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Rezoning rejected in Seneca

November 20, 2012
Rezoning rejected in Seneca

Seneca’s planning commissioners have decided that town homes would be a poor fit on fewer than two acres that slope downward from By-Pass 123 to Lake Keowee. They voted 6-0 last night to reject an application by the property owners to change the property from highway commercial to RM-16. Of 25 audience members opposed, six…

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4-vehicle wreck in Seneca

November 19, 2012

Four vehicles were involved in an accident late this morning in Seneca. According to the police, two people were sent to the hospital to be evaluated. The accident apparently began when one vehicle headed west on W. N. 1st Street slowed to turn onto N. Perkins Creek Road, which caused a chain-like accident from the…

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Clemson-USC game to be green-powered

November 19, 2012

For the third time, the Tigers-Gamecocks rivalry is going green. This Saturday’s game at Clemson Memorial Stadium will be powered 100% by in-state renewable energy from Blue Ridge Electric Co-op and Santee Cooper Green Power. Clemson University has teamed with the power providers to ensure that all the electricity needs of the big game will…

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Seneca traffic accident

November 19, 2012

Motorists are telling 96.3/WGOG NEWS they are being detoured around the scene of an accident.  That accident took place on W.N. 1st Street.  Ambulances have been seen among the responding vehicles.

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SPD presses burglary charge

November 19, 2012

The police at Seneca have filed charges in an eight-month investigation of a home burglary. City officers drove yesterday to Stephens County, Georgia and picked up Jonathan Allen Finney and charged the 31-year old Townville resident with burglary second degree and petty larceny. According to Captain Jeremy Rothell, Major of Operations, Finney is charged with…

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OC to seek lawsuit dismissal

November 19, 2012

Legal counsel for Oconee County will enter a courtroom next month in Walhalla to seek the dismissal of a lawsuit over an accident involving a small plane and a deer two and a half years ago at the Oconee Regional Airport.  The county is the moving party in a dismissal motion to be heard Tuesday,…

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Breast cancer survivors make donation

November 19, 2012

A group of breast cancer survivors at Keowee Key recently held a fundraiser walk and auction. The result is a donation of $3,600 to the Breast Care Center at Oconee Medical Center According to Chris Cox, an organizer, “Our mission is to pay it forward with Breast Cancer and help other women going through the…

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Vacant land up for rezoning

November 19, 2012
Vacant land up for rezoning

This land off By-Pass 123 in Seneca bordering Lake Keowee is the subject of a rezoning hearing at 6 tonight at City Hall. The owners hope to building town homes on nearly two acres.

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Ken Sloan carries the message

November 19, 2012

Not long after he bought all the special editions of National Geographic he could find, Ken Sloan carried a couple of copies to the man in charge of South Carolina tourism. Ken Sloan of Mountain Lakes CVB wanted to be sure that Duane Parrish at the S.C. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism knew that…

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Greer solider killed

November 19, 2012

A soldier from Greer was one of two U-S Army casualties November 16 in the Afghanistan province of Paktika. Channing Hicks was 24 years old and died of injuries when the enemy attacked his unit with an I-E-D and small arms fire. Hicks was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 28th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat…

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