Dorothy “Dot” Stamey Bolick

Dorothy “Dot” Stamey Bolick, 93, of 502 Bolick Street, Seneca died Saturday at the Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the widow of Ernest “Bud” Bolick.  The funeral will be 11 a-m Friday at Davenport Funeral Home with burial to follow in Oconee Memorial Park. The family receives friends from 10-11 a-m, prior to the service.  In place of flowers, memorials […]

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Clemson development garners awards

A Clemson home community, Patrick Square, has been recognized by state’s Home Builders Association.  During its convention last month, the South Carolina Home Builders presented Pinnacle Awards to Patrick Square for craftsmanship in the construction and remodeling of quality homes and excellence in sales and marketing tools.  A community of 173 acres, Patrick Square is a traditional neighborhood development in […]

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Sylvestri tracks technology behind health care

At AnMed Health, Lisa Sylvestri plays an instrumental role in bringing technology into place to ensure a high quality of care.  At the hospital in Anderson Sylvestri, a 2007 graduate of Southern Wesleyan University, has a long history in data analysis.  She was the first person hired as a data analyst by the nursing department 23 years ago. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Golden Corner pageant winners advance

Two winners in this year’s pageants staged by Golden Corner Pageants are advancing in further competition.  In the view of Golden Corner pageant officials Greg Bearden and Eddie Payne, the winners’ achievements make 2015 a memorable year.  From a field of 71 state contestants, Miss Golden Corner Teen USA Marley Stokes was crowned Miss SC Teen USA.  Miss Mountain Lakes […]

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Forgiving fines

If you owe the Oconee Public Library a fine for overdue materials, you can settle your debt a different way.  Starting tomorrow, the library branches will collect canned and non-perishable food items in place of fines.  Patrons may bring canned goods to forgive up to $5 dollars in fines per account throughout December.  All food items collected will go to […]

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Missing teenager located

A missing Westminster teenager has been located.  The Sheriff’s Office announced last night that Kaleb Isaac Randall was located and is in a safe location, which has been verified by a deputy from the Uniform Patrol Division.  The 16-year old boy had been last seen Friday afternoon at an address on Commercial Circle.   VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Joseph Samuel Whiteside Sr.

Joseph Samuel Whiteside Sr., 84, of 2 Captain Lane, Salem died Friday in Robbins, NC.  He was the widower of Ruth Nall Whiteside.  The funeral will be 2 pm Tuesday at Utica Baptist Church with entombment to follow in Oconee Memorial Park Mausouleum with full military honors.  The family receives friends from 6-8 pm Monday at Davenport Funeral Home, West […]

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Busy start to Black Friday

Shoppers flocked as early as Thanksgiving night to be in position for the start of the holiday shopping season.  At Belk’s at Applewood near Seneca, the line of people stretched on the sidewalk from Belk’s to near Kmart–awaiting Belk’s opening at 6 Thanksgiving Day night. VKFacebookTwitterGoogle+

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Gatha Broome

Gatha Mae Cox Broome, 81, of 313 W. Sunset Strip Dr., Seneca died Thursday at the Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the widow of Weltner James “Bud” Broome.  A memorial service will be 1 pm Saturday at Bountyland Baptist Church.  The family receives friends prior to the service, 12-1 pm.  Family members are at their homes.  In place of flowers, […]

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