Ingeborg Theresia Wood

Ingeborg Theresia Wood, 78, of 506 Cedarwood Lane, West Union died Thursday at North Greenville Hospital, Travelers Rest.  She was the wife of R-Q Wood.  Graveside services will be 2 pm Sunday at Oconee Memorial Park.  The family receives friends from 12:30-1:30 pm, prior to the service at Davenport Funeral Home.  Flowers are accepted.  The family is at the residence. […]

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Seneca opens a new museum


Seneca officially opened the city’s museum to celebrate African-American history and culture, and the crowd that gathered today was large enough for the city to close a section of W-S 2nd Street.  The museum is named for the late Bertha Lee Strickland, who worked as the housekeeper for the Lunney family, for whom the city’s one other museum is named.  […]

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“Feed Your Farmer” next week

Farmers feed us.  But next week the FFA at Seneca High, with help from a handful of food service outlets, will feed farmers.  All Oconee County farmers are invited to enjoy a free BBQ lunch from 11 a-m to 2 p-m Tuesday, November 24 at Seneca High School.  Farmers may eat-in or take-it-to-go.  The free lunch is a chance to […]

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Schools have plan for inclement weather

Oconee School District has a plan to deal with inclement weather and how it impacts class schedules.  “When there is a potential of hazardous driving conditions, administrators will visually check road conditions in each attendance area.  Officials may also consult Oconee County Emergency Management and law enforcement to assess driving conditions.  Any decision to delay or cancel will be made […]

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Arrests of Syrians in Honduras a Duncan concern

The arrests of five Syrians in Honduras is a concern of Congressman Jeff Duncan, member of the Homeland Security Committee.  The Syrians flew into the Central American country and presented Greek passports though, according to one network report, none speaks the Greek language.  And though it wasn’t immediately known if any of them have terror intentions, Duncan said, “….it (the […]

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Walhalla parade as usual this year

Although part of Walhalla’s Main Street remains a construction zone, the city’s annual Christmas Parade will proceed down Main as usual this year.  The date and time for this year’s parade:  Saturday, December 5 at 5 o’clock.  One hour after this year’s parade, the 4th annual Luminary Tour of Churches, sponsored by the chamber of commerce, will take place.  Five […]

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