Title IX training module content under review

September 18, 2014

Clemson University has suspended an online Title IX training module to further review the content.  ”This online course, used by other universities across the country, was selected to be given to undergraduate students this summer and fall as part of a comprehensive effort to prevent sexual discrimination, harassment and assault in response to growing concerns…

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Seneca pursues annexation east of the city limit

September 18, 2014

Seneca leaders want to grow their city boundaries by 34 acres—by annexing a city owned building and related properties. In a noon hour City Hall meeting today, the city’s Facilities Corporation voted 5-0 to pursue the annexation of its Seneca Rail Site industrial building and connected property. The building and grounds there are a joint…

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Westminster area accidents

September 18, 2014

Law enforcement officers report two accidents today, both of which apparently occurred near the Westminster city limits.  In one accident a driver’s vehicle hit a utility pole on 123 in the vicinity of the Seed Farm Road.  State troopers also reported a later accident with injuries on E. Main Street and Park Avenue.

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Need a job? Check out Anderson tomorrow!

September 18, 2014

Job seekers who plan to attend tomorrow’s hiring event in Anderson can expect availabilities from at least seven employers. Employers will be present from 9 a-m to noon at Tri-County Tech’s Anderson campus at 511 Michelin Boulevard to screen applications and resumes, as well as interview those seeking work. Among the employers who’ve committed to…

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Adams: Call SC lawmakers about Local Government Fund

September 18, 2014

Seneca chef Britt Adams is a fierce critic of Oconee County government spending, but there’s one thing he’s in total agreement with the county policymakers. Adams thinks there are some members of the state legislature who are giving Oconee and other counties a raw deal. In an interview this week, Adams took up the call…

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Civil Rights pioneer Gantt speaks at Furman

September 18, 2014

Harvey Gantt, former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina and the first black student to attend Clemson, speaks tonight on the Furman University campus in Greenville. Gantt, who enrolled at Clemson in 1963, will discuss his pioneering role in desegregation during an interview with South Carolina historian Ron Cox. “An Evening with Harvey Gantt” is free…

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  • July 1, 2015 7:00 pmMountain Heart Free Concert
  • July 1, 2015 7:00 pmVBS at Church of Christ, Lavonia
  • July 3, 2015 8:00 pmSummer Square Dancing at Oconee State Park
  • July 5, 2015 7:00 pmLife Tree Cafe
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