Police suspect sent for medical evaluation

The police in Seneca say a 38-year old man was sent for medical evaluation after he was discovered at a crime scene yesterday at the very southern tip of the city limits. The police say Jamie Charles Harvey was arrested and charged with attempted burglary at a home on Fairfield Drive, after a homeowner confronted a man who tried to […]

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Charles Gerald Evatt

Charles Gerald Evatt, 67, of Evatt Road, Seneca died Sunday at Greenville Memorial Hospital.  He was the husband of Brenda McAlister Evatt.  The funeral will be 11 a-m Wednesday at Davenport Funeral Home.  The family receives friends from 6 to 8 o’clock Tuesday night at Davenport Funeral Home.  Flowers are accepted. Memorials may be made to th Shriners Hospital for […]

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Overview to be given for Clemson-Pendleton property

Residents of the Clemson and Pendleton communities are being asked to mark their calendars for a kickoff meeting next week when a vision is to be shared for what becomes of property adjoining the two municipalities. At 6:30 Monday night, May 11 at the University Baptist Church on Pendleton Road, the consulting firm Stantec will give its master planning vision […]

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Trustee pronounces new school ready

The Walhalla area trustee for Oconee public schools pronounced the district’s newest school building ready for classes. The new Walhalla High will open for students in August, and District Two’s Rosemary Bailes made her assessment as the result of a tour yesterday of the new high school in the Picket Post Community. She and other members of the Walhalla Rotary […]

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Get ready to cool off!

Workers had to repair damage to a bathroom caused by an act of vandalism, but the public swimming season will start on time in three weeks in Walhalla. Christle Ross, executive director of the Foothills YMCA, gave a report last night on the partnership with the city of Walhalla to operate the city’s public swimming pool on W. Main Street. […]

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Trees to align the Streetscape route

The leader for a Walhalla tree committee estimates 40 to 45 trees can be planted along the four blocks downtown targeted as the city’s Streetscape project. Richard Harper told a meeting last night of the Partners for Progress that varieties of oaks, tupelos, lindens, and maples are among the kinds of trees being considered for the median and the sidewalk […]

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YoGo Express coming to West Union

Word has spread in recent days that where a Dairy Queen Restaurant in West Union once stood will come a replacement restaurant, offering a similar fare. That word was confirmed to 96.3/WGOG NEWS: “YoGo Express has purchased the Dairy Queen building in West Union, and we plan on rehabilitating the building,” Scott Shaffer told us late yesterday. He and his […]

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Kenneth Smith

Kenneth Duke Smith, 48, died Friday.  He was the husband of Jessica Smith.  A memorial service will be 4 p-m Thursday at Ramsey Creek Preserve.  Family members are at their homes.  Condolences for Kenneth Duke Smith may be expressed by visiting www.sandiferfuneralhome.com.

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Outdoor medical emergency in northern Oconee

An official of Oconee Emergency Services says contact was made this afternoon with a hiker in need of emergency medical attention.  He’s among a group of hikers.  Emergency Services’ Shane Gibbs says the hiker was located on a trail about halfway between Cherry Hill Campground at Mountain Rest and Tamassee.  It’s one of the county’s rugged sections of terrain, but […]

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Oconee couple establishes endowed scholarship

Professional engineer Richard Cottingham and his wife, Nancy, have pledged $500 thousand to establish a professor of civil engineering endowment at Clemson University. The Seneca couple is described as passionate about the university and about professional licensure in the engineering profession. Both have served on state boards of registration, and Richard Cottingham has served as president of the National Council […]

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