Distracted driving law signs to be posted

April 23, 2014

In the week since a no distracted driving law took effect in the un-incorporated areas of Oconee County, sheriff’s officers have yet to stop someone for violating the law requiring hands-free cellular devices. But that, according to Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, is by design. Crenshaw is insisting that before any of his officers make cases, they…

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ONS projects to be highlighted at meeting

April 23, 2014

Everyone has an invitation tomorrow night to hear Scott Batson, site vice president at the Oconee Nuclear Station, talk about the latest on major projects underway at the nuclear plant. Batson will speak at 6:30 at the World of Energy in a meeting arranged by FOLKS—Friends of Lake Keowee Society. You can enjoy refreshments and…

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Capt. Underwood “Office of the Year”

April 23, 2014

The road patrol captain in the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, Jeff Underwood, is the county’s Officer of the Year.” Underwood was so awarded this week during the Ninth Annual Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens Law Enforcement Appreciation Banquet. Sheriff Mike Crenshaw praised Underwood for departing from conventional thinking to accomplish goals and tasks. The officer was recognized…

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Tech governing board elects officers

April 23, 2014

The governing board for Tri-County Technical College has in place a new slate of officers for the year 2014. At the head of the table is Anderson resident Leon “Butch” Harris III who was elected chairman. Harris, an Anderson County representative on the Tech commission, is project manager for new business growth at Koyo Bearings,…

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Motorist charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol

April 23, 2014

Road patrol operations by the Oconee Sheriff’s Office netted the arrests of a driver and his passenger—one of whom was charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol. Jackie Lee Webb Jr., 26, of Mitchell Drive, Seneca was charged with the gun offense as well as traffic charges including driving under suspension. Webb’s passenger, 28-year old…

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Judge: “Evidence was compelling”

April 22, 2014

An Oconee jury returned quick verdicts this afternoon against a young man arrested in a drug store burglary near Seneca. The verdicts were guilty to the charges of burglary second degree and theft of a controlled substance. And the judge’s sentence sends Josh Toney to prison for 18 months. Toney is 32 years old. The…

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