Article Archive for 3 March 2018
Oconee County Councilman Wayne McCall questioned the importance of two county entities Friday, saying he would like to “eliminate” Destination Oconee and offering a “what-if” scenario in which he would prefer to see cuts to tourism if needed to provide for the sheriff’s office and fire departments.
Oconee County school resource officers told an audience of nearly 200 at Walhalla High School Thursday night that parents can play a major role in reducing school violence or threats of school violence.
A total of 568 Oconee County seniors, military veterans and legally disabled residents have taken advantage of the county’s new policy allowing them to receive free annual passes for admission to county parks and boat landings since Jan. 8.
In a meeting with Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw on Friday, School District of Oconee County officials said their preferred plan for improving school safety is to add more school resource officers.