Ervin says he has qualified for ballot

Many South Carolina politicians are heavily focused on this month’s primary election.  Not Tom Ervin.  The Greenville lawyer and Anderson radio station owner points to this fall’s General Election.  The Independent Republican candidate’s campaign for Governor announced today that has assured himself a spot on the November ballot by submitting 20, 137 petition signatures of registered voters.  Those petition signatures […]

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Lines to form for produce coupons

For as long as the coupons last, Oconee senior citizens can qualify starting tomorrow for $25 dollars worth of Farmers Market produce coupons. Lines are likely to form early tomorrow morning outside the United Way Office in downtown Seneca. LaShauna Harrison, United Way chief operating officer, says she and her staff can count on an adequate number of volunteers to […]

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Road pavers return to South Carolina 24

The road contractor, Ashmore Brothers, has returned its crews this week to Oconee County’s South Carolina 24 for paving work between highways 11 and 59. Work is scheduled today through Saturday. And motorists should be careful driving through the work zone. Be aware that there are men and equipment at work inside a lane closure, manned by flagmen. Avoid the […]

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Tomorrow is Primary Election Day!

Across Oconee County and across South Carolina tomorrow, it’ll be Primary Election Day 2014. Oconee voters are urged to turn out at the polls and participate in the process—by voting in either the Democratic or Republican primaries. The only contested local office on tomorrow’s ballot is the one between incumbent Paul Corbeil and his challenger, Edda Cammick for Seat 1, […]

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Oconee spends too much, says Steven Moore

Oconee County resident Steven Moore spent his formative years as a Democrat, then became a Republican. But today the former Oconee County school trustee and county councilman says party labels are misleading when it comes to government spending. Moore has issues with the all-Republican Oconee County Council when it comes to spending, and he plans to express them during tomorrow […]

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“Honoring Their Service” is donation recipient

 The non-profit group that helps organize and sponsor events for active duty Marines, as well as the upstate Wounded Warrior regiment, is the recipient of a donation to help it do its work. Board members of “Honoring Their Service” were presented a check for $585 dollars by representatives of Liberty Festivals and Events. The donation represents dollars raised by Liberty […]

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Flag Day is Saturday

Seneca’s Cleta Bryson hopes you will wave the American flag on Saturday. Flag Day is set aside to commemorate the adoption of the American flag. However, Bryson, president of the American Legion Auxiliary in Seneca, says the day is also a time to honor the country’s veterans who have served to protect the flag and the ideals it represents.

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Oconee hospital opens first free dental clinic

The first hospital-based free, dental clinic in South Carolina has opened on the fourth floor of the Outpatient Building at the Oconee Medical Center. The cutting of a ribbon Friday signaled the start for a clinic to serve low income, under-insured adults in Oconee and the greater Clemson area. The Oconee Emergency Department is often thought of the place to […]

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