Transit task force moves to expand bus service

January 24, 2014
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In its first meeting, Oconee’s Transit Advisory Task Force voted to ask County Council to fund a study to implement an expansion of bus passenger service beyond Seneca and the limited un-incorporated areas now served with Clemson Area Transit routes. Last night’s meeting was only minutes old before Chairman Scott Moulder sensed a consensus of…

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Here it comes: rate increase from the USPS

January 23, 2014
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If you are a patron of the U-S Postal Service, you have until Sunday to get ready for postage rate increases. Chief among them is the cost of a first class letter moving from 46-cents to 49-cents. The Postal Service’s Harry Spratlin in Columbia says many people have offset the effects of that increase by…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Clemson releases 2014 football schedule

January 23, 2014
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The Clemson Tigers released its 2014 football schedule on Wednesday. The Tigers will open the season on August 30 at Georgia, before heading to defending National Champion Florida State on September 20. The Tigers will welcome to Death Valley this season: South Carolina State, North Carolina, NC State, Louisville, Syracuse, Georgia State, and South Carolina.…

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Dr. Howiler looks back at 10 years

January 23, 2014
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A retired doctor living in the far western Oconee County community of Madison can look back these days on ten years as part of the policy-making board of Oconee Medical Center. Dr. Bill Howiler spent eight of those years as board chairman until January 1, when OMC rules required him to vacate his seat after…

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Night time burglary leads to arrest

January 23, 2014
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A four-day investigation of a Walhalla home burglary led to the arrest yesterday of a 42-year old man. The police say Joey Lane Donald became the prime suspect on the very night that windows were broken and entry was made to a home on S. Spring Street. Curtis Rogers, assistant police chief, said North Carolina…

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For $35, Westminster to get police vehicle

January 23, 2014
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The Westminster police are about to get their hands on a used vehicle that they’ll be able to use for patrol or narcotics work, and officer Rory Jones says it’s only going to cost $35 dollars. The $35 dollars is the money that’s required as part of a trade. The police department will swap a…

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