Sunday alcohol sales in Clemson?

April 4, 2014

Like Oconeeans, Clemson residents may get the chance to approve Sunday alcohol sales in their locale. Clemson City Council Monday night awaits a report from Bill Lanham, representing a group of Clemson restaurants, about a potential public referendum on Sunday alcohol sales and consumption. In Oconee County, an ordinance setting a similar referendum for the…

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Seneca principal arrested

April 4, 2014

The police in Seneca obtained a warrant for the arrest of an elementary school principal. Major Jeremy Rothell say the warrant charges Idasa Cobb, Blue Ridge Elementary School principal, with the misdemeanor offense of “failure of certain persons to report child abuse or neglect.” Cobb, 41 years old, was booked at the Oconee Detention Center…

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Woman in Westminster arrested on cruelty to child charges

April 3, 2014

The police in Westminster have arrested a 24-year old woman as part of a 10-day investigation of a case of cruelty to children. Arrest affidavits accuse Rebecca Lynn Rogers of Sitton Mill Road, Seneca of cruelty to three children—all younger than 12 years old. The police say they started their investigation March 21 at Butler…

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Baseball bat weapon used in Seneca assault

April 3, 2014

A baseball bat is the weapon that Seneca police believe was used in the assault last night of a man at an apartment project. Major Jeremy Rothell says the police this afternoon were conducting an active investigation into what happened at the Pine Ridge apartments. The man injured was taken to a Greenville hospital for…

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OC ranks near bottom in library computer

April 3, 2014

South Carolina public libraries are equipped with more than 4,000 public computers, but Oconee’s four libraries have only 33 of them. A statewide ranking sorts library systems from the largest number of computers per capita to the smallest. And Oconee finds itself third from the bottom, with less than one-half of a computer for every…

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Votes added, order of finish unchanged

April 3, 2014

The Oconee Election Commission has certified the votes cast in this week’s special primary for Seat Three, Oconee County Council. A handful of votes were added to each candidate’s total, but the order of finish remains unchanged. It means that Andy Inabinet is now the official winner of Tuesday’s primary. This morning three votes were…

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  • September 6, 2014Calling All Christians to Unite in Prayer
  • September 7, 2014 7:00 pmOconee County Baptist Camp Meeting Under the Tent
  • September 11, 2014 9:00 amFriends of the Library Monthly Book Sale
  • September 13, 2014Calling All Christians to Unite in Prayer
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