Wind Increasing and Are Power Outages

February 14, 2015

This evening’s wind is causing more than chilly temperatures. Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander says the City of Seneca is experiencing a number of outages. There are a number of traffic lights which are not functioning, at a number of major intersections. Severe winds are expected to plague the area throughout the night with wind chills…

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Friday Traffic Fatality Identified

February 14, 2015

An 87 year old Townville woman was the victim of a traffic accident Friday afternoon accident at the intersection of Highway 11 and Isbell Road in Fair Play. Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis says 87 year old Mildred M. Cox of West Pine Grove Road, Fair Play died Friday afternoon at the emergency department at…

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Call Me Mister leader keynotes luncheon

February 13, 2015

Clemson University’s Dr. Roy Jones, speaking today in Seneca, laid out the importance for the nationwide Call Me Mister program, but he also showed his audience his acumen for African-American history. Call Me Mister is about “Saving the Black Male.” Call Me Mister educates young black males and points them to careers as elementary school…

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McCall decries the vandals

February 13, 2015
McCall decries the vandals

When vandals inflicted their damage to the bathroom at the Walhalla Swimming Pool, they were spoiling some of the hard work that many volunteers and others put in to help restore the pool as the only publicly-operated municipal swim pool left in Oconee County. The damage to the men’s bathroom will run into the thousands…

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Frontier Encampment for all ages

February 13, 2015

You can travel back in time tomorrow in Oconee County, by sampling the fare at a frontier encampment. The event takes place 10 a-m to 3 p-m at the Oconee Station State Historic Site near Walhalla. There, re-enactors will show what it was like after the American Revolution when the historic Oconee Station was a…

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Something new at the Lunney!

February 13, 2015

Construction has started on the Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum, Seneca’s African-American museum. In the meantime, Seneca’s Shelby Henderson is recommending people take the time to see a new exhibit in the nearby Lunney Museum. “It’s ‘Breaking Barriers—African-Americans in Space’” she told the mayor and city council this week.

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Calendar

  • May 31, 2015 7:00 pmSpring Revival at Flat Shoals Baptist Church
  • June 2, 2015 3:00 pmWestminster Recreation Department Fall Sports Registration
  • June 3, 2015 3:00 pmWestminster Recreation Department Fall Sports Registration
  • June 4, 2015 3:00 pmWestminster Recreation Department Fall Sports Registration
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