WGOG is on the move….on the dial!

July 20, 2015
WGOG is on the move….on the dial!

“On Monday, August 3, WGOG will no longer be heard on the frequency 96.3.  We are moving on the radio dial.  On August 3 our new home will be 101.7.  In other words, WGOG will become 101.7/WGOG.  With the change, improvements eventually will become apparent.  They include less interference from adjacent stations, an improved signal,…

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Graduation speaker a Tech success

July 20, 2015

The speaker for next week’s Tri-County Tech graduation ceremony is a success story of the college. The speaker is Dr. Valerie Ramsey of Easley, a 1988 Tech graduate and who has since become first female graduate of the college to serve on its governing board. The graduation ceremony will be 6 p-m Wednesday, July 29…

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What’s planned for 354 acres?

July 20, 2015

A hearing is set next week in Clemson to cover what’s ahead for 354 acres at the Anderson County/Pickens County line.  The property is near highway 76, Old Stone Church Road and Excelsior Mill Road.  Clemson Planning Commission invites the public for an information hearing at 6 o’clock Monday night, July 27 at City Hall. …

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Advisory lifted in Clemson

July 20, 2015

Water samples taken in Clemson were found to be safe, and the city has announced that a boil water advisory has been lifted—effective 5 p-m this past Saturday.  The advisory in place late last week recommended customers boil water before use on Essex Drive, Cochran Road, Boggs Street, Elm Street, Clemson Street, and Calhoun Street.…

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Newry church service disrupted

July 20, 2015

A week ago last night a man interrupted a church service at Newry.  These many days later the incident remains unsettling to those in the religious community and points up need for churches to do what they can to ensure that those who attend services are safe.  On the night of Sunday, July 12, according…

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Seneca gets help with intersection re-make

July 17, 2015

Last summer a DOT-authorized contractor repaved 123 through Seneca’s East End intersection.  But that doesn’t go far enough to satisfy city officials, concerned about with traffic numbers and safety to the traveling public.  Officials of the government service agency South Carolina “A-COG” are assisting Seneca to compile an application for funds to address the intersection…

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Calendar

  • July 28, 2015 3:00 pmCrossgate Church Bible Boot Camp
  • July 31, 2015 5:00 pmChristmas in July to support Heath's Haven
  • July 31, 2015 8:00 pmSummer Square Dancing at Oconee State Park
  • August 2, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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