City leaders meet Eric Brown

September 24, 2014

Westminster’s newest policeman is Eric Brown. And last night Chief Dean Awalt introduced Brown to the mayor and city council. Awalt said he became familiar with Brown while the two worked for the Seneca Police Department. Brown has other law enforcement experience working for a sheriff’s office in Florida.

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Clemson University issues suspension

September 24, 2014

Clemson University officials have suspended all social and new-member initiation activities of 24 fraternities in the wake of several recent reports of violations of the law or student conduct code. “It is especially prudent to suspend fraternity activities given the tragic death of Tucker Hipps. There have been a high number of reports of serious…

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Hazing not involved, so far

September 24, 2014

Oconee Sheriff Mike Crenshaw has responded to speculation and what he calls innuendo, especially on social media, whether hazing played a part in Tucker Hipps’ death.  Crenshaw yesterday afternoon made this statement:  “So far, there has been no indication in the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office investigation that hazing played a part….Once again, the investigation is…

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Student died of head injury

September 24, 2014

The autopsy showed that Clemson student Tucker Hipps died Monday of a head injury. And Coroner Karl Addis said the head injury to the 19-year old from Piedmont was “consistent with an unsupported fall.” Addis said this about the injury: “…it is consistent with him falling from one of the spans which is approximately 20…

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Seneca High’s Bergey is a Commended Student

September 23, 2014

Seneca High student Melissa Bergey is a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. According to Principal Cliff Roberts, commended students such as Melissa placed among the top five percent of the more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship QualifyingTest in 2013. She gets…

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Preparing Walhalla for Streetscape

September 23, 2014

The Walhalla utilities superintendent, in the company of two out of towners, strolled Main Street downtown this afternoon—-interpreted as a sign of the oncoming project Streetscape. Scott Parris said a Duke Energy representative and an electrical engineer associated with the company designing Streetscape were having a look at Main Street downtown. “Right now we’re looking…

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