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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.
Editor’s note: Bill Bruehl and John Elliott are running for the District 1 Oconee County Council seat
By Caitlin Herrington
South Carolina native John Elliott just celebrated his 59th birthday and hopes to find another cause …
The School District of Oconee County’s special education director said position vacancies which existed at the beginning of the current school year are slowly being filled. However, the field itself continues to experience an overall shortage nationwide.
Central town administrator Phillip Mishoe has been in a situation many in his profession never experience, working for nearly three years without a contract.
Outstanding October” continues at Keowee Key as the community celebrated another renovation project coming online this week.