Why Spartanburg and not Oconee?

February 21, 2014

A representative of the South Carolina Department of Commerce, speaking in Oconee County, would not directly answer a question today as to whether a Japanese company had ever considered Oconee as a location for its next global manufacturing plant. Nor would Allison Skipper say if Oconee County had even been under consideration. However, Richard Blackwell…

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Oconee Christian Academy baseball clinic

February 21, 2014

The sound of a bat hitting a baseball will soon be a common sound all over the country, and tomorrow the Oconee Christian Academy gets ready for the new season. A Triple Crown clinic takes placeĀ 9 a-m to 1 p-m on campus. Training sessions will include bunting, hitting, fielding, throwing, base running and sliding.  

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OCC 3: a two-way race

February 21, 2014

Qualifying ended at Walhalla today for the next contest aimed at filling the vacant Seneca seat on Oconee County Council. And it ended with no changes—meaning that Paul Cain and Andy Inabinet will head into a Republican special primary April 1. The nominee will head into a special May election without any other ballot opposition.…

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FRIDAY SPORTS: Season ends for Oconee basketball teams

February 21, 2014

In high school basketball playoffs on Thursday, the Greenville Red Raiders put an end to the season for Seneca’s boys with a 57-51 win. Walhalla’s boys fell on the road at Traveler’s Rest 65-53. Elsewhere the Tamassee-Salem girls saw their season come to a close with a 74-24 loss to Christ Church. The TS boy’s…

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College Goal SC tomorrow

February 21, 2014

Help is available on the Pendleton campus of Tri-County Technical College tomorrow for students and their families to fill out a free application for federal student aid. College Goal SC is set for 10 a-m to 1 p-m tomorrow in Pickens Hall, Room 140. You can get information on the first step to get federal…

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Students say stay safe, get screened early!

February 21, 2014

Two high school students in Oconee County are spreading awareness about the need for a simple test that can check for colo-rectal cancer. Morgan Fisher and Andrea White are Seneca High School students who take a Bio-Med class at the Hamilton Career Center. Their class has adopted the need for screening as a class project.…

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Calendar

  • October 24, 2014The Emerson Rose Heart Foundation’s 4th Annual Golf Tournamen
  • October 25, 2014 10:00 amCORVETTES AT TAMASSEE DAR School
  • October 25, 2014 4:00 pmWestminster First Baptist Church's Trunk or Treat
  • October 26, 2014 10:00 amMonti Vista Baptist Church's Homecoming
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