Mary Belle Stanton Crenshaw Nix

Mary Belle Stanton Crenshaw Nix, 87,  wife of R. Eugene Nix, Presbyterian Community, 801 Musgrove Street, Clinton, SC, formerly of Mountain Rest, SC, died Wednesday, October 17, 2012, at Laurens County Healthcare in Clinton, SC. Graveside services will be held Saturday, October 20, 2012 at 10:30 AM at Bethel Presbyterian Church cemetery, Walhalla, SC. A Celebration of Life service will […]

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Jack Verner Pitts

Jack Verner Pitts, 80, husband of Shirley Mae Hatcher Pitts, of 809 Leafy Lane, Seneca, SC, died Wednesday, October 17, 2012, at Richard Campbell Nursing Home. Funeral services will be held 4:00 Friday, October 19, 2012 at Bountyland Baptist Church with burial to follow at Oconee Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 3:00-4:00, prior to the service, at […]

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Amy Genesis Stashluk

Amy Genesis Stashluk, infant child of Joseph and Amanda Stashluk passed away Monday, October 15, 2012. A memorial service will be held 2 PM, Saturday, October 20, 2012 from the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials in memory of Amy Stashluk may be made in C/O Sandifer Funeral Home, PO Box 69, Westminster, SC 29693. Sandifer […]

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Sheriff’s Candidate Forum

The three petition candidates for the Oconee Sheriff’s race came together at a forum Thursday night, and they all three agree… Oconee’s biggest problem is drugs. During the forum, sponsored by the Clemson Area League of women voters, each candidate offered his idea of how to address the county’s drug problem. Former Oconee Sheriff’s office captain, Mike Crenshaw, pointed out […]

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Infant’s Death Deemed Homicide-Funeral Services are Planned.

The Oconee County Coroner’s office has released the autopsy findings conducted on a 7 month infant who died Monday night at the pediatric ICU at Greenville Memorial Hospital. According to a release from the Coroner’s office, the autopsy was performed Thursday morning at Anmed Medical Health Center by Dr. Brett Woodard.  The coroner’s office says the autopsy revealed  7 month […]

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Bear Encounters Prompt Campground Closings

Two North Carolina campgrounds are closed due to ongoing encounters between humans and bears.  The US Forest service in North Carolina says Shining Rock Wilderness and Graveyard fields will be closed to disperse camping until further notice. The agency will monitor the areas to determine when it is safe to reopen the areas.  Last Monday night, a bear damaged a […]

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Council Approval for Signs

  Westminster city council has given approved a request by the Mountain Lakes Convention and Visitors Bureau to replace signs.  Ken Sloan, who is executive director of the bureau, had requested $20,000 from the city to replace signs which direct tourists to places recommended by the Westminster Chamber and the Visitors bureau.  The $20,000 from the city is a match […]

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Highway Deaths Down in SC

As the holiday season approaches, the highways usually become more dangerous with increased intoxication, earlier sunsets and the potential for ice and snow. However, the state highway patrol reports that the high travel 100 days of summer have been safer this year. And the overall traffic fatalities in South Carolina are down to 613 from 647 in mid October of […]

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Mayberry Day 2013 is a Go

A unanimous vote by the Westminster City Council means the city’s Annual Mayberry Day Festival is a go for 2013.  At a council meeting Tuesday, festival organizer Tom Rusk told the council that the festival earlier this year drew an estimated 12,000 people to the city of Westminster.  Rusk says around 20 percent of those came from more than 50 […]

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Happy Ending to I-85 Accident

Via MJ Kneiser A family involved in a wreck on I-85 over the weekend found their puppy late Wednesday morning after asking the public for help. The 13-week old Shihtzu puppy was ejected from the Parks family van during the wreck on I-85 northbound Saturday between mile markers 154 and 155.  Frances Parks suffered a broken arm, but the worst […]

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