Sen. Graham now a Paul Harris Fellow

February 17, 2014
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Lindsey Graham’s job in Washington prevents him from attending meetings of the Walhalla Rotary Club. But since his days as a Walhalla lawyer more than 20 years ago, Senator Graham has been a dues-paying member of the club. And today the club took time in Graham’s presence to award their distinguished member an award emblematic…

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CU re-accredited!

February 17, 2014
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Clemson University has been re-accredited for the next 10 years by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges. After a two-year university self-study and site visit, the commission accredited Clemson to continue awarding bachelor’s, master’s education specialist and doctoral degrees. “This confirms that Clemson University‘s basic academic standards are in place and…

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Officials remove children from Seneca home

February 17, 2014
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The police say three small Seneca children have been removed from their home as part of a police and social services investigation. That investigation produced neglect charges against Tiffany Lynn Payne, a 25 year old mother. The police say the three children, all under the age of 10 years old, have been removed from Payne’s…

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Herschel Walker brings talent show to Toccoa

February 17, 2014
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Former football star and now businessman Herschel Walker late one night googled talent videos, and it occurred to him that the performers receive no monetary support even though their submissions get plenty of hits on the computer. That gave Walker an idea to showcase talent from some of America’s smallest towns—such as Toccoa in his…

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UPDATE: Pickup strikes home

February 17, 2014
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A pickup went out of control struck a Walhalla home, a trash can, and wound up on top of a concrete retaining wall that separates the house from a neighboring home. No one was hurt, but the police say the damage estimate at 13 Ballenger Street is $9,500. Chief Ronald Wilbanks says a blue Ford…

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Tech student places first

February 17, 2014
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A Tri-County Technical College sophomore placed first in the Persuasive Speaking Category in this year’s competition of the South Carolina Speech and Theatre Association. Samantha Crowl of Central, criminal justice major, took the highest honor, placing first in the Persuasive Speaking category. Tech was represented by two students in the competition. Besides Crowl, freshman transfer…

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