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Democratic gubernatorial candidate James Smith and running mate Mandy Powers Norrell made a campaign stop in downtown Walhalla on Thursday afternoon, talking to business and community leaders and saying he is optimistic about his support in the Upstate in the Nov. 6 general election.
Nearly 120 students in Oconee and Pickens counties learned about life in the workplace through job shadowing opportunities at 25 area businesses this week.
After two meetings in consecutive weeks, Oconee County Council’s Law Enforcement, Public Safety, Health and Welfare Committee has asked interim county administrator Rick Martin to continue discussions on animal control ordinance revisions with animal control officers.
After two visits to the same home in less than 24 hours, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 49-year-old Walhalla man on two charges of second-degree domestic violence.
A survey seeking input from parents and School District of Oconee County employees on calendar options, including a year-round school calendar, for 2020-21 has been sent out, with votes sought by Oct. 26.