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Train trespass incident lands Tennessean in OC Jail

August 5, 2013

For years, there has been no passenger train service for Seneca. But it was in Seneca Friday that a Nashville, Tennessee man was arrested and charged with trespassing on a Norfolk Southern freight train. The train stopped at Seneca’s E. Main and Perry Avenue and the man, Danh Van Nguyen, got off into the custody…

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Marijuana cases in Seneca

August 5, 2013

The police in Seneca made drug cases in two separate investigations. One was a weekend traffic stop in which five Georgia residents were issued tickets alleging simple possession of marijuana. The police say they also seized quantities of suspected marijuana from two of the five. The five were in a car shortly before 2 a-m…

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Lane closures this week

August 5, 2013

Construction of Anderson’s East-West Connector will make lane closures this week. According to the general contractor, Thrift Development of Seneca, those lane closings begin tomorrow at SC 81 and the intersection with the East-West Connector and Oak Hill Drive. One lane is to be closed in each direction to allow for milling and the installation…

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Optimism sounded for pool opening

August 5, 2013

Don’t put away those swim trunks just yet. Those involved with the project to return the Walhalla Municipal Swimming Pool to service remain optimistic that the issues remaining will be resolved in time to allow for an August opening and, possibly, an extended season into September. County Councilman Wayne McCall and City Councilman David Underwood…

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Concept vehicle to be shown

August 5, 2013

Clemson automotive engineering students are in Traverse City, Michigan this week to show off the next-generation Mazda-sponsored vehicle that they both conceived and engineered. The Automotive Research management Briefing Seminar is the first time the completed Deep Orange 3 vehicle will be showcased with body panels designed by students at the Art Center College of…

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The topic: Native American History

August 5, 2013

At today’s Walhalla Rotary Club meeting, Dr. Dave LaVere will discuss Native American History in Oconee County.

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Death investigated as a drowning

August 5, 2013

The apparent drowning of a York woman in Pickens County is under investigation. Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley reports an autopsy will take place on the body of Heather Dobbins. She was tubing in a group of four people Saturday in the Saluda River.

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“Saved” Stumphouse celebrated

August 3, 2013

Greenville resident and former Oconeean Ann Holleman said, “It’s so rare the right thing happens.” And when she said it she was referring to a snowball of a public-private effort that, during a seven-month period, raised more than $4 million to save precious Oconee County land from development. Under the shelter of Walhalla-owned Stumphouse Tunnel…

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Man jailed allegedly punched deputy

August 2, 2013

A man near Walhalla went to jail today after he allegedly swung at a deputy sheriff and connected with his fist to the face of the officer. Law enforcement reports show Bruce Alan Wilson Sr., 38, charged with breach of peace and resisting arrest with assault on an officer. Officers went to a Fairfield community…

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“The next move is up to Oconee County”

August 2, 2013

For Oconee County to build the replacement jail at its current preferred location, the county must ask the Walhalla zoning administrator for a special exception. The city attorney, Julian Stoudemire, says it’ll be zoning administrator James Ashton’s duty to schedule a hearing and, and in Stoudemire’s words , “it will proceed from there.” At least…

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  • October 31, 2014Faith Baptist Church's Fall Festival
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