Flood warning extended to midnight

July 22, 2013
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National Weather Service extended last night’s flood warning until the mid night hour. Once again, it was a July evening in which lots of rain hit the pavements and soaked the ground. Oconee County Dispatch reported the usual numbers of downed trees and, in last night’s instance, flooding along the Shiloh Road near Seneca.

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Twelve Year-Old From Aiken Wins WGOG Singing Competition

July 20, 2013
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Twelve year-old Allison Skipper, a student at Kennedy Middle School in Aiken, South Carolina, was crowned the winner Saturday night of 96.3 WGOG’s 11th-annual Texaco Country Showdown. The event was held at the Gignilliat Center in Seneca. Skipper told WGOG’s Kris Butts she started singing at age 4, and lists superstar Carrie Underwood among her…

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A case of suspected arson!

July 19, 2013
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The fire that heavily damaged a home near Westminster during the 5 o’clock hour this morning is under investigation as a case of arson, according to Jimmy Watt. The spokesman for the Oconee Sheriff’s Office says investigators this afternoon are following leads.  The fire occurred on the Cleveland Pike Road.

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CU’s new budget is approved

July 19, 2013
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Clemson University trustees have arrived at a new budget for the school year 2013-14. To reflect an approximate 5.5%, or $47 million increase in operational money, Clemson, in part, can thank a $7.5 million dollar increase in state appropriations. Trustee David Wilkins of Greenville was re-elected to serve a third, two-year term as board chairman.

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The “Y” gets a new front person

July 19, 2013
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Former Congressional worker to take on the job of establishing the first Oconee County YMCA. The job of “Y Executive Director goes to Daryl Broome, who served as an aide during Gresham Barrett’s time as South Carolina Third District Congressman. Broome succeeds Anna Connelly, who resigned to take a job elsewhere.

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Valuable painting stolen

July 19, 2013
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A five-thousand dollar value has been placed on a painting stolen from the Anderson Art Center at 110 Federal Street. The theft, believed to have occurred during an April show, was only recently discovered. A description of the painting was not immediately available. Anyone with information about what happened should call Anderson Area Crimestopps at…

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