running industrial electronics center opened by Tri-County Tech in the Sandy Springs Community sees an industrial prospect tomorrow. And Doug Allen, the acting dean of the engineering and technology division, said it’s a follow-up to an earlier meeting . . . and he’s hopeful something will be finalized during tomorrow’s meeting. Allen says…

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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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