Plaintiff’s lawyer: “We just have been treated correctly”

October 7, 2014

A jury in the Oconee Common Pleas Court received an outline of a complicated case in which each of three parties has a claim against another. And the jury this morning is ready to hear testimony from the first witness in the case of Plateau Excavation against Oconee County and the county airport’s former engineering…

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Arrest made in Utica shooting

October 7, 2014

A 20-year old Seneca man turned himself over to authorities yesterday to face multiple charges arising from a weekend shooting in the Utica community. No one was hurt Saturday morning at a home on Jameson Avenue but, according to Oconee Sheriff’s Office, four people, including two children, were inside the home. Warrants charge Travis Javon…

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Jury picked for civil trial

October 6, 2014

An Oconee County jury has been directed to report back for duty at 3:30 this afternoon for lawyers’ opening statements in a civil trial that may take two weeks. The jury will hear the case of Plateau Excavation against Oconee County and Talbert-Bright, the county’s former airport consultant. It’s a dispute that arose over what…

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An update from the 3rd Congressional District

October 6, 2014

An update from national government will be provided this week to an Oconee County audience. Congressman Jeff Duncan is the featured speaker for the October business forum of the Oconee Economic Alliance, and the public is invited. It’ll be held at 8 o’clock Thursday morning at Thrift Development on the Bountyland Road near Seneca. Duncan…

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Crime Stoppers offers reward

October 6, 2014

Cases of burglary and theft near Seneca last month remain under investigation by the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, and you can qualify for a cash reward if you can provide information that’ll break the case. A TV set and about $300 dollars in change was taken September 5 at 550 Keowee Trail. That was followed almost…

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One-year old hotel boosts city tax fund

October 6, 2014

A one-year old hotel in Seneca has helped raise a city fund used to promote tourism and events. Seneca’s newsletter quotes Joel Seavey, finance officer and clerk-treasurer, as saying, “In the first year of the Hampton Inn, the city’s ATAX has increased by 150%. Each month, hotels like the Hampton Inn, pay 1.5% of their…

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