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Work resumes on Clemson project

November 4, 2013

SC Department of Transportation has resumed work on the 133-123 intersection project at Clemson. Construction was delayed last year to allow for the design of what the DOT called unforeseen construction items related to the railroad detour track and permanent track alignment to construct a new bridge without impeding railroad operations. According to the DOT’s…

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Wishing it were not so in the Adams subdivision

November 4, 2013

Contractors for Seneca start breaking ground today on a new use for a former school building. Some neighborhood residents wish the project to convert the former Kellett Elementary School into the new Seneca Light and Water complex were not to be. Angela and Harry Hamilton and some of their neighbors in the Adams subdivision are…

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Woman arrested on drug charges

November 4, 2013

Oconee sheriff’s officers arrested a 34-year old woman Saturday on drug charges. The arrest of Kalena Renee Lay took place in the Tokeena-Crossroads area of Oconee County. The Sheriff’s Office credits a tip received by a Westminster police officer indicating that Lay was at a mobile home on Tokeena Road. Deputies arrested Lay at that…

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Plaintiff’s witness provides photo evidence

October 31, 2013

An expert witness for the plaintiff is offering photographic evidence today of damaged Lake Keowee townhouses. As led by plaintiffs’ attorney Robert Lyles Jr. of Charleston, forensic engineer Derek Hodgin of Westminster is narrating a series of slides depicting water intrusion to stone veneer in the phase one section of the Stoneledge at Keowee development…

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Smallmouth bass stocked in Jocassee

October 31, 2013
Smallmouth bass stocked in Jocassee

 Nearly 4,000 smallmouth bass were stocked Wednesday in Lake Jocassee at the Devil’s Fork State Park. As it did during a similar stocking last week at the Oconee State Park, the DNR used a specially-equipped fish-hauling truck to stock 3,750 smallmouth bass in Jocassee. The fish were produced at the Cheraw State Fish Hatchery. On…

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Dyar’s plea to Washington: “Cut the nonsense”

October 31, 2013

Oconee County’s director of veterans’ affairs is showing his frustration with the nation’s leaders. Jerry Dyar used his column in Fair-Town Times, serving southern Oconee, to decry what he sees as Washington using the country’s military and its veterans as pawns in a game of partisan politics. Dyar today amplified his comments during an interview…

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“FERC” OKs Mosquito Pt. for staging

October 31, 2013

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has announced approval this week of a Duke Energy application to allow a new use for a Lake Keowee area not far from Oconee Nuclear Station. The FERC order allows three contractors and additional future contractors to lease about one and a third acres at Mosquito Point for use as a…

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Deputies complete training course

October 31, 2013

As the result of their training last week, Oconee sheriff’s officers have a greater awareness of domestic violence. A course on the basics was taught by Sgt. Kevin Cain, domestic violence investigator, and two Safe Harbor representatives. As part of the Sheriff’s Office effort to lessen violence in the homeplace, Sheriff Mike Crenshaw promises to…

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Restoring America’s chestnut tree

October 31, 2013

Walhalla is a city with a Chestnut Street. But, like other parts of the eastern U-S, Walhalla has no chestnut trees. Until a blight wiped out the trees by the 1950s, the American chestnut populated eastern U-S forests and served as a food source for both animals and people. The U-S Forest Service believes it…

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Ron Rash returns to Tech for reading

October 31, 2013

Ron Rash says he’s looking forward to connecting with former colleagues and students when he visits Tri-County Technical College next week for a book reading. Until 2003, Rash taught English at Tech. He’s now known as an award-winning poet and novelist whose novel, “Serena”, has been made into a major motion picture to be released…

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