Grant strengthens fire prevention

July 26, 2013
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One of the largest commercial property insurers has sent Oconee County a grant to bolster fire prevention. Representatives of FM Global presented $2 thousand to Shane Gibbs, assistant county fire chief. The money is to be used to help with pre-fire planning to efficiently collect and track data related to community buildings. This information is…

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Check your smoke alarm!

July 26, 2013
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Two recent children fire fatalities in Pickens County prompts the Oconee Emergency Services to urge all Oconeeans to ensure that they have working smoke alarms in their homes. Each year it is reported that more than 2,400 children age 14 or younger are injured or killed in home fires. By having a working alarm in…

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Campers show skills in talent show

July 26, 2013
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More than 40 young musicians took part in the annual Traditional Arts and Music Day Camp for Young Appalachian Musicians. Many of the campers, and camp counselors, as well, showcased their music skills at the week-long event’s finale – a talent show held July 19 at the new Pickens Downtown Amphitheater. The camp is designed…

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Seneca man arrested in credit card theft

July 26, 2013
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Clemson University police have arrested a Seneca man in an investigation of the theft of an employee’s wallet from a campus office. Richard Clayton Sr. was charged Tuesday with three counts of felony financial transaction card theft, along with petty larceny less than $2 thousand and trespassing after notice. According to a university statement, the…

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Clearmont Road closed–except to local traffic

July 25, 2013
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A rural road near Westminster is closed while a contractor dismantles an old bridge over the railroad. A spokesman for the contractor company says the closing means only local traffic is being allowed access to the Clearmont Road—until likely tomorrow morning.   In a separate incident, an electric power pole fell on Clearmont Road and…

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Motions hearing thins out civil case

July 25, 2013
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A lengthy motion hearing yesterday in the Oconee Common Pleas Court may have succeeded in thinning out, to some extent, the parties involved in what could wind up as a two-week trial. Attorneys for defendants in the civil lawsuit Stoneledge at Lake Keowee Owners Association against IMK Development Company asked Judge Alex Macaulay to throw…

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