Gov. Henry McMaster Takes Additional Action to Slow Virus Spread Additional Restrictions on Restaurants, Government Buildings, Limits Crowd Sizes, Calls on Local Governments to Pass Ordinances

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Henry McMaster today announced that all previously recommended guidelines for restaurants and other establishments that attract groups of people are now mandatory. The governor’s Executive Order establishing these new measures will go into effect Monday, August 3. “These limited restrictions are temporary, they are measured, and they are targeted towards what we know works,” said Gov. Henry […]

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Temporary Closure of Oconee County Auditor’s Office on Thursday, July 30

(Walhalla, SC) – On Thursday, July 30, the Oconee County Auditor’s Office will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Citizens and residents are encouraged to call or email prior to visiting any Oconee County offices until further notice. The Auditor’s Office may be contacted by phone at 864-638-4158 or by email at [email protected] Many services, including Vehicle Registration […]

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Tuesday’s DHEC COVID-19 Numbers Update

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 1,573 new confirmed cases and 18 new probable cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, 52 additional confirmed deaths and seven new probable deaths. This brings the total number of confirmed cases to 83,720 probable cases to 389, confirmed deaths to 1,505, and 60 probable deaths. Oconee County added 8 […]

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AAA Reports Gas Prices on the Decline

Motorists in the Carolinas experienced another week of decreasing prices at the pump as demand continues to remain low across the country. South Carolina made the nation’s top 10 least expensive markets with an average of $1.89, seeing a three cent decrease on the week. This average is 5 cents cheaper than a month ago and 53 cents cheaper than […]

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