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Pickens County fire boards in disarray
March 8, 2019 – 12:55 am | Comments Off on Pickens County fire boards in disarray
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Council asked to consider unified fire board 

Soccer complex could boost Walhalla
March 8, 2019 – 12:54 am | Comments Off on Soccer complex could boost Walhalla
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Walhalla recreation director John Galbreath wants city officials to consider creating a soccer complex in the coming years. 

Representatives react to education bill
March 8, 2019 – 12:53 am | Comments Off on Representatives react to education bill
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Local members of the South Carolina House of Representatives said they are pleased the Education Reform Bill has passed the House.

Central council: New chief must live in town limits
March 8, 2019 – 12:52 am | Comments Off on Central council: New chief must live in town limits
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Central officials have begun efforts to find a new police chief, and one of the requirements is that the person live within town limits.

Springing forward
March 8, 2019 – 12:51 am | Comments Off on Springing forward
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Doctors offer tips to help combat sleep loss

Drowning suit sent back to court
March 8, 2019 – 12:50 am | Comments Off on Drowning suit sent back to court
Drowning suit sent back to court | Test

Lawsuit: Expedition company, guides responsible for man’s 2013 death

Arts center closed for bats … again
March 8, 2019 – 12:48 am | Comments Off on Arts center closed for bats … again
Arts center closed for bats … again | Test

Workers seeking long-term fix for Brooks Center

Officials: Camper fire ‘suspicious’
March 7, 2019 – 8:16 am | Comments Off on Officials: Camper fire ‘suspicious’
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Oconee County Emergency Services fire marshal Clint Livingston said emergency responders were called to the fire around 2:10 p.m. Tuesday at Cobb Bridge Road in Westminster. 

Lunch-and-learn event focuses on Westminster history
March 7, 2019 – 12:24 am | Comments Off on Lunch-and-learn event focuses on Westminster history
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Around two dozen people gathered at the Westminster Depot for a lunch-and-learn event focused on the history of the small town on Wednesday.

More officers a priority for new Walhalla chief
March 7, 2019 – 12:23 am | Comments Off on More officers a priority for new Walhalla chief
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Adding more officers to each shift is Walhalla Police Chief Sean Brinson’s top priority for the fiscal year 2019-2020 budget. 

Antenna repair causes cellphone network issues
March 7, 2019 – 12:21 am | Comments Off on Antenna repair causes cellphone network issues
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Walhalla residents are experiencing problems with cellphone service. 

Cities would have to OK sewer authority’s borrowing
March 7, 2019 – 12:21 am | Comments Off on Cities would have to OK sewer authority’s borrowing
Cities would have to OK sewer authority’s borrowing | Test

A plan for the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority to begin borrowing money for long-range capital projects would require the support of all three member cities, an attorney from the firm hired to handle the financing told commissioners this week. 

Clemson Aquatic Team seeking new home
March 7, 2019 – 12:19 am | Comments Off on Clemson Aquatic Team seeking new home
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For virtually all of its 41 years, the Clemson Aquatic Team, described on its website as a “not-for-profit, volunteer-based, year-round swim team serving the Greater Clemson Area,” has held competitions in the pool area at Fike Recreation Center.

City council seeks to improve resident-university relations
March 7, 2019 – 12:18 am | Comments Off on City council seeks to improve resident-university relations
City council seeks to improve resident-university relations | Test

Although Clemson residents unsuccessfully sought to get the proposed location of the city power substation on the former National Guard Armory baseball field on Pendleton Road relocated, they urged council members to improve the lines of communication with Clemson University.