Auditor discovers WU water loss

December 12, 2012

The auditor for the town of West Union has detected a major loss of water, and the mayor says it equates to hundreds of gallons a month worth thousands of dollars a year. Auditor Dave Suttles provided Mayor Linda Oliver and the town council last night with his discovery, as part of his report on…

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Anticipating the fiscal cliff

December 12, 2012

If the leadership of Oconee schools wagered, their bet would be on a solution before the federal government’s financial condition falls from the cliff, forcing major funding cuts. Near the end of this week’s meeting Dr. Mike Lucas, superintendent of education, led the trustees in a discussion of what-if. If the fiscal cliff can’t be…

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Pre-filed legislation

December 12, 2012

Oconee County’s two resident members of the State House of Representatives have pre-filed a pair of bills to be considered during the 2013 legislative session, which begins next month. District Two’s Bill Sandifer seeks to amend a law, to allow for “Brianna’s Law.” If approved, the amendment would increase to life without parole or death,…

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Solid waste sets holiday schedule

December 12, 2012

Oconee County Solid Waste has set its holiday schedule. The landfill will accept regular business Monday, December 24 and close Tuesday and Wednesday, December 25 and 26. The landfill also closes Tuesday, January 1. Oconee’s manned convenience centers will operate 7 a-m to 3 p-m December 24 and close on December 25 and 26. The…

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CU students help send others to school

December 12, 2012

A creative inquiry team at Clemson University has started $60 scholarships. The social enterprise provides education chances to impoverished children in the Central American country of Belize. Today through Friday, class members and volunteers from campus organizations are staffing a donation booth in the Hendrix Student Center. The class has partnered with Unity Christian School…

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Seneca nears automatic pay deposits

December 12, 2012

Within six months to one year, Seneca will no longer hand out paychecks to its workers. City Council last night approved a requirement that pay checks for all new city workers be automatically deposited in the workers’ bank accounts. As many as seven out of every 10 existing Seneca employees volunteered for automatic pay deposit.…

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  • January 30, 2015Walhalla Civic Auditorium Presents Southern Fried Nuptials
  • February 1, 2015 10:00 amShellem Cline at Bethel Baptist Church Singing
  • February 5, 2015 7:00 pmHoly Spirit Encounter Conference
  • February 7, 2015 12:00 pmBenefit for Jack Norris
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