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Two City Hall meetings tonight!

November 21, 2013
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The first meeting of Seneca’s Kellett Property ad hoc committee takes place at 6:30 tonight in the City Hall conference room. The agenda calls for introductions to be made of the 12-member group, along with team purpose, brainstorm options for the property, and setting the next meeting to review options. City leaders and Adams subdivision…

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Drug sweep passes halfway mark

November 21, 2013
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By late yesterday afternoon, the Seneca police counted 22 of 41 suspects arrested in their latest sweep of the streets for alleged drug law violators. According to Chief John Covington, those 41 suspects are named in 60 arrest warrants that arise from six months’ investigation by the department’s narcotics unit.  

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Tamassee DAR called an “angel”

November 20, 2013
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Oconee County’s Tamassee DAR School has rated a top ten ranking from the Secretary of State’s Office for organizations that exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina. Each year, Secretary of State Mark Hammond releases a list of scrooges and angels. Making this year’s list of Angels, Tamassee DAR was recognized for applying 81.8% of charitable…

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Apparel operation joins the OC Incubator

November 20, 2013
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A start-up company, Lunatic Apparel, is establishing operations in downtown Walhalla—inside the Oconee Business Development Center. At 104 Brown Square, what’s called the Oconee Incubator is operated by Tri-County Entrepreneurial Development Corporation and is designed to offer emerging small business a low-cost location. Mary Collins is the owner of Lunatic Apparel. The incubator and the…

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Signing ceremony underway!

November 20, 2013
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At a rural location near Pendleton, an important document is being signed today affecting Duke Energy and Oconee County and other areas. It’s a signing ceremony for the Keowee-Toxaway hydro relicensing stakeholder team members. They are to formalize a contract that over the course of a new federal license is to enhance water resource protection,…

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Variety of thought promised on the ACA

November 20, 2013
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For those venturing onto the Clemson campus tonight a variety of opinion is promised on the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Americans. Critics refer to the law as Obamacare. Panelists include a professor, doctor, and two policy analysts. Lee Crandall will be one of the panelists for the discussion titled, “How Does It…

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Westminster gets a clean opinion

November 20, 2013
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Westminster received good marks last night for its financial records. In fact, the city administrator says, Westminster got the highest opinion possible. (Outside auditor) “Jason White was there to present the fiscal year 2012-13 audit to the city council, and he indicated that we got an unqualified opinion, which is the highest opinion you can…

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Seneca rounds up drug suspects

November 20, 2013
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On a cold, windy morning the Seneca police are trying to clear their city of drug law violators. Chief John Covington says this roundup of 41 suspects, wanted on 60 arrest warrants, arises from six months’ investigation by his department’s narcotics unit. Suspects are wanted for offenses including distribution of cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana, controlled…

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Grant awarded for public art

November 20, 2013
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Seneca has been named a recipient of a $5 thousand grant that will allow for art works in public places. The grant from Hughes Investments for the purpose of community vibrancy was announced at a meeting yesterday of the organization Ten at the Top. It goes to the city and the Blue Ridge Arts Association.…

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Streetscape plan shown!

November 20, 2013
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Walhalla’s Streetscape project dominated the city council’s regular November meeting, as landscape architect Clint Rigsby displayed what a four-block section of Main will resemble once the thoroughfare is reduced from four to two lanes of travel—between Ann and Tugaloo streets. “Sidewalk zone, angle parking, a back-out buffer space, 12’ travel lanes, a median in the…

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