TUESDAY SPORTS: Walhalla wins; advances to playoffs

February 18, 2014
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In high school basketball Monday, Walhalla’s boys defeated West-Oak 65-42. Will Robert led the way with his 19 points for the Razorbacks. Monday night’s game was the regular season finale. Hal Dunlap’s team clinches the fourth seed in Western AAA and will face Travelers Rest on the road at 7:00 PM Thursday. On the girl’s…

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Hart County says no to PRWD

February 18, 2014
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An Oconee-based water utility will have to look elsewhere for help withdrawing water from Lake Hartwell. WLHR Lake Hartwell Radio reports the members of the Hart County, Georgia Water and Sewer Authority voted 5-0 last night against Oakway-based Pioneer Rural Water District’s request to piggyback onto Hart’s Army Corps of Engineer’s permit. As Hugh Holland,…

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Whitmire to defer to local school honchos

February 18, 2014
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On the question of whether to forgive school days lost to bad weather, a state lawmaker says he’s going to defer to Oconee County school authorities. However, Bill Whitmire of Walhalla, as the House District One representative, voted yea when it came to a resolution that would allow public schools to waive bringing students back…

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Graham: on health care and OMC-GHS

February 18, 2014
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What does a U-S senator who lives in Oconee County think of the potential for the county to see its local hospital merge into some kind of an affiliation with a larger out of county health care provider? Well, if you are Senator Lindsey Graham, there’s a bottom line to health care in the 21st…

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Some questions answered, some answers unknown

February 18, 2014
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In a sit-down interview recorded yesterday, the president/CEO at Oconee Medical Center addressed for 96.3/WGOG NEWS rumors of an employee down-sizing in the wake of the announcement of the start of talks with a Greenville-based health care organization. And OMC’s Jeanne Ward also responded to another continual rumor in the community that, rather than an…

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Distracted driving law proposed in OC

February 17, 2014
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Oconee’s second-year sheriff intends to ask the County Council for a county-wide law that forbids distracted driving. And it won’t cover simply texting and driving. It’ll require hand-free cell phone use while a vehicle is in motion. Sheriff Crenshaw gave details today of the ordinance that he has drafted, and the details are being aired…

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