Dietterick warns: “This will cripple your cities”

In the opinion of Greg Dietterick, state legislation that is friendly to big business would be counter-productive to small business and cripple the livelihood of Seneca and other South Carolina municipalities.  The Seneca city administrator says he spent parts of two days conferring with the South Carolina Municipal Association about House bills 3650 and 3651, sponsored by Seneca Representative Bill […]

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Annie Cornelia Addis

Seneca, SC— Annie Cornelia Addis, 90, wife of the late Frank LeCroy Addis, of 6 Keystone Drive, Seneca, passed away Monday, February 13, 2017, at Seneca Health and Rehab. Graveside services will be conducted at 2:00 PM, Thursday, February 16, 2017, at Oconee Memorial Park Mausoleum Chapel. Memorials may be sent to North Walhalla Church of God Building Fund, P.O. […]

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Pastor Janice Swindle

  Seneca – Pastor Janice Irene Swindle, 74, wife of Charles Wayne Swindle, of 110 Terrace Meadows Drive, passed away Monday, February 13, 2017 at Greenville Memorial Hospital.   In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by brothers, Wayne and Sonny Housman; and sisters, Midge, Doris Ann, and Jody.  A celebration of life will be held 2 pm, […]

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One last time for the Big Top

The circus came through town one last time. The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey circus train traveled through Clemson, Seneca, Westminster and Toccoa, Georgia on its way to Atlanta.  The circus is shutting down after this, its last tour, in May. The train finally passed through Toccoa around 5 p.m. after it was delayed for hours making its way […]

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To avoid a total eclipse of the sun

Oconee school trustees at their regular meeting next week may vote to move up the start of classes next year—to avoid a total eclipse of the sun.  The approved calendar for 2017-18 has classes starting Monday, August 21—the first day that districts are permitted to start school for a new year.  But August 21 is also the date for the […]

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No dash cam video available

The state police say no dash cam video exists of the weekend officer-involved shooting near Westminster.  The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division yesterday announced that it continues its investigation of what happened.  In the aftermath of shots fired at a Brock Road home and later in the middle of the Blackjack Road, an unidentified Oconee deputy has been placed on […]

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Agenda set for Seneca meeting

During tonight’s Seneca City Council meeting, City Administrator Greg Dietterick presents bids for the roof at the recently acquired N. Walnut Street building—formerly Hometown Food Store.  The mayor and council are reserving executive session time tonight for one personnel matter and three pieces of legal and contract matters.  The February meeting of the city council takes place at 6 at […]

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