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The Walhalla High School Improvement Council has played an active role in making the school a better place for students and the community.
Oconee County Council issued a proclamation Tuesday night recognizing the lifesaving measures emergency responders took during a January house fire on Dr. Johns Road in Westminster.
A state House bill attempting to make dramatic changes in education includes co-sponsorships from several members of the Oconee and Pickens legislative delegations.
American Legion Post 120 honored two Oconee County law enforcement officials in front of nearly 125 people on Monday night at the annual Joseph Earl “Jake” Robinson Law Enforcement Dinner.
By a 7-1 vote, members of the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority Board of Commissioners approved a committee’s proposal Monday night that will reduce the authority’s reserve funds to around $5 million and return about $8 million to its three member cities.
Arturo Alejandro Beatriz, 36, of 226 Houston Rice Road in Seneca, was arrested on Saturday afternoon and charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death and having no South Carolina driver’s license, according to Cpl. Bill Rhyne of the S.C. Highway Patrol.