Shoplifting investigations net two arrests

Investigations have led to a pair of arrests in separate shopliftings at the Wal-Mart near Seneca.  Oconee Sheriff’s Office reports the arrests of Phillip James Manley II of Utica and Jasmine Lizette Isom of Anderson.  Manley, 26 years old, is charged July 21 with shoplifting items worth $225.62.  Isom, 24 years old, is accused in a warrant as an accessory […]

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Boil water advisory covers Ashley Estates

          Residents of Clemson’s Ashley Estates are under a boil water advisory this morning as the result of low pressure caused by a water main break.  Before using water for drinking or cooking, Ashley Estates customers should boil their water vigorously for at least one full minute.  Any ice made from water that has not been […]

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A look by Seneca at the new Walhalla school

Even before today’s tour finished, the reviews from a group of Senecans about Walhalla’s new high school were commendatory.  The Seneca Rotarians were impressed with what they saw in a tour of the sprawling high school complex on highway 11.  The tours were led by Joe Rukat and Richard Alexander of the OconeeSchool District.  There was much to see, as […]

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Accused bank robber arraigned

The U-S District Court in Greenville arraigned a Mountain Rest man accused of bank robbery in May near Seneca.  In today’s proceeding, a court officer tells us, there was no change in the bond for defendant Jesse Ray Pate.  He’s charged with the May 19 robbery at Community First Bank on the Sandifer Boulevard.  

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Two councilmen to make Hilton Head meet

Two Oconee County council members are headed to the cost this weekend for the annual conference of the South Carolina Association of Counties.  Paul Cain of District Three and Joel Thrift of District Four are registered at the Hilton Head Mariott for a conference of meetings that are described as “a dynamic educational experience with opportunities for on-on-one interaction,  strategizing, […]

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Pedestrian hurt near Wahalla Pool

A pedestrian has been hurt in an accident shortly after 1:30 this afternoon.  The police say that at the corner of W. Main and S. Maple the accident occurred involving a man and a truck attempting a turn.  The injufred pedestrian has been identified to 96.3/WGOG NEWS as an adult male swimmer, in a bathing suit.  His injuries were not […]

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Arrest made in shoplifting case

 The arrest of an Anderson woman is reported today in an investigation of shoplifting June 6 at the Seneca Wal-Mart.  Jasmine Lizette Isom was booked into the OconeeDetentionCenter at 5:40 this morning, charged with accessory after the fact of a felony.  The 24-year old Isom is accused in the same incident in which a fellow Anderson resident, Kenneth Antwan Rice, […]

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School calendar to be changed

A “nut and bolts” type meeting is in progress today at the OconeeSchool District.  With classes to start for another year in fewer than three weeks, today’s meeting is to decide the dates when report cards will be sent home during 2015-16. Steve Hanvey, assistant superintendent for operations, says once those dates are decided the district will make immediate adjustments […]

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Tour the new Walhalla High

Next week will serve a dual purpose for the $54 million Walhalla High that is to open with the new school year August 18.  On Tuesday and Wednesday, August 4 and 5 the new school will be open for self-guided tours.  Tuesday and Wednesday next week are also the days for student registration.  Students and visitors should enter the school […]

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