Tammy Owens

Tammy Owens died Monday.  A memorial service will be held from the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home at 4 pm Friday.  Flowers accepted.  Memorials may be directed to Dot’s Soup Kitch or Westminster Church of God Youth Fund.  Condolences may be expressed online by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com.  Sandifer Funeral Home is assisting the family. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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A 101.7/WGOG NEWS correction

101.7/WGOG NEWS incorrectly reported that Joel Ward is one of the Seneca councilmen whose term is expiring next year.  Ward was re-elected to a four-year term two years ago, and he is one of the holdovers going into the March 8 election.  Dana Moore’s seat is expiring and he, like the other incumbents, is eligible to seek re-election. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Pre-trial proceeding in bank case

A former Oconee banker has received legal advice against responding to interrogatories in a civil lawsuit awaiting trial.  But this afternoon the attorney who represents Ben Hiott told a judge that he believes there are some questions his client will respond to in the pre-trial stage, and Judge Lawton McIntosh said defense lawyer Daryl Hawkins should be given time to  […]

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Four takers on day one

By late afternoon, four men had officially entered the Seneca March 8 election.  Dan Alexander is a candidate for a new four-year term as mayor.  Al Gaines, Anthony Smith and Ronnie O’Kelley signed up to run as incumbents for city council.  In all, four council seats are up next year.  Filing opened today for a two-week period. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Grant to buy culinary arts equipment

A charitable foundation is providing funds to Oconee’s Hamilton Career Center to buy needed equipment for the culinary arts program.  The kitchen at the career center has six blenders and six mixers, but the 82 students enrolled there must share.  But $40 thousand approved by the Pete and Sally Smith Foundation will be used to fill needs.  Last spring Jennifer […]

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Pearl Harbor remembered 74 years later

Japan attacked the U-S naval fleet in Hawaii.  President Roosevelt labeled December 7, 1941 “a day that would live in infamy.”  And it was the event that sent the U-S into the Second World War.  Seneca’s Lowell Ross says radio was the medium that relayed the news to Americans though, at the age of nine years old, Ross did not […]

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Joan Cora St. Jock O’Sheal

Joan Cora St. Jock O’Sheal of 465 O’Sheal Dr., Tamassee died Thursday at Oconee Memorial Hospital.  She was the wife of Bobby O’Sheal.  A memorial service will be held. The family is at the residence.  Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.davenportfuneralhome.com.  Davenport Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Norma Jean Leagan McCullough

Norma Jean Leagan McCullough, 74, of 1428 E. Main Street, West Union died Thursday at GHS Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the widow of William Haskell McCullough, Jr. The funeral will be 11 am Monday at Davenport Funeral Home where family and friends are welcome to share memories.  Burial will follow in Hillcrest Cemetery.  Flowers accepted. Family members are at […]

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Joseph “Joe” A. Tinoco

Joseph A. Tinoco, 84, of 316 Ravens View Drive, Seneca died Saturday at GHS Cottingham Hospice House.  The funeral will be 11 am Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will take place at 11 am Wednesday at M-J “Dolly” Cooper Veterans Cemetery, Anderson.  The family receives friends from 6-8 pm Monday at Davenport Funeral Home. In place of flowers, […]

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