Article Archive for 4 December 2017
Walhalla American Legion Post 124 will get an early Christmas present Sunday when members dedicate their new headquarters on Kenneth Street in a ribbon-cutting ceremony a decade in the making.
The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority board voted Monday to present a letter to Oconee County Council in response to the county’s request for the sewer authority to take over ownership, operation and maintenance of the Golden Corner Commerce Park pump station.
Michael Lee Trotter, 33, of 821 Twin Springs Drive, was released from the detention center Monday on a combined $30,000 surety bond. Trotter was also charged in the September theft of a dual-axle trailer on Nov. 14.
Willie: On behalf of the veterans of the Upstate, the celebration of Veterans Day this year was an outstanding success for many of us.