Donna Perry Dineen

Donna Renea Perry Dineen, 52, of 500 Willow Branch Lane, Seneca died Saturday at Oconee Memorial Hospital.  A memorial service will be 3 pm Tuesday at Utica Baptist Church.  The family receives friends from 2-3 pm, prior to the service at the church.  Family members are at their homes.  In place of flowers, memorials may be made tro Susan G. […]

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Sex offender registry violation alleged

  A 48-year old man who had made the Facebook page of the Oconee Sheriff’s Office as its Most Wanted Man of the Week was placed into custody Thursday and charged with violation of the sex offender registry.  According to the Sheriff’s Office, David Larry Adams of Chevis Mountain Road, Westminster was required to register in August, yet the registrar […]

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Congressman offsers constituent service

Local and area residents in need of the kind of help that a congressman can provide are invited to take up an opportunity Tuesday in Seneca and Clemson.  Staff from the office of Congressman Duncan will set up at two locations to assist constituents.  From 10 a-m to noon, they’ll be at Duncan’s Seneca office–135 Eagles Nest Drive, Suite B; […]

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Senecan suspect in crimes in two counties

  Law enforcement authorities have identified a Seneca man as one of their suspects in a spree of crimes that took place this week in Oconee and Anderson counties.  After turning himself over Thursday to the Seneca police, Martavious Shamon Craig was being held today by Anderson County, as one of three people charged with attempted murder and killing a […]

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“I’m ready to go to Phoenix”

To get to away games, such as tomorrow in Miami, the Clemson Tigers travel by air.  But their equipment is transported by truck.  Make that one large tractor-trailer truck which departed yesterday afternoon from Memorial Stadium for a long haul to Miami.  It’s a labor of love for the two truck drivers:  Tom Luke and Mike Brown.  They are rabid […]

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Walhalla-based “Supply SC” reports results

Walhalla-based “Supply SC” has forwarded supplies and cash donations to South Carolina areas ravaged by flooding the first weekend in October.  Last Sunday donations from 11 churches and the community filled two-thirds of a tractor-trailer truck.  Nearly $5 thousand dollars in cash donations were also collected.  More than 50 people from Welcome Wesleyan, Open Door Baptist, Golden Corner Baptist, and […]

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