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Hospital asking visitors to stay home during flu season Hospital asking visitors to stay home during flu season

AnMed Health has stopped short of limiting visitation at its facilities for the remainder of flu season, but officials are asking visitors to stay away from the hospital and use the emergency department strictly for emergencies.

OEA board confirms new chairman OEA board confirms new chairman

Members of the Oconee Economic Alliance board of directors approved a slate of officer nominations at their meeting Friday morning, electing Zach Hinton chair of the board.

Clemson Brewery at the Astro project enters its next phase Clemson Brewery at the Astro project enters its next phase

Plans for the new Clemson Brewery at the Astro at the same site that housed the Astro Triple theater for 37 years continue to move forward, with the sale of the property finalized last month.

Local leaders reflect on King’s legacy Local leaders reflect  on King’s legacy

 As the nation prepares to celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, local officials say the slain civil rights leader’s teachings continue to motivate generations who came after him.

Pair of Oconee residents possibly exposed to rabies Pair of Oconee residents possibly exposed to rabies

Two people have potentially been exposed to rabies after being bitten and scratched by a stray cat that tested positive for the disease. 

Officials: Preliminary water testing results ‘within acceptable limits’ Officials: Preliminary water testing  results ‘within acceptable limits’

Preliminary results of water samples taken from the Westminster water system on Wednesday showed the water “was within acceptable limits,” but a boil-water advisory remains in effect while officials wait for results of a second round of sampling expected today.

Warriors secure sixth straight region title Warriors secure sixth straight region title

WESTMINSTER — As West-Oak High School wrestling coach Greg Brewer was addressing his varsity team after clinching a sixth straight Western 3A regional title, he made one thing very clear to the team — there’s still more work to be done.