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Paperwork submitted for $500K grant
September 21, 2019 – 12:09 am | Comments Off on Paperwork submitted for $500K grant
Paperwork submitted for $500K grant

Oconee County has submitted a grant application to the South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority for half a million dollars so Salem can extend a water line.

Community meetings to focus on suicide prevention
September 21, 2019 – 12:07 am | Comments Off on Community meetings to focus on suicide prevention
Community meetings to focus on suicide prevention

The School District of Oconee County, in an increasing effort to bring a greater awareness to mental health issues impacting students — which in some cases have led to suicides —will hold a series of meetings next week with parents and community members.

Nobody’s playing
September 21, 2019 – 12:05 am | Comments Off on Nobody’s playing
Nobody’s playing

A student posting the lyrics of a potentially threatening song on social media led to a police investigation and a 90-minute “administrative lockdown” at Oconee Christian Academy in Seneca on Friday.

Donkey dilemma from the left
September 21, 2019 – 12:04 am | Comments Off on Donkey dilemma from the left
Donkey dilemma from the left

I think Ed Tucker of Salem was right in his recent letter to the editor about why the Democrats chose their mascot.

Vote not tone deaf, but a call to action
September 20, 2019 – 12:57 am | Comments Off on Vote not tone deaf, but a call to action
Vote not tone deaf, but a call to action

Editor: As the father of an SDOC student, I disagree with your editorial accusing the school board of being tone deaf to the county’s parents.

Life is sweet: Honey sampling event set for Saturday in Walhalla
September 20, 2019 – 12:55 am | Comments Off on Life is sweet: Honey sampling event set for Saturday in Walhalla
Life is sweet: Honey sampling event set for Saturday in Walhalla

All honey does not taste the same. 

Battle of the bye week
September 20, 2019 – 12:54 am | Comments Off on Battle of the bye week
Battle of the bye week

By now, I suppose many of y’all are used to the reality that is living in a Southern football town in the fall. Typically I am, too.

I’m sorry for what happened to you
September 20, 2019 – 12:45 am | Comments Off on I’m sorry for what happened to you
I’m sorry for what happened to you

Willie: Heads up to some thoughts being given to building a traffic circle (roundabout) at the Clemson-area intersection of Cherry and Old Stone Church roads. I

Mayor reports restaurant additions
September 20, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Mayor reports restaurant additions
Mayor reports restaurant additions

A local couple with a restaurant in Walhalla has reportedly bought the former Dairy Queen building and Waffle House is scouting the area, bringing two potential new eateries to West Union.

Optimism abounds after first meeting between city, nonprofit officials
September 20, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Optimism abounds after first meeting between city, nonprofit officials
Optimism abounds after first meeting between city, nonprofit officials

A smaller group comprised of representatives of The Arts Center, Clemson Area African-American Museum and three Clemson City Council members saw all parties encouraged at the talks that took place and a more positive feeling about addressing the nonprofits’ space needs moving forward.

Letter to declare county’s intention for Seneca church
September 20, 2019 – 12:27 am | Comments Off on Letter to declare county’s intention for Seneca church
Letter to declare county’s intention for Seneca church

After a Sunday morning visit to Mount Nebo Baptist Church last week, Oconee County administrator Amanda Brock said she learned a real fear of demolition or relocation perpetuated the congregation, and council supported her efforts Tuesday night to put those worries to rest.

Walhalla planners approve rezoning
September 20, 2019 – 12:26 am | Comments Off on Walhalla planners approve rezoning
Walhalla planners approve rezoning

Members of the Walhalla Planning Commission approved a rezoning request Thursday night that would allow a developer to build 12 homes on 2.5 acres.