Oconeean pleads guilty to child porn charges

June 18, 2013
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A 42-year old Seneca man pleaded guilty today in federal court to possession of child pornography. An announcement by Bill Nettles, U-S Attorney, states that Hollis Frenchman Gray Jr. now awaits sentencing. Law enforcement searched Gray’s home June 5, 2012 and seized computers and other storage media. And, according to the government, a forensic exam…

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Power line down on the Shiloh Road

June 18, 2013
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Fire fighters late this morning have responded to an electric power line down on the Shiloh Road near Seneca.

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All certified officers to get “DOK” kits

June 18, 2013
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Last weekend’s fundraiser at Fair Play succeeded and will allow the Oconee Sheriff’s Office to equip its 85 sworn officers with kits that contain a tourniquet. More than 21-hundred dollars was raised Saturday in the parking lot of a restaurant at highway 11 and I-85. Contributing to the barbeque plate sales and the like were…

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In spite of rain, events for Marines continue

June 18, 2013
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Organizers of events for the visiting Marines are keeping their eyes on Oconee County weather—especially tonight’s Veterans Appreciation Family Night at Seneca’s Gignilliat Field. “We had a beautiful day to welcome the Marines into the Upstate area with crowds lining the streets and waving flags and a beautiful evening picnic with no rain last night,…

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Westminster leaders consider the future

June 18, 2013
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Westminster leaders met in executive session last night to begin to think about what’s after the eventual departure of their city administrator. No action was taken after what ran as long as an approximate one-hour meeting. City Administrator David Smith tells 96.3/WGOG NEWS he’s not planning to leave anytime soon, but it would be wise…

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Month of June gets wetter

June 18, 2013
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Searing heat last summer. But with summer approaching this year, it’s getting harder to simply dry out. The Walhalla area got hit with a hard rain overnight, adding 1.1″ to June’s running count, with the month a little more than half over. So far, Weather Observer Barbara Wilson reports, June’s rainfall is approaching 9″.

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