Walhalla, South Carolina 29691 |
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Keowee CourierEstablished in 1849, the Keowee Courier is one of the oldest weekly newspapers in the Southeastern United States. According to the history of the Courier published by the Pickens County South Carolina Genealogy web site, the first publisher was W. H. Trimmier.
Now located in a historic two-story building on Short Street, across from the Oconee County Courthouse, the Courier is the hometown newspaper for beautiful Walhalla, South Carolina (the Oconee County seat) and also serves the nearby communities of West Union, Salem, Tamassee, Keowee Community, Keowee Key and Mountain Rest.
The newspaper has been continually published for 147 years. Published daily for a period during WWI, the newspaper now has a Wednesday publication date. It is published by Keowee Publications, Inc. and is edited by Ashton Hester.
Walhalla, SC 29691