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Duke officials planning to move two transformers
August 28, 2019 – 12:10 am | Comments Off on Duke officials planning to move two transformers
Duke officials planning to move two transformers

Though the details aren’t set in stone yet, a spokesman for Duke Energy confirmed two transformers are set to be moved through Oconee County in the coming weeks.

Local orchard continues 46-year tradition
August 27, 2019 – 12:58 am | Comments Off on Local orchard continues 46-year tradition
Local orchard continues 46-year tradition

While he has a Mountain Rest address, Marvin Bryson says he is actually considers himself closer to Long Creek.

Hasn’t that been tried before?
August 27, 2019 – 12:56 am | Comments Off on Hasn’t that been tried before?
Hasn’t that been tried before?

Willie: With the city getting rid of animals at events and no pets allowed at the Shaver Complex, I wonder with all the open land the city owns, what would it take to open a dog park for our lovely critters?

College football season preview inside today
August 27, 2019 – 12:51 am | Comments Off on College football season preview inside today
College football season preview inside today

A small smattering of games got things going over the weekend, but the college football season is about to get into full swing.

Former councilmen join race
August 27, 2019 – 12:47 am | Comments Off on Former councilmen join race
Former councilmen join race

Rusty Cater and Danny Duncan each served at least two terms on council and have entered the field to win one of three empty seats.

Pence speaks at Duncan’s Faith & Freedom BBQ
August 27, 2019 – 12:46 am | Comments Off on Pence speaks at Duncan’s Faith & Freedom BBQ
Pence speaks at Duncan’s Faith & Freedom BBQ

The keynote speaker at Rep. Jeff Duncan’s ninth annual Faith & Freedom BBQ may have been the most well-known yet.

Seneca, Clemson workers part of strike against AT&T
August 27, 2019 – 12:43 am | Comments Off on Seneca, Clemson workers part of strike against AT&T
Seneca, Clemson workers part of strike against AT&T

AT&T employees were picketing outside the company’s building on West North Second Street in Seneca on Monday morning with signs like “Honk if you support workers” and others indicating they were on strike against the company.

Audit doesn’t include source of raises
August 27, 2019 – 12:14 am | Comments Off on Audit doesn’t include source of raises
Audit doesn’t include source of raises

The $85,000 audit recently presented to Oconee County lists three main objectives for its research of finances from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2019, but certain portions of that search aren’t answered in the report.

Six file for Walhalla council election
August 27, 2019 – 12:12 am | Comments Off on Six file for Walhalla council election
Six file for Walhalla council election

The field for the three open seats on Walhalla City Council in the Nov. 5 municipal elections doubled to six on Monday as three candidates completed paperwork to get on the ballot before the noon filing deadline.

Four file for four seats in West Union
August 27, 2019 – 12:10 am | Comments Off on Four file for four seats in West Union
Four file for four seats in West Union

Though many of the names set to appear on the ballot for West Union’s town council election match those of sitting members, there is one newcomer signed up for an unopposed race.

The ‘uglification’ of our roadsides
August 27, 2019 – 12:09 am | Comments Off on The ‘uglification’ of our roadsides
The ‘uglification’ of our roadsides

Editor: South Carolina once had large prairie areas that supported wildlife including bison, elk, birds and pollinators.

Easley company’s expansion expected to add 47 new jobs
August 27, 2019 – 12:06 am | Comments Off on Easley company’s expansion expected to add 47 new jobs
Easley company’s expansion expected to add 47 new jobs

A more than $16 million investment from a current Pickens County automation supplier is creating 47 new jobs in Easley and expanding its current operations.