Article Archive for 6 February 2017
The hearing scheduled for Monday to decide if Edward Alexander will finish his senior year as a homebound student at NEXT School Eagle Ridge was canceled, and the case has been removed to federal court.
Leading the way at Oconee County Council’s retreat last week, chairwoman Edda Cammick opened by asking council’s four other members, along with county administrator Scott Moulder, what issues are most pressing to them as they look toward the year ahead.
While there’s still some clerical work to be completed, a settlement was reached as expected Monday to end litigation between a minor child and the School District of Oconee County and a former Walhalla High School soccer player following a hazing incident nearly two years ago.
In a recent news release, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office provided its monthly scam update and warned about numerous types of scams that have been reported in the last month, including two social media scams.