Larry Adcock

James Larry Adcock, 80, of Seneca died Sunday at his home.  He was the husband of Robbie Ferrree Adcock.  A memorial service will be held later.  In place of flowers, memorials may be made to the charity of your choice.  Condolences may bwe expressed online by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com.  Sandifer Funeral Home is assisting the family.

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Mary Joan Farkas

Mary Joan Farkas, of 110 Falls Road, Westminster died Sunday at AnMed Health.  She was the wife of Frank Andrew Farkas.  A funeral mass will be 10:30 Friday morning at St. :Paul the Apostrle Catholic Church.  Burial will follow in M-J Dolly Cooper Cemetery at 2:30 Frisday afternoon.  The family is at the home.  In place of flowers, memorials in […]

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Golf cart travel regulated by law

Golf carts are now an acceptable way for getting from one place to another, but their use is regulated by South Carolina law.  At Clemson University, where many streets are clogged by motorized traffic during football weekends, many fans find golf carts a good way to get around.  The City of Clemson recognizes that golf cart use shortens waits, but […]

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Plea of guilt to a lesser charge

A domestic situation that got out of control played out in an Oconee courtroom this afternoon with a plea of guilty by one of the defendants.  Judge Maddox accepted a plea by John Murriel Black Jr. to the charge of voluntary manslaughter.  Black had been charged with murder in the stabbing death last summer of his wife’s father, Donald Lee […]

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Burglars trash home near Seneca

Burglars made off with a large haul from a home near Seneca after trashing the scene.  The crime was discovered Saturday on S. Randall Circle near S. Oak Street, and the Oconee Sheriff’s Office is investigating.  A side door to the home was found open.  The homeowner reported coins, jewelry and a television set stolen.  According to a responding officer, […]

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Accident at Miracle Circle

No one was hurt, but the police say two wreckers were needed to haul away the cars involved in an accident this morning at Seneca’s Miracle Circle.  The accident, on the side of the entrance to W. N. 1st Street, occurred around 9:30 this morning and involved a Ford Edge and a Subaru wagon.  Capt. Robert Tribble says the accident […]

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Incumbents are in the fold

Two Walhalla councilmen are bidding for re-election.  David Underwood qualified this morning and Tjay Bagwell on Friday.  Three council seats are available in this year’s election, November 3.  The deadline for all municipal candidates–in Salem, Walhalla, and Westminster–is noon on Friday.

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Intersection temporarily closed

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Workers have temporarily closed the Walhalla intersection of Main and N. College, next to the police station.  Contractor Hutch ‘n Son requests that as work progresses, to please pay attention to traffic changes and, especially, the workers.  The plan is to soon reach the middle of Main Street for the start of the island construction.

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Underwood to sign up this morning

The Walhalla council race will have at least two incumbents.  David Underwood is announcing that he’ll sign as a candidate this morning for re-election.  He released this statement, “ I, David Underwood have decided to put my name in the hat again for city council of Walhalla. As a lot of you know my main focus for running 4 years […]

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