Article Archive for 2 August 2014
Four Oconee County first-responder units have “answered the call” to contribute funds to a local memorial that will honor first responders killed in the 9/11 terrorists attacks.
Oconee Nuclear Station officials will likely find out in the next several weeks about any findings and required inspections by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) after an “apparent violation” related to a the shutdown of a nuclear reactor for three weeks last November.
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WALHALLA — The Oconee County Parks, Recreation and Tourism (PRT) Commission is accepting grant applications through the accommodations tax through Aug. 15 at 2 p.m.
Application guides may be requested through the PRT office …
With only a few weeks until the first day of classes at Clemson University, some incoming students have been left scrambling for housing.
Oconee County sheriff Mike Crenshaw said Friday he has not forgotten about the 2009 case of an estimated $505,000 in missing drug money, which led federal officials to suspend the county’s ability to share in proceeds for its part in federal investigations where money or property is seized.
Upstate deer hunters who lease or manage their own hunting lands have plenty of chores to last them from now until the sound of the opening buzzer of the season, whether your start date is Sept. 15 or two weeks later in the Mountain Hunt Unit.