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Family Court ruling in child custody case

March 5, 2013
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A family member reports a judge’s ruling in Oconee County in a child custody case over a 10-month old girl. Lynne Delph, a former Oconee County resident now living in Horry County, tells 96.3/WGOG NEWS that 10th Circuit Family Court Judge Edgar Long yesterday terminated the mother’s rights. Delph says she and her husband, Grant,…

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Westminster man arrested and charged

March 5, 2013
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A 34-year old man has been arrested and charged in the investigation of a burglary in late January at a home on the Doctor John’s Road. County law enforcement records show Bradford Harrison Noel of S. Hampton Street, Westminster charged with burglary and larceny January 29 at the Dr. John’s Road home. Stolen in the…

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Roadway blocked

March 5, 2013
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State troopers say there are injuries in a 7:46 a-m accident near S.C. 24 in Oconee County. The accident was reported at 11 and Pleasant Hill Circle.

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New voting system to be explained

March 5, 2013
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Everyone is invited to an Oconee Democratic Party meeting this month to hear a Clemson professor talk about a new voting system developed at the university’s School of Computing. Guest speaker for 9 a-m Saturday, March 16 meeting at the Oconee Medical Center will be Dr. Juan Gilbert. According to party chairwoman Rosellen Aleguire, the…

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Bridge repairs delayed by rain

March 5, 2013
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A South Carolina DOT official says this winter’s frequent rainfall has delayed the finish of repairs to a bridge that feeds traffic to Central’s Wal-Mart store. The DOT’s Jason Allison told 96.3/WGOG NEWS that, in spite of the delays faced by the contractor, repairs to 18 Mile Creek Bridge in Pickens County should be completed…

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Campus police make copper theft case

March 5, 2013
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A 46-year old Walhalla man was arrested Saturday and charged with the theft of copper from Clemson University property in Oconee County. According to the university, James L. Chastain was charged by campus police with committing injury to real property, or fixtures or improvements to obtain nonferrous metals, damage of $5 thousand or more. Chastain…

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Four detained in Seneca

March 5, 2013
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The police in Seneca report four people detained as part of the investigation into the discovery of a methamphetamine lab inside two rooms at a By-Pass 123 motel. According to Chief John Covington, suspicious activity led the police yesterday morning to the Town ‘n Country Motel. A meth lab cleanup crew was summoned from Columbia,…

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Meth lab found at motel

March 4, 2013
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At this hour, the police in Seneca are involved in what their chief calls an active and in-progress investigation of a meth lab at the Town ‘n Country Motel on By-Pass 123. Chief John Covington said, “At this point, officers are still on scene with several individuals detained.” The city police are awaiting the arrival…

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Oconeeans to present at state conference

March 4, 2013
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Two Oconee County officials will be presenters during this week’s conference in Myrtle Beach of the South Carolina Emergency Management Association. Wayne Garland, paramedic, and Lisa Simmering, Oconee GIS analyst, will present “A Special Needs Success” during a break out session tomorrow morning.  

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Second arrest made

March 4, 2013
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The police in Seneca have announced a second arrest in the investigation of the theft of a moped. The moped was reported stolen in June last year from a carport on Mountain View Drive. The theft of the moped originally led city police to the Westminster area. A second arrest was made in the case…

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