Scott presses for answers

June 13, 2014

Senator Tim Scott wrote a letter yesterday to Sloan Gibson, acting Veterans Affairs Secretary, for answers about backlogs, official waiting lists and what the South Carolina Republican called secret waiting lists or unauthorized lists at 13 V-A facilities in South Carolina. Scott announced the letter after a series of listening sessions and office hours where…

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Delegation calls meeting!

June 13, 2014

State Representative Bill Sandifer, chairman of the Oconee Legislative Delegation, has announced a joint meeting of the state lawmakers and the Oconee County Council—for the purpose of open dialogue between the two political bodies. The meeting takes place 7:30 Monday night, June 30 at Seneca’s Gignilliat Center. No agenda has been established. The meeting is…

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McCall foresees power shift

June 12, 2014

Wayne McCall foresees in the election of two new Oconee County Council members a change in power. And the District Two councilman is pleased, as evidenced during this afternoon’s interview with 96.3/WGOG NEWS. In his time on council, McCall frequently has embraced and reveled in the role of a maverick. That could change, starting in…

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Workman allegedly breaks into home near Walhalla

June 12, 2014
Workman allegedly breaks into home near Walhalla

  A man doing work at a home near Walhalla while the family was on vacation has been arrested and charged with breaking into that home and stealing. Law enforcement reports today identify the man arrested as James Anthony Reed. Two addresses are listed for the 23-year old Reed: Allen Street, Seneca and Redland Ranch Road…

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Nuclear power researcher bookends year with honors

June 12, 2014
Nuclear power researcher bookends year with honors

A Clemson University senior lecturer who helped improve the understanding of thermal hydraulics as France became a world leader in nuclear power is looking forward to fall semester after wrapping up a year bookended by two honors. Jean Marc Delhaye won a Clemson University teaching award almost exactly a year after a professional society recognized…

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Produce coupons went quickly

June 12, 2014

Five-hundred coupons, each worth $25 worth of produce, went quickly this week at the Oconee United Way in Seneca. This summer’s supply of coupons was exhausted by the first hour of the second day of the hand-outs. And while those coupons are now in the hands of deserving senior citizens, the United Way is hopeful…

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Calendar

  • March 6, 2015Silver Dollar Concert
  • March 6, 2015 8:00 pmAndy Cooney’s Irish Cabaret at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium
  • March 7, 2015 7:00 amThe Walhalla Lion's Club Pancake Breakfast
  • March 11, 2015 7:00 pmUnited Assembly of God Celebrate Recovery
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