J-Peter’s run ends in Seneca

The closing this week of a restaurant in the heart of Seneca’s Ramcat Alley ended a five-year relationship between the business, the building owner, and the dining public. Building owner Jack Shadwick, after a meeting yesterday with J-Peter’s representatives, spoke wistfully of what happened. Shadwick quoted J-Peter’s chief financial officer as saying that, considering the cost of food these days, […]

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Have you seen two stolen Seadoos?

Two Seadoos, along with an aluminum trailer, were stolen last weekend at a Lake Hartwell address near Seneca. The crime occurred on Martin Creek Road. The Seadoos had a purple covering. They are 2001 models with a yellow top and black bottom. If you have information that can solve this crime, call Crime Stoppers at 638-STOP. Your tip could lead […]

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Bonnie Sue Davis Thrasher

Bonnie Sue Davis Thrasher, 81, of 185 Thrasher Lane, Seneca died Thursday at her home.  She was the wife of Roy Hayne Thrasher.  The funeral will be 2 p-m Saturday at Davenport Funeral Home; the burial in Oconee Memorial Park.  The family receives friends from 6 to 8 p-m Friday at Davenport Funeral Home.  Flowers are accepted.  Memorials may be […]

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Drug bust in vicinity of Seneca’s E.S. 2nd Street

Seven arrests were made Wednesday in a one-month drug investigation in Seneca. The arrests arose from a traffic stop as a vehicle left 803 E. S. 2nd Street—an address that the city’s narcotics squad had under investigation since mid-April. According to an announcement by Chief John Covington, seized were methamphetamine, cash, and drug paraphernalia. Covington says, to date, the seizure […]

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Ann Moore

Rebecca Ann Moore, 60, of the Cobb Bridge Road, Westminster died Wednesday at the Cottingham Hospice House.  She was the wife of Jack Colin Moore.  The funeral will be 11 a-m Saturday at Faith Baptist Church; the burial follows in Oconee Memorial Park.  The family recieves friends from 6 to 8 p-m Friday at Sandifer Funeral Home.  The family is […]

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Graduation speaker offers glimpse of the future

The members of Tri-County Technical College’s largest graduating class were told last week that dramatic and accelerated changes in the digital world will be exciting and terrifying and will change how we interact. The speaker was Bernie Anger, general manager of GE Intelligent Platforms. The business unit, part of GE Energy Management, is based in Charlottesville, Virginia. On May 8 […]

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Boaters reminded to always ‘Wear It!’

Boating safety advocates this week are reminding everyone always wear a life jacket while recreation boating. It’s a simple life-saving strategy. City of Seneca, with Lake Keowee on its north side, is calling attention to National Safe Boating Week. Mayor Dan Alexander has issued a proclamation that contains some valuable pieces of information now that the 2015 recreation season is […]

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Rotary scholars take home the money!

Two members of this year’s gradating class at Walhalla High School left this week’s Rotary Club meeting with the most money earned for educational achievement. Jennifer Barnett and Chylee Martin qualified as Rotary scholars for all four high school years—meaning Chylee and Jennifer were awarded $200 apiece for making the top five of their class each year. Not far behind […]

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