9-11 Day observance

September 11, 2014

Everyone is invited this morning to join the Auxiliary Unit of the Charles McGee Byrd American Legion Post in Seneca to remember and pay tribute to those who lost their lives September 11, 2001—along with those who rose in service in response to the attacks. A moment of silence is to be observed at 8:46…

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Cops sport audio-visual recorders

September 10, 2014

Federal funds are equipping Oconee sheriff’s officers with small audio-visual recorders designed to leave little doubt as to the conduct of a citizen and an officer when the two meet in an official role. And, as a sheriff’s captain described the Taser Axon flex camera recorder today to 96.3/WGOG NEWS, the truth of the encounter…

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Swim pool violations found in Clemson

September 10, 2014

State health authorities are fining the owners of three public swimming pools in Clemson and, at the same time, requiring the pool owners to come up with a plan to correct the violations.  Consent orders covering the pools at Chadsworth Common, the Ramada Inn, and the Holiday Inn Express are to be received by the…

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Nurse’s aides testify

September 10, 2014

Former nurse’s aides are testifying for the plaintiff in the Oconee civil trial in which a senior citizens’ facility is accused of abuse and neglect in the death of an 87-year old patient. Today is day two of Reynolds versus Sava Senior Care, known as Seneca Health and Rehabilitation. Kristin Lawless said her experience there…

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Star prospect sidelined; Dawgs will be without full receiving corps Saturday

September 10, 2014

*The Palmetto State’s top-rated high school football star for the recruiting class of 2015 will miss the remainder of his senior season. Defensive end Shameik Blackshear of Bluffton High School, who has already committed to play college ball at South Carolina, is out for the season after an MRI of his injured knee revealed a…

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Poachers convicted by federal jury

September 10, 2014

A federal jury this week convicted two Rabun County, Georgia men for their involvement in illegal bear hunting and related offenses. The convictions Monday in Asheville, North Carolina of Jerry Francis Parker and Walter Henry Stancil were announced by Anne Tompkins, U-S Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. The 63-year old Parker and…

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Calendar

  • 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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