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High school roundup: Warriors beat Crescent in regular season finale High school roundup: Warriors beat Crescent in regular season finale

The West-Oak High School girls’ basketball team ended its regular season on a high note Tuesday with a dominant win over Crescent.

Frank C. Davis Frank C. Davis

Frank C. Davis
February 4, 2019
WALHALLA, S.C. – Frank C. Davis, 73, husband of Delores W. Davis, of 604 E. South Boundary St., passed away Monday, Feb. 4, at GHS Cottingham Hospice House.
Funeral services will be …

Ga. man charged in bar stabbing Ga. man charged in bar stabbing

Kenneth Todd Rakestraw, 48, of Canon, Ga., was arrested and charged with two counts of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature and one count of third-degree domestic violence. 

Safeguard our vote Safeguard our vote

Editor: I don’t usually agree with Donald Trump, but in the case of South Carolina’s voting system, he may be dead-on when he claims that the voting system is rigged.

Setting things right Setting things right

On Monday night, the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority’s Board of Commissioners took a step toward setting things right with its three member cities — Westminster, Walhalla and Seneca.

Warriors’ season ends against Indian Land Warriors’ season ends against Indian Land

After an A.J. Dickerson pin late in the action Monday night, West-Oak High School wrestling coach Greg Brewer liked the spot his team was in with four matches to go.

Former chief pleads guilty to one charge Former chief pleads guilty to one charge

Former Walhalla Police Chief Ronald Wilbanks pleaded guilty to a drug offense involving hydrocodone Friday, ending a case that began last year with three charges of misconduct in office.

Law enforcement officials honored at annual dinner ceremony Law enforcement officials honored at annual dinner ceremony

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.

Oconee looking at radios, I-85 overlay Oconee looking at radios, I-85 overlay

Oconee County Council is scheduled to begin amending policies to reflect the split of the Community Development Department into separate planning and codes departments at its meeting tonight.

Planners talk 123 corridor Planners talk 123 corridor

The Oconee County Planning Commission began discussions Monday night on the 4.5-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 123 between the cities of Seneca and Clemson in an effort to ease traffic congestion and make access to businesses easier and safer.

Sewer authority to give money back to member cities Sewer authority to give money back to member cities

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.

Tigers win second straight on hardwood Tigers win second straight on hardwood

Behind the play of Eli Thomas and a stifling defensive effort, the Clemson men’s basketball team topped Wake Forest by a final score of 64-37 on Sunday afternoon at Littlejohn Coliseum for its second straight win in conference play.

National Signing Day approaches National Signing Day approaches

Clemson took one of the last steps in filling up its 2019 recruiting class on Saturday afternoon with a commitment from running back Michel Dukes of First Baptist in Charleston.

Man charged in November death Man charged in November death

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.