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Around 70 people filled a room in the Gignilliat Community Center that featured two local candidates vying for the S.C. House District 2 seat in a town hall forum.
The Knights of Columbus Council 6884 and the Oconee Federal Charitable Foundation recently donated a $26,000 check to the Special Olympics.
The town of Central and Friends of the Green Crescent are working together in an effort to bring the Central portion of the trail to fruition.
The promotion ceremony for Maj. Gen. Timothy J. Sheriff took place earlier this month at Collins Hill Chapel at Collins Ole Towne in Central. Sheriff was sworn in by Maj. Gen. Robert E. Livingston, South Carolina’s adjutant general.
Walhalla City Council members will not vote tonight on the bonds needed to fund construction of the city’s new water treatment plant.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office was among 15 agencies recently recognized by Gov. Henry McMaster for saving lives “through their officers’ administration of Narcan,” according to a statement from the governor’s office.
Sunday marked the start of National Rail Safety Week, and members of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office monitored railroad crossings a little more closely Tuesday as part of Operation Clear Track.