Bob the Orangutan to leave Greenville for Oregon

November 24, 2014

One of three orangutans from Borneo kept at the Greenville Zoo will leave next week for a new home out west. The Greenville Zoo will say good bye to Bob the Orangutan Wednesday, December 3 as he will be moved to the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon where he’s to be introduced to a female…

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Anderson native serves with Navy squadron

November 24, 2014

Anderson native John Bailey is serving with Patrol Squadron Sixteen, known as the “War Eagles.” Bailey is a navy lieutenant and a 2004 T-L Hanna High School graduate. He’s an officer with a squadron based at Jacksonville which operates the Navy’s newly-designed maritime patrol aircraft, the P-8A Poseidon. And, he says, he’s proud of the…

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Soggy Sunday!

November 24, 2014

A soggy Sunday in Oconee County. The rain count for Walhalla alone yesterday was 2.15.” Add an approximate tenth-of-inch Saturday and the weekend approached 2.25”, according to the records kept by Barbara Wilson, the official U-S Weather Observer in Walhalla.

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School food drive surpasses last year’s

November 24, 2014
School food drive surpasses last year’s

 The annual food drive at Keowee Elementary, hosted by the Service Learning Club, exceeded last year’s. Finishing on Friday, November 14, students collected 1,532 food items and $152 dollars cash to be donated to the food pantry operated by Walhalla’s St. Luke United Methodist Church. Service Learning Club members and their parents helped pack boxes…

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History buffs to converge on Seneca

November 24, 2014

For a conference next spring, South Carolina history buffs will converge on Seneca. And the city’s museums director says he will be ready for them. Dr. John Martin, director and curator of the Lunney Museum, is announcing plans for the 2014 South Carolina Landmark Conference to take place in Seneca April 9-11. About 150 historians…

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Seneca man wins South Carolina Lottery game

November 24, 2014

A Seneca man’s symptoms of winning at the Lottery last week included weak knees, perspiration, and an inability to concentrate. The South Carolina Education Lottery quoted the man as warning customers in the Countryside Exxon in Crossroads community, “I think I’m about to have a heart attack.” The winner, who was not identified by name,…

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  • May 5, 2015 7:00 pmOle Fashion Revival w/Rev. Tully Griggs (Alto, GA)
  • May 7, 2015Stephens Co. Special Olympics Spring Track & Field Event
  • May 8, 2015 6:30 pmFriends of Pickens Co. Guardian ad Litem Casino Night
  • May 10, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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