Weekend chases snares Westminster man

From Earles Grove into Anderson County.  That is the route a law enforcement pursuit followed during the weekend before a young Westminster man was arrested.  According to the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, the car driven by Evan Craig Andrus came to a stop behind the Townville Fire Department and the 21-year old Andrus was issued tickets for reckless driving and driving […]

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Fermin Miguel Mestizo

Fermin Miguel Mestizo, 51, of 133 S. Abbott Road, Wahallla died Saturday at Greenville Memorial Hospital.  He was the widower of Elvia Rafaela Mestizo.  The funeral will be 11 a-m Wednesday at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Seneca with burial to follow in Oconee Memorial Park.  The family receives friends from 6-8 pm Tuesday at Davenport Funeral Home.  Flowers […]

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Impersonating a police officer alleged

The Seneca police have announced details of the arrest late last week of a man accused of impersonating a federal law enforcement officer. The police arrested Christopher Scott Galbreath, 44-year old Seneca resident. An arrest affidavit charges that Galbreath posed on the telephone as a member of the U-S Marshall’s Service and threatened the arrest of individuals in a child […]

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Students of the Month

November Students of the Month

Seneca Rotary Club recently announced its November 2015 students of the month for the Seneca area schools. Pictured from left to right are, Holleigh Evans, Savannah Woods (Northside Elementary), Matthew Gillespie (Seneca High), Earnestine Williams, Norah Mendoza (Seneca High), Samyra Rayne Boyd (Blue Ridge Elementary), Andy Inabient, Jessica Zenteno (Seneca Middle), Lyn Norton, Asya Dial (Seneca Middle), Rylan Lenox (Ravenel […]

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Museum contents possible for Seneca

Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander confirmed this morning his city is in talks for the donation to the city of what we are told is $1 million worth of museum-caliber furniture.  According to the mayor, the city expects word in December on the potential donation of what he says represents furniture contents of a museum.  

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Toys are coming to Seneca’s Lunney Museum!

Toys are coming to Seneca’s Lunney Museum in the form of a display of pedal cars.  The prized collection of Anderson resident and Seneca native Mike Cannon, his wife, Brenda, and the Cannon family, these pedal cars will soon go on display for public viewing during the holidays.  Everyone is invited to the Lunney for the grand opening of the […]

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