Seneca PD breaks open major fraud case

January 31, 2014
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A former worker at a Seneca lending office has been implicated in a case of fraud in which, the police say, members of the public were told to pay up on loans forged in their names. The police have announced 149 charges against Angela Denise Simpson. The Webb Heights Circle resident faces 74 counts of…

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FRIDAY SPORTS: Furman to face Gamecocks in 2014

January 31, 2014
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A clash against South Carolina highlights defending So-Con champion Furman’s 12-game 2014 football schedule, which was released Thursday by director of athletics Gary Clark. Furman will play South Carolina on Oct. 18 at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia in the 49th meeting in a series that dates from 1892.The full 2014 Paladin schedule can be viewed online…

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Fishermen’s delight: Lake Keowee in winter

January 31, 2014
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An FLW bass tourney tomorrow on Lake Keowee. And Phil Shirley says this tourney kicking off a regional series of tournament will unfold early tomorrow morning out of Oconee’s South Cove Park near Seneca. Last year the same tourney attracted 175 anglers and their boats. Which translates, says the director of Oconee Parks, Recreation and…

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BREC withstands cold and wet month

January 31, 2014
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A cold and wet January means a spike in power bills. But, as a Clemson man told us this week, he’s just happy to have a warm house. The multi-county electric power retailer Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative experienced a month avoiding major interruptions. Its spokesman, Terry Ballenger, says improvements system wide, such as Blue Ridge’s…

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Student’s art work advancing

January 31, 2014
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An art poster by a Seneca Middle School student is advancing in competition. The Seneca Lions Club has announced that the poster, the work of Carson Calloway, has been forwarded to be considered for higher competition.

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Tamassee DAR helps sisters rebuild their lives

January 31, 2014
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Moriah and Patience Gaines are a study in both perseverance and resilience. Moriah was 15 and Patience was 13 when the sisters were placed in foster care after being removed from their parents’ home by the Department of Social Services. Eventually, they entered the Tamassee Daughters of the American Revolution (TDAR) School and residential housing…

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  • April 19, 2014 8:00 amBenefit Hot Dog and Yard Sale
  • April 19, 2014 9:00 amOconee County Democratic Party's Breakfast Meeting
  • April 19, 2014 10:00 amClearmont Baptist Church's Easter Egg Hunt
  • April 19, 2014 6:00 pmMountain Rest Community Club's Monthly Meeting
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