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Pioneer rejects Seneca contract Pioneer rejects Seneca contract

The Pioneer Rural Water District board of directors rejected a water contract offer from the city of Seneca Tuesday that would require Pioneer to pay the city at least $1.1 million over 20 years.

City rec directors agree to include Fair-Oak on fall sports schedules City rec directors agree to include Fair-Oak on fall sports schedules

A Tuesday meeting brought representatives from the recreation departments at the Fair-Oak Youth Center, Salem, Seneca, Walhalla and Westminster together for the first time since a countywide youth sports rift first opened in Oconee COUNTY more than a month ago.

Police chief resigns abruptly Police chief resigns abruptly

Walhalla Police Chief Ronald Wilbanks resigned without notice Tuesday afternoon.

Man sentenced to 8 years for car thefts Man sentenced to 8 years for car thefts

Judge Scott Sprouse sentenced Timothy Moses Souden, 26, of Pine Manor Circle, to 15 years, suspended to eight years, followed by five years probation, assistant solicitor Jason Alderman said Tuesday.

Bobcats miss chance against Crescent Bobcats miss chance against Crescent

Needing a win to clinch the region championship outright Tuesday night, the Seneca High School softball team got started on the right foot against Crescent.

Local pastor among last-minute tax filers Local pastor among last-minute tax filers

The Rev. Audrey Reese’s tax preparer went ahead without talking to her and scheduled an appointment for Reese to file her taxes Tuesday, the original deadline to file 2017 taxes with the Internal Revenue Service.

Museum plans Earth Day festival Museum plans Earth Day festival

It’s hard to think of a better location for an Earth Day celebration than a geology museum.

Lions get revenge against Greenville Lions get revenge against Greenville

The Daniel High School boys’ soccer team has lost only one region game this season, and it came at the hands of Greenville.

Tempering our rights with common sense Tempering our rights with common sense

Editor: Nearly 140 years ago, Virgil Earp was the marshal in Tombstone, Arizona Territory.

Paw Pantry helps students in need Paw Pantry helps students in need

The Paw Pantry on the campus of Clemson University is an example of students helping students in a small way that can make a big impact.

Clemson briefs: Tigers fall at Georgia Clemson briefs: Tigers fall at Georgia

Four Georgia pitchers combined to allow only four hits in in the Bulldogs’ 6-1 victory over Clemson on Tuesday night at Foley Field.

High school roundup: Warriors top Walhalla in extra innings High school roundup: Warriors top Walhalla in extra innings

Despite mustering just two hits and surrendering a three-run lead late in the action, the West-Oak High School softball team enjoyed a 5-4 walk-off win over rival Walhalla on Tuesday night.