Criminal charges pile up against Seneca man

December 9, 2014

Theft charges piled up yesterday against a 38-year old Seneca man, originally arrested by the Oconee Sheriff’s Office November 5. Yesterday Carey Joe Tollison was served with one breach of trust warrant and six grand larceny warrants. Among other offenses, Tollison is accused of taking a Pace covered utility trailer, valued a $5,500, September 14…

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Pickens man arrested in Oconee car break-ins

December 9, 2014

Oconee sheriff’s officers have implicated a 30-year old Pickens man in car break-ins that occurred November 25 at two locations on the Sandifer Boulevard near Seneca. Andrew Glenn Holcombe was arrested and jailed Friday on charges of petty larceny and breaking into a motor vehicle. During one of the crimes a laptop computer, an I-phone…

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Accident blocks intersection

December 9, 2014

An accident with injuries left an intersection near Seneca temporarily blocked to thru traffic. The accident, during the 8 o’clock hour last night, occurred at 123 and Wells Highway/Sheep Farm Road. It’s the same intersection that left a couple dead in September in a five-vehicle accident.

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Separation of church and state complaint

December 9, 2014

Seneca resident Kevin Larkin says the principle of separation of church and state is being violated by Seneca High School allowing the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to sponsor a basketball tournament at the school. Larkin took his complaint last night to the Oconee County School Board. He complained that by allowing the FCA a portion…

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Audit delivered to Oconee school trustees

December 9, 2014

A financial accounting of Oconee School District activities was delivered last night to the county board of trustees. The district’s outside auditor, Don Estep, reported no problems. Estep said for the accounting year that ended June 30, the district’s records reflected a $7 million increase in its net financial position, to a total net position…

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Focusing on water and energy challenges

December 8, 2014

About 40 Clemson faculty members have a consortium to more closely examine how water and energy systems can be made more sustainable. They are banding together amid growing concerns about water scarcity and climate change. One project that has already started is generating a new form of renewable energy where rivers flow into the sea.…

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  • May 3, 2015Revival with Rev. James Petty
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