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Hungriest can thank busy soup kitchen

April 26, 2013

Many of Seneca’s and Oconee County’s hungriest individuals can thank a group of workers and volunteers for a daily meal. An open house yesterday at Seneca’s Our Daily Bread highlighted the benevolent work  of the Daily Bread staff and many in the community who donate to keep the freezer and pantry stocked. Richard Ledford, chairman…

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First round co-leaders at Mountain Lakes Classic

April 26, 2013

Ted Smith and Sunny Kim carded 3-under 68s in the first round of the Mountain Lakes Classic at Seneca and finished the day tied atop the leader board in the $150 thousand event. The tourney is being presented by Mountain Lakes Convention and Visitors Bureau. Smith, a former University of North Carolina standout from Orlando,…

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Brush fire consumes 30 acres

April 26, 2013

A brush fire last night consumed 30 acres in rural Oconee County—at New Cut Road and Stamp Creek Landing Road. Oconee County Fire Dispatch reports a State Forestry bulldozer was used to cut a fire line. Keowee-Ebenezer Fire Department volunteers received help from the Keowee Fire Department.

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Moulder urges patience

April 26, 2013

Years in the making, the system that promises high-speed service to the worldwide web in Oconee County will require a few more months—–and some patience, in the estimation of the county administrator. Scott Moulder, in an interview, said Oconee FOCUS Broadband is still under construction. “The system will ultimately will be live, if you will,…

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Farmers Market to meet opening date

April 26, 2013

The home for what’s planned to be Oconee’s first countywide farmers market remained a work in progress yesterday afternoon, but one of its leading volunteers is confident the market will open on schedule a week from tomorrow—Saturday, May 4. “We’re in the process now of setting the posts for the structure that’ll be the shaded…

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Suspect turns herself in

April 26, 2013

The Seneca police say a 26-year old woman turned herself in and was charged with robbing an elderly man of $11 dollars. Law enforcement records show a charge of strong armed robbery late Wednesday against Catessa Rena Holden of Goddard Avenue. According to the police reports, Holden was allowed inside the apartment of a 79-year…

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Three charged with rash of Clemson crimes

April 26, 2013

Three Seneca men have been charged in a series of crimes in downtown Clemson. The Clemson police have announced the arrests of Dylan Patrick Smith, 20 years old; Michael Delvin McClure, 21; and Leroy Dalton Crooks, 20. The police say Smith, McClure, and Crooks have been implicated in a rash of auto burglaries, thefts of…

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Accident shuts down part of WN 1st

April 26, 2013

An early evening accident last night temporarily shut down parts of W. N. 1st Street in Seneca. Two cars were involved, and the police reported two people injured.

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OC teacher is Specialist of the Year

April 25, 2013

A career specialist at Seneca Middle School, Tammy Brock, has been named the Pendleton Region CTE Barbara James Career Specialist of the Year. In her position that she has occupied six years, Brock provides career awareness, discovery, and development to Seneca Middle students, faculty and parents.

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Scott’s OC stop will be his first

April 25, 2013

The next business Meet ad Greet sponsored by the Oconee Chamber of Commerce will feature South Carolina’s newest U-S senator. Billy Boylston, interim chamber director, has announced the event for 10 to 10:50 a-m Thursday, May 2 at the International Deli in Dogwood Plaza. Senator Tim Scott will be making his first Oconee County visit…

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