Ideas for a walkable and bikeable Clemson

Friends of the grassroots organization Green Crescent invites everyone to experience ideas that potentially will make the Clemson area a better place to live, work, learn and play. A presentation on pedestrial; and biking paths will be 6 to 7 o’clock Tuesday night, May 5 in the Clemson Community Room, Lower Level of City Hall. Those who attend will learn […]

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Walhalla choral students compete

A total of 140 students from the Walhalla Middle School Chorus competed last Saturday in the Music Showcase Festival at Six Flags Over Georgia. The Sixth Grade Chorus and the combined Seventh and Eighth Grade Chorus performed pieces in front of a panel of judges and receiving top ratings. The sixth graders took home a trophy for Second Place Treble […]

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Accused attacker swung a machete

A young Seneca man has been jailed by sheriff’s officers in the investigation of an incident near Carson Road. The Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of Jarrett Lee Honeycutt and a warrant charging the 18-year old with assault and battery first degree. Four deputies showed up on Wood Gate Drive Thursday night after being told that a machete was used […]

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Bicyclists and cars share 123

Motorized traffic slowed or, in some instances, was forced to come to a complete stop these past two days, as 123 from Seneca to Clemson was used as the route for bicyclists competing in national competition.  Devoting the passing lanes of 123 from Seneca’s Lindsay Road to 93 and 123 on the Oconee County side near Clemson forced normal car […]

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Wi-Fi signal in Long Creek and Mountain Rest

The Oconee FOCUS broadband project and the Oconee Public Library recently collaborated to bring Wi-Fi to the community clubs in Long Creek and Mountain Rest. With the infrastructure in place at the communities’ fire stations, the Wi-Fi signal for accessing the Internet was extended to the adjoining community clubs. And Phil Cheney, county library director, says it means that residents […]

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Woman found guilty as charged

An Easley woman arrived a few minutes late for the start of her trial in Walhalla. Teresa Annette Davis told Oconee General Sessions Judge Lawton McIntosh that she had car trouble in what, for her, was a bad week. Davis’s week got worse yesterday when she was found guilty on two charges and sent to prison for 18 years. She […]

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Concrete poured this week at Seneca work site

Thirty truckloads of concrete were poured this week at the construction site at the Seneca Water Treatment Plant. It’s a multi-million dollar upgrade that is proceeding well, according to Bob Faires, Light and Water superintendent. The Harper Corporation of Greenville is the general contractor for the work. Faires predicts the work will finish earlier than next year’s contract end date.

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Partial road closures start today

More than 1,300 athletes from across the country are in the Clemson area today and tomorrow for national championship competition in the USA Triathlon’s Collegiate Club. The main venue is Campus Beach, but the run route will follow highway 93 into Oconee. The bike route takes place at 93 and 123. Racing is scheduled to start at 9 this morning […]

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