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No criminal charges

March 27, 2015

The Walhalla police have decided there will be no criminal charges in the hazing incident on a bus carrying Razorback soccer players home from a game in Pickens. Chief Ronald Wilbanks said his department has accepted a recommendation from the 10th Circuit Solicitor’s Office that, based on the statements gathered in the investigation, criminal...

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Roads to counties? “Serious impact,” Moulder predicts

March 27, 2015

Oconee County Administrator Scott Moulder foresees serious financial impact to the counties if an effort at the state capital succeeds to transfer the maintenance of some state-owned roads to the counties. Moulder yesterday was the lead-off panel speaker for an Oconee-Pickens Chambers of Commerce Coalition forum, devoted in part to what some state lawmakers...

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Proposed $100 dollar cap on business licenses draws ire

March 27, 2015

A bill recently introduced by a Lexington County lawmaker that would cap business license fees at $100 dollars drew the ire yesterday of municipal leaders from Oconee and Pickens counties. But they were told by a state municipal official that the $100 dollar cap “isn’t going anywhere.” Nevertheless, House Bill 3490, in the view...

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Oconee jobless rate holds steady

March 27, 2015

The jobless rate for Oconee County held steady between January and February. The state reported today that in February the percentage of the county’s workforce out of work but actively looking for employment remained 6.5%. The report comes on a day when Oconee County Council members are touring one of the county’s manufacturing employers—ITT...

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Forigiving those bad weather school days

March 26, 2015

The South Carolina House of Representatives today gave second reading to forgiving up to three missed schools days due to this winter’s bad weather. State Representative Bill Whitmire supports forgiving the days, and says final reading of the bill takes place tomorrow. Oconee missed four days this year, but needed only one of the...

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Death investigation report still incomplete

March 26, 2015

Four months after a worker’s death in Seneca, the report of an investigation of his death remains incomplete, according to a spokeswoman for the applicable state agency. Lesia Kudelka, ombudsman and communications director for the state Department of Labor and Licensing Regulation, said she checked yesterday for the status of the death investigation report...

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  • April 3, 2015 6:30 pmSouthern Stories Event at TCTC
  • April 4, 2015OCPL closed for Easter Weekend
  • April 4, 2015 10:00 amAnnual City of Clemson Easter Egg Hunt
  • April 4, 2015 4:00 pmTCTC hosting Special Event for High School Students
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