Salem town business tonight

November 8, 2012

The official business for the town of Salem is to be transacted at 6 tonight at Town Hall, as the mayor and the council hold their November meeting. Among the matters on the agenda is the November 13 special election to fill a council seat. Brad Norton, town attorney, has requested part of tonight’s meeting…

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Death on the highways

November 8, 2012

A midnight hour rollover accident took the life of a 35-year old Westminster woman. At the request of the woman’s family, her name is being withheld until late this morning to allow additional family members to be located and notified. The accident occurred around 12:20 a-m in Blackjack Road, about two-tenths of a mile from…

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Exactly what happened?

November 8, 2012

Two separate Oconee County audiences are to be treated today to an analysis and conjecture of what caused Americans to vote as they did on Tuesday in the 2012 General Election. At 8 o’clock this morning at Thrift Development near Seneca, political analyst Chip Felkel will speak to the Oconee Alliance on the topic, “What…

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But who won the write-in?

November 7, 2012

Those leaving Oconee County election headquarters late last night knew that Mike Crenshaw unofficially received enough votes to become Sheriff-elect, but no one seemed to know who won a write-in vote to serve on the county Soil and Water Conservation Board. 96.3/WGOG NEWS learned that Joy Brooks, elections director, was working this afternoon to determine…

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College Application Month

November 7, 2012

The Seneca High School Guidance Department encouraged students to apply to at least one college during College Application Month in October. The senior class responded by completing 409 college applications, with 92% of the class completing at least one. The guidance department hosted college admissions counselors. Students were able to hear a presentation from each…

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Let bygones be bygones

November 7, 2012

During the campaign Wayne McCall, as the maverick member of Oconee County Council, made known his differences with two of his colleagues running for re-election. But now that the results are in, McCall has extended an olive branch to both Joel Thrift and Reg Dexter. He called both Thrift and Dexter this morning to offer…

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