Academic lectures next week at Seneca High

A program next week at Seneca High is designed to expose the local community to current research in science areas.  The Seneca High Junior Academy of Science has made arrangements for local college and university faculty, graduate students and professionals to come together to discuss what’s current in the research field.  The program takes place at 7 Tuesday night, November […]

Read more

Clemson advisory lifted

The utilities department for the City of Clemson repealed the boil water advisory for residents of Monaco Estates.  Residents there no longer need to vigorously boil their water prior to drinking or cooking.  Water samples from the water line repair were analyzed and, according to the city’s announcement late Friday afternoon, were  found to be safe.  If you have any […]

Read more

Callers threaten “to destroy” Seneca

The aftermath of the shooting death of a young man in Seneca has taken an even darker turn.  After a policeman shot dead Zachary Hammond in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant, the city has received numerous inquiries—some of them from callers who falsely claim to be members of the media.  According to the city’s latest newsletter, the callers in […]

Read more

Pauline Smith

Pauline Bond Smith, 95, former Westminster resident, died Friday at Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the widow of C-L Smith.  The funeral will be 3:30 pm Sunday at from the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home.  The family receives friends from 2-3 pm Sunday at the funeral home.  Burial will follow in the First Baptist Church Cemetery.  The family is at […]

Read more

Traffic fatality was West Union mother

  This morning’s traffic fatality near Westminster was a 28-year old West Union woman.  Coroner Karl Addis says Chasity M. Buckler died at the scene of a head injury.  The accident occurred just before 8 this morning on s. highway 11 near the Armstrong Road intersection.  According to Addis, Buckler’s 24-year old sister was a front seat passenger.  Five children […]

Read more

Wet grounds mean changes for Clemson football parking

Five inches of rain in five days have forced Clemson football officials to make parking adjustments for tomorrow afternoon’s game with Florida State.  Rains have saturated grass parking areas, and Lots 1 and 2 are closed.  Lots 13 and 14 have limited capacity.  Any further updates on parking will be available on ClemsonTigers.com and through the department’s social media channels […]

Read more

Debbie Evatt

Debbie Diane Mealor Evatt, 58, of 230 Cedar Hollow Road, Seneca died Friday at Greenvlle Memorial Hospital.  She was the wife of Cameron “Cam” R. Evatt.  Graveside service will be 2:30 pm Sunday at Heritage Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Chapel.  The family receive friends prior to the service 1-2:30 pm.  Entombment will follow.  The family is at the home of mother-in-law […]

Read more

Accident UPDATE

The Oconee coroner says later this afternoon he will announce the name of the person who died this morning in an accident not far from the West-Oak High School.  The accident, around 8 a-m, occurred just to the north of the SC 11-Armstrong Road intersection and involved an SUV and a large truck.  As many as six people required treatment, including […]

Read more

Farm Center leader: “lot of work ahead”

100_0708

Stanley Gibson says he and others involved in the South Carolina Foothills Heritage Fair are feeling validated by this week’s Oconee County Council vote to buy property on which to build a permanent home for the fair, along with an agriculture center offering a mixed use.  But Gibson acknowledges the work has only just begun, as it’s incumbent on the […]

Read more

Streetscape “crawling along”

A woman in Seneca said this morning it hasn’t stopped raining since she moved to South Carolina.  Whether you are trying to cut a tree or whether you are working on Walhalla Streetscape, the wet weather is likely affecting your work schedule.  Walhalla utilities superintendent Scott Parris last night said, “Streetscape is crawling along.”  In spite of showers yesterday, the […]

Read more
1 135 136 137 138 139 938