Worker’s dismissal leads to police case

December 9, 2013

A 56-year old man in Seneca is accused of kicking and using a stick, possibly a small baseball bat, to beat a co-worker who dismissed him from his job. The police say in the incident the victim was thrown from a loading dock and lost consciousness. The police yesterday arrested Donald Paul Gentile and charged…

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MONDAY SPORTS: Bowl destinations; NFL week 14; Kobe returns to hardwood

December 9, 2013

The Vizio BCS National Championship game is set. Top-ranked Florida State from the ACC will face off against #2 Auburn from the SEC on January 6 in Pasadena, California. The Clemson Tigers are headed to its second BCS bowl. The Tigers will face Ohio State in the Discover Orange Bowl on January 3 in Miami.…

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OC factory to make upgrade

December 9, 2013

A $5 million investment is being announced today to upgrade the Ulbrich Precision Flat Wire plant near Westminster. The Westminster Highway operation makes precision flat and fine wire products, along with a special ribbon in the manufacture of solar modules. And the Westminster plant also operates a focus factory dedicated to the research development of…

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For a second time, fire damages Utica home

December 9, 2013

Fire fighters say they quickly put a stop to a fire yesterday at a home near Seneca without anyone having been hurt. But it was the second time since Thanksgiving that fire fighters have found themselves faced by a fire at that same Utica address. Once again, according to Oconee Deputy Fire Chief Grahl Haney…

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Graham to enroll in Obamacare SC

December 9, 2013

U-S Senator Lindsey Graham will enroll in Obamacare’s South Carolina health care exchange and forego the special taxpayer subsidy available to members of Congress. “I don’t think Members of Congress should get a special deal,” Graham said in a statement from Washington. “Obamacare is being pushed on the American people and we should live under…

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Volunteers flock to Lake Jocassee

December 9, 2013

On a windy, chilly morning volunteers filled 47 bags with trash found in Oconee County’s Lake Jocassee. Brooks Wade, who helped coordinate the effort, said it was an impressive load of debris—including a 15-gallon garbage can, a five gallon bucket, a car bumper, a pontoon boat door, a piece of guardrail and a table.

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