Archive For November 2008

Oconee County drug sweep nets big results

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A drug sweep starting Thursday morning continued throughout the night and into Friday, as the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office deputies made dozens of arrests, executing outstanding arrest warrants.

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Nowell calls water tax claim bogus

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In the run up to Tuesday’s election, Constitution Party candidate for Oconee County treasurer Susie Cornelius has consistently beaten the drum that incumbent treasurer Greg Nowell illegally collected taxes from a non-existent taxing district.

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Friendship Valley Christmas Tree Farm

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Friendship Valley Christmas Tree Farm will be open to the public starting Thanksgiving Day and will be open every day from noon-6 p.m.

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The grind that binds

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For the Birdsong family, life doesn’t center on the baseball diamond or ballet class.

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Modern-Shed: A chic outdoor space

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When Ryan Grey Smith and his wife, Ahna Holder, bought their Seattle home in 1998, it didn’t have a garage, a basement or an attic.

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United States House of Representatives

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Third District Republican incumbent Gresham Barrett did not supply answers to the questions submitted to his office. Following are the responses of his challenger.

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Westminster burglar threatens officers

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A local man accused of burglarizing Blacks Tires in Westminster is behind bars after being charged with two counts of burglary,

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Lifelines: Shopping with my Aunt Mil

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“Would you like to come with me to Plainfield if your mom says OK?” my Aunt Mil asked me.

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Casual Sunday

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The Rev. David Moyer still remembers the gasp as the beautiful young bride came up the aisle.

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Texas hills marry cowboy boots and haute cuisine ?

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The Texas Hill Country, where tiny towns dot a landscape of wildflowers and cedar trees, is the kind of place where cowboys and sommeliers meet. Sometimes literally.

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