Job Openings in SDOC

As the School District of Oconee County (SDOC) prepares for another school year in August, they are currently looking for interested candidates to fill a number of job openings. At the conclusion of the recent school year, the SDOC celebrated the retirement of 70 teachers and faculty. Now they must fill those positions, tells Oconee County Schools Assistant Superintendent of […]

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Sheriff Crenshaw appoints New SROs

Last month, the Oconee County Council approved nine School Resources Officers (SRO) for the School District of Oconee County. This means that each public school in the county will now have its own officer. Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw has already appointed seven of those new SROs. “We have had a lot of interest within the Sheriff’s Office to fill […]

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OC Elections Commission canvasses and certifies Primary Election

On Thursday, the Oconee County Elections Commission canvassed and certified the results of Tuesday’s Primary Election. Oconee County Voter Registration and Elections Director Joy Scharich says a few ballots were added to the county totals. “The canvass hearing went well. We had one public attendee follow up on his provisional ballot. We ended up adding, I think, ten provisional ballots […]

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OHC announces Celebrate Oconee! Photo Contest

The Oconee Heritage Center (OHC) announces the Celebrate Oconee! photo contest to commemorate Oconee County’s Sesquicentennial or 150th birthday. The OHC’s Celebrate Oconee! Photo Contest is open to photographers of all ages and skill levels. “We are looking for striking photographs of life in Oconee County to celebrate Oconee County’s Sesquicentennial,” says OHC Director and Curator Leslie Hagerty. “Photographs must […]

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