Herman Roach

Westminster – Herman James Roach, 58, husband of Helen Kathleen Strickland Roach, 326 Cobb Bridge Road, passed away Monday, May 30, 2016. A graveside service will be held 10am, Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com SANDIFER FUNERAL HOME IS ASSISTING THE FAMILY       Westminster – Herman […]

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Bobby Lee Lewis

  Seneca, SC— Bobby Lee Lewis, 82, husband of Joyce Gail Holmes Lewis, of 218 Doyle Drive, Seneca, passed away Wednesday, June 8, 2016 at GHS Cottingham Hospice House. Graveside service will be conducted at 11:00 AM, Friday, June 10, 2016 at Evergreen Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorials be made to the National Kidney […]

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Optimism for charter school to make it

  The building and the grounds in Salem that served as the small town’s only school are no longer needed by the public school district.  And today the CEO of a one-year old state charter school, based in Greenville, sounded a tone of optimism to a group of Oconee public and private leaders that the “NEXT School at Eagle Ridge” […]

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Candidate questions office’s account

A candidate for 10th Circuit Solicitor says a financial account of the office of more than $1 million dollars raises questions, and he’s seeking answers.  Wilson Burr called a news conference at Walhalla to question an account amounting to $1,258,701.00 and announce that he’s seeking an audit along with a state investigation.  The money is held by a wealth management […]

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To vote Tuesday, remember your photo ID

The spokesman for the state Election Commission says voters who head to the polls Tuesday for the primary elections should keep in mind that any one of five identifications is accepted by poll workers:  When voting in person, you will be asked to one of the following photo IDs:  SC Driver’s License; SC Department of Motor Vehicles ID Card (includes […]

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Governor signs S. 1258

State Senator Thomas Alexander and the Department of Transportation are calling attention to Governor Haley’s signing a bill designed to get moving toward repairing the state’s crumbling roads and bridges.  According to the DOT, it means that planning and development of several projects and needed repairs which have been deferred for lack of funding can now move ahead. But the […]

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Survey on single county-wide chamber

Members of the Oconee Chamber of Commerce at Seneca are being asked to weigh-in on a survey to gauge opinion on whether there should be a single, county-wide chamber of commerce.  Ed Halbig, chairman of the chamber board, invites chamber members to take the computer survey posing four questions.  One of those questions seeks opinion on what to call a […]

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Car accident last night on the Sandifer Boulevard

Oconee Sheriff’s Office was alerted shortly after 8:15 last night to a two-car accident on the Sandifer Boulevard—believed to be in the vicinity of Schneider Electric.  Injuries were reported, and the state patrol was sent to the scene.  There is no immediate word available to us from troopers about the accident and we’ve been unable to confirm talk of the […]

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Politicians fan out across Oconee

Candidates will make their case for vote support during political forums tomorrow in Oconee County.  The first will be at 4:30 tomorrow afternoon at Keowee Key and will feature the candidates for Solicitor.  County Council candidates in two contests, Seat Four and Seat Five, have a date at 6:30 tomorrow night at the Westminster Music Hall.  The public is invited […]

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Freel lunch for kids this summer!

Without free or reduced-price meals at school, some Oconee children face a summer of hunger.  A program of the county school district and the public libraries will counteract that this summer. Three library branches will serve free meals this summer to children, courtesy of the school district’s food services department.  The summer meal schedule runs week days until July 29, with […]

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