Business that achieved firsts awarded in Seneca

A Seneca area business, established in 1985, received one of the top honors from the Seneca Rotary Club.  David and Sara Kroeger were honored yesterday with the G-W Ballenger Award, named for an early 20th century Seneca hardware store owner.  Rotarian Debbie Dubose, who led a committee to make the selection, said Kroeger Marine Construction became Oconee’s first barge business […]

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Historic marker defaced in rural Oconee

The ranger for the Andrew Pickens District of the Sumter National Forest, Robbie Sitzlar, has confirmed reports that someone recently defaced a marker that depicts the official South Carolina-North Carolina border at Ellicott’s Rock.  The marker was created by a survey crew that sought to establish the states’ border in 1813.  Someone applied a solution of white material to the […]

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Twenty-eight graduates in the third “Citizens Policy Academy”

A graduation ceremony was held this week at the Oconee County Law Enforcement Center for the third graduating class in the Sheriff’s Office “Citizens Police Academy.” Tuesday night’s ceremony was held in the 2nd floor training room.  A total of twenty-eight individuals graduated from this year’s class, of which twenty-six were recognized in front of their families and friends.  Among […]

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Erna Arsics

Seneca – Erna Clara Schulthess Arsics, wife of Michael Arsics, of 718 Clear Lake Point, passed away Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at Clemson Downs Health Care.  Private Services will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorials in her memory may be made to GHS Oconee Hospice of the Foothills, Attn:  Foundation Office, 298 Memorial Dr., Seneca, […]

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Michael Hawkins

Seneca – Michael Allan “Pops” Hawkins, 61, husband of Betty Joan “Gangie” Hawkins, passed away Monday, October 31, 2016 at Oconee Memorial Hospital.  A private family memorial service will be held. Flowers accepted. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Foothills, 390 Keowee School Rd, Seneca, SC 29672.    Condolences may be expressed online by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com  SANDIFER FUNERAL HOME […]

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Clemson students build cotton picker

A group of Clemson students is taking its cotton picking show on the road to raise awareness about agriculture.  The students are in the Clemson agricultural mechanization and business program and have re-designed a mechanical cotton picker to use to teach others about cotton harvesting.  Students built the harvester from the ground up.  A monitor located in the cab shows […]

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Oconee-based construction company a fast riser

The J. Davis Construction Company of Westminster, owned and founded by Joel Davis, has been recognized by SC BIZ NEWS as of one of the top twenty fastest growing large businesses in South Carolina. Davis and some of his leadership were honored at a Columbia ceremony this month as the ninth fastest growing company in the state.   According to SC […]

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Two Bridge to Clemson students share common background

LeAnna Lennon (right) of Greenville and her soon-to-be freshman roommate Alex Bumgardner of Raleigh, North Carolina met over the summer in 2012 before Bridge to Clemson classes started and continued their conversations by phone, texts and e-mails.  They became fast friends and learned a lot about each other but one piece of information didn’t reveal itself until move-in day when […]

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