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Emily Roberts, who has taught at Walhalla Elementary School for three of her seven years in the School District of Oconee County, said she is excited about the new administrative role she will step into at the school next week.
After more than a year of discussion, a third proposed ordinance to allow short-term rentals in Seneca is one step closer to becoming law.
More than 40 Oconee County third-graders went home with a bag full of books on Tuesday in an effort to encourage them to keep reading through the summer.
After approving first reading of a 2019-20 fiscal year general fund budget of a little more than $2 million with no tax increase the month before, Central Town Council unanimously approved final reading including a 1-mill tax increase and a hike in water and sanitation rates.