Hotel gets variance from zoning law

November 22, 2013

The members of a Seneca appeals board were in a forgiving mood last night when it came to a mistake of a few feet in the calculations for a sign to advertise the city’s new Hampton Inn and Suites. At question was a small free-standing sign along E.N. 1st Street. Hampton Inn and Suites requested…

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Faires: “We’re going to think of something else”

November 22, 2013

A committee of Seneca officials and Adams subdivision residents had trouble last night deciding a name for their group, but they had no trouble coming up with ideas for an alternate use of the property for which the city has contracted to build a utilities complex. At the start last night, utilities superintendent Bob Faires…

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New names indicator of worsening problem?

November 21, 2013

Some of the names on the roll of those being arrested in Seneca’s current drug roundup are new to the police. So, is that a sign pointing to worsening drug problem in the area. Not necessarily, in the opinion of Chief John Covington. “I cannot attribute this ‘in whole’ to a worsening drug problem; however,…

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Oconee couple married on that grey weekend 50 years ago

November 21, 2013

An Oconee couple celebrates 50 years of marriage this weekend. Their wedding took place on the day of the murder of President Kennedy’s alleged assassin. And Lois and Lou Hansen were at work at their jobs in Washington two days earlier when word from Dallas came of the Kennedy assassination. Horrifying as the events were,…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Clemson opens play in Charleston Classic; Lady Gamecocks win; Bobcats, Hawks win

November 21, 2013

The Clemson men’s basketball team is back in action Thursday night, taking on Temple as part of first round play in the Charleston Classic. The winner of Thursday’s game takes on the winner of Davidson vs. Georgia in the second round on Friday. ______________________________________________________________________________ Clemson’s women’s basketball team fell to #19 South Carolina, 68-43 at…

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Lucas: AG opinion no applicability to OSD

November 21, 2013

Dr. Mike Lucas, Oconee Superintendent of Education, said today a legal opinion sent last week for the state Department of Education means no changes for the Oconee School District—when it comes to high school diplomas. Dr. Mick Zais, state superintendent, requested of the Attorney’s General office an opinion on whether school districts may issue their…

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