Driver who fled checkpoint arrested

September 17, 2013
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The police in Seneca arrested a man they’ve been looking for since a middle of the night safety checkpoint last weekend at E. Main and N Cherry streets. The police began to handcuff the driver after stopping a Ford Expedition, but he ran away—with the cuffs attached to one of his wrists. The police say…

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Salvage operations continue Presbyterian Church

September 17, 2013
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Community volunteers are joining Walhalla Presbyterians today in salvage operations at the fire-damaged church at E. Main and S. Johnson streets. State Senator Thomas Alexander, who is acting as a spokesman for his church, says, “We are moving forward.” In the meantime, the investigation to pinpoint the fire cause remains open and church leaders.  Fire…

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Culvert work along rain-damaged road

September 17, 2013
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A Pickens County road damaged by this summer’s heavy rains is getting attention today from county crews. Six families live along Warbranch Road near Central. Planning and working with the homeowners, police, fire and other services, Pickens County work crews are starting a culvert project on Warbranch Road that they hope to finish in 72…

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Friday is National POW/MIA Day

September 17, 2013
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Clemson University’s Air Force ROTC and the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 120 in Seneca are among organizations drawing attention to National POW/MIA Day this Friday. Cleta Bryson of the Legion Auxiliary says her unit is dedicated to ensure that America’s prisoners of war and those missing in action are honored and not only memorialized. CU’s…

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TUESDAY SPORTS: 9/28 game times announced; Stadnik honored by SEC; Hollman by SoCon

September 17, 2013
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*The time has been set for the Clemson vs. Wake Forest football game to be played on Saturday, September 28 at Memorial Stadium in Clemson. The game, which is Homecoming for the Tigers, is set to kick off at 3:30 PM. *South Carolina and Central Florida will meet at noon ET on Saturday, September 28. The contest…

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Fish kill in Lake Hartwell

September 17, 2013
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Why were so many striped bass found floating in Lake Hartwell  September 7? The Army Corps of Engineers and the DNRs in Georgia and South Carolina investigated the scene, 2.5 miles upstream from the Hartwell Dam. Biologist Jamie Sykes found that high outflows resulting from exceptionally high rainfall dissolved oxygen levels and affected the water…

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