John Willard Johnson

John Willard Johnson, 87, of 150 Keys Road, Tamassee died Saturday at his home.  He was the husband of Evelyn Carver Johnson and a former principal of Tamassee DAR School. The funeral will be 11 am Monday at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel with entombment in Oconee Memorial Park Mausoleum.  The family receives friends from 10-11 am Monday, prior to the […]

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Edwin McClellan Patterson

Edwin McClellan Patterson, 78, of 925 Robinhood Dr., Walhalla died Saturday at Cottingham Hospice House in Seneca.  He was the husband of Bonnie Orr Patterson.  The funeral will be 2 pm Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow in Oconee Memorial Park.  In place of flowers, memorials may be made to Rocky Knoll Baptist Church, PO Box […]

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Dorothy “Dot” Sheriff

Dorothy “Dot” Singleton Sheriff, 71, of Westminster died Sunday at the GHS Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the widow of Clark V. Sheriff.  The funeral will be 11 am Wednesday at Poplar Springs Baptist Church.  Burial follows in Heritage Memorial Gardens.  The family receives friends from 5-7 pm Tuesday at Sandifer Funeral Home.  Flowers accepted.  Memorials may be made to […]

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Homicide near Westminster

The shooting death of a Westminster man overnight is being investigated by the Sheriff’s Office as a homicide.  Coroner Karl Addis, so far, has identified the victim as a 33-year old man who died in surgery at 11:49 last night at the Greenville Memorial Hospital—after having been shot about two hours earlier at 330 Brock Road near Westminster.  The family […]

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Graham votes yes and Scott and Duncan vote no

Oconeeans may need a scorecard to track how their Washington representatives voted on a measure that will keep the government running through September 30, 2016.  Senator Graham voted to support of legislation to fund the federal government.  He cited an increase in military spending and several important South Carolina priorities in voting for the measure.  Senator Scott decried what he […]

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Improvements to an aging library building

The elderly and the disabled can enjoy easier access to the Seneca Library on South Second Street.  Improvements made this week include automatic entrance doors and a new, stand-alone outside book return.  The automatic doors replace doors that had been in place since the last major renovation of the library building, 30 years ago.  The old wall-mounted book return leaked […]

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Duncan registers vote in the minority

The House of Representatives in Washington voted in favor of a $1.1 trillion dollar bill that allows the government to keep going.  Passage came this morning on a vote of 316-113, with the Third District’s Jeff Duncan voting no.  The Republican said, “Some members of the Congress are so risk averse that they will agree to anything to avoid a […]

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Incumbents attract no challengers

The clock struck noon today without any changes to the field of candidates for the 2016 Seneca Municipal Election.  Mayor Dan Alexander and Councilmen Gaines, Smith, Moore, and O’Kelley are unopposed as ballot candidates.  State law provides that if no declares as a write-in during the next two weeks, the incumbents automatically start their new terms and no election is […]

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Free parking in downtown Clemson

The City of Clemson offers free parking to holiday shoppers in its downtown parking garage at College Avenue and Keith Street.  A waiver by the city council allows free, one-day parking in non-reserved and metered spaces in the parking garage.  The parking waivers run through Sunday, January 3. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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New Greenville federal courthouse hinges on vote

Funding to start and finish a new federal courthouse in Greenville hinges on a year-end vote by Congress, and Senator Lindsey Graham says he’s pleased.  The new courthouse is to be called the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Federal Courthouse, to honor the late governor.  It’s expected to be a 10-story building covering two acres across the street from the Greenville […]

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