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Walhalla, Westminster to host Lifelong Learning Institute classes
March 6, 2018 – 12:11 am | No Comment
Walhalla, Westminster to host Lifelong Learning Institute classes | Test

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is giving Oconee County residents a chance to take classes closer to home.

Lunney House museum undergoes restoration
March 3, 2018 – 12:38 am | No Comment
Lunney House museum undergoes restoration | Test

Passersby who see scattered wood on the Lunney House Museum’s porch and construction vehicles in the yard have expressed concern to museum curator and director Dr. John Martin that the house is being torn down.

Acoustic duo brings soul to Carolinas
March 2, 2018 – 12:26 am | No Comment
Acoustic duo brings soul to Carolinas | Test

Acoustic duo Danika and The Jeb are spending the next week performing in western North Carolina and will end their Carolinian tour with a show at the Westminster Music Centre on March 9.

WCA to welcome the Swingin’ Medallions Saturday
March 1, 2018 – 12:31 am | No Comment
WCA to welcome the Swingin’ Medallions Saturday | Test

When the Swingin’ Medallions recorded “Double Shot of My Baby’s Love” in the summer of 1966, none of the members would have guessed the group would still be going strong in 2018, bass player Jimmy Perkins said.

Going out!
February 28, 2018 – 9:59 pm | No Comment

Use our calendar to make your weekend plans!

Solicitor’s son continues to honor mom’s memory
February 28, 2018 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Solicitor’s son continues to honor mom’s memory | Test

For the second consecutive year, Northside Elementary School student James Adams spearheaded a collection drive to benefit Safe Harbor as a way of paying tribute to his late mom, Chrissy Adams, who was a big supporter of the nonprofit.

Alex Vassey helps clients plan for the future
February 27, 2018 – 12:25 am | No Comment
Alex Vassey helps clients plan for the future | Test

Alex Vassey of Vassey Financial Planning & Investments doesn’t fit the mold of the typical financial planner.

Museum archives Louise Bell collection
February 24, 2018 – 12:35 am | No Comment
Museum archives Louise Bell collection | Test

Josh Johnson spends about 30 hours a week — usually more — archiving a seemingly endless number of pieces from the Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum’s newest acquisition, the Louise Matheson Bell collection.

Orchids take over World of Energy for annual show
February 23, 2018 – 12:56 am | No Comment
Orchids take over World of Energy for annual show | Test

The Blue Ridge Orchid Society and Duke Energy’s World of Energy have teamed up again for an annual orchid show that brings some vivid color to the usually dreary days of February.

Gateway Arts Center hosting expo, painting class
February 22, 2018 – 12:28 am | No Comment
Gateway Arts Center hosting expo, painting class | Test

The Gateway Arts Center is getting ready for some hands-on art action with its Saturday expo and upcoming adult classes.

Our Daily Rest — more than temporary shelter
February 21, 2018 – 12:59 am | No Comment
Our Daily Rest — more than temporary shelter | Test

At first glance, it would be natural to think of Our Daily Rest as simply a homeless shelter. While the facility is Oconee County’s only shelter, it provides many more services.

Volunteers needed to clear way for disc golf course
February 19, 2018 – 10:05 pm | No Comment

A disc golf course is in the works for Chau Ram Park in Westminster, and the city is asking for volunteers to help clear the way and expedite installation.

Utica to host men’s conference
February 16, 2018 – 11:00 pm | No Comment
Utica to host men’s conference | Test

Utica Baptist Church will host a simulcast of the annual Johnny Hunt Men’s Conference Feb. 23-24.

1790s Keowee Plantation: A shining antebellum castle on a hill
February 16, 2018 – 10:58 pm | No Comment
1790s Keowee Plantation: A shining antebellum castle on a hill | Test

Sharp, staccato gunshots from many long-barreled Revolutionary War flintlocks echoing across the blue mountains of upper South Carolina have long died away.