Seneca car accidents

An accident underneath a set of traffic lights in Seneca sent two people this morning to the hospital. The police identified the injured as one of the car drivers and a passenger in the second car. Lt. Robert Tribble says the accident occurred shortly after 9:15 this morning at S. Oak and Railroad streets—-and occurred as one of the cars […]

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Seneca leaders in back-to-back meetings

State Revolving Fund and an update on the Kellett project are agenda items for a work session tonight of the Seneca City Council. The 6 o’clock City Hall meeting will be followed by a special council meeting. Matters involving the Strickland Preservation Group Committee are on the agenda for both the work session and the special meeting.

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Campaign season opens today at CU

The campaign season officially starts today at Clemson University with what’s called a “non-active campaigning period.” The university is gearing toward 2014 Undergraduate Student Government elections, and all students interested in running are urged to apply. Positions open are Student Body President and Vice President, as well as seats in the Student Senate. The candidates’ debate takes place 7 o’clock […]

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Seneca antes up arsenal to deal with the bad guys

The police at Seneca have fortified themselves with the acquisition of a war-like vehicle that offers greater protection during potentially dangerous situations. It’s one of those high mobility multi-purpose wheeled vehicles—commonly called a Humvee. And, according to Officer Dwayne Kelley, the police got it—without paying a penny. It came to Seneca through a program that stocks law enforcement agencies with […]

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Re-printed calendars available in the community

Re-printed calendars which carry the theme of anti-drug and anti-violence are now available throughout the community, according to the office of 10th Circuit Solicitor. The original calendars contained a printing error. But the corrected 2014 calendars are to be distributed to the schools and can be found at local libraries, Community First Bank, and the Solicitor’s office. “We were greatly […]

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West Union election might be unncessary

West Union has one ballot candidate for mayor and four ballot candidates for the four-seat town council. And because there’s no contest in either category, election officials are likely to cancel the April 1 town election altogether—unless a write-in candidate emerges in the next two weeks. The ballot was set today with Linda Oliver unopposed for re-election as mayor. In […]

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Paul Cain stakes a (political) claim

A young attorney staked his claim today to a spot on this year’s political landscape, declaring he will run for the vacant seat on Oconee County Council. Not only will Paul Cain run in the special April 1 election, he’s going to file as a 2014 primary candidate in hopes of winning a full, 4-year term. And he’ll run as […]

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