Jury deliberations may start at mid day

September 3, 2013

If you are familiar with the line that goes “Japanese instructor who lives in Colorado who was going to eat Mexican in Oconee County”, chances are you were in the courtroom last week for testimony in the case of South Carolina versus James Bartee. The line about the Japanese martial arts teacher was used by…

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Sunday night car accident near Westminster

September 3, 2013

A Sunday night car accident near Westminster sent one person for treatment at a Greenville hospital. According to a report from Oconee Emergency Services, a medical transport helicopter flew the injured person following an accident around 9:30 on the Greenfield Road.

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Garage and home fires

September 3, 2013

A home fire that started in the kitchen sent out volunteer fire fighters last night in southern Oconee County. The fire, at 114 N. Davis Drive, occurred inside the South Union Fire District. Fire fighters were on the scene for nearly two hours, starting at 1 o’clock this morning. Earlier in the night, Keowee Department…

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Weekend Incidents

September 2, 2013

A medical helicopter flew one person from a Sunday night car accident near Westminster on the Greenfield Road. No immediate word on the condition. A Friday night fire destroyed the Coneross Creek Road home of Gary Crawford. Oconee County Emergency Services reports everyone in the home made it out safely.

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Compressed helium thought to be fire

September 2, 2013

A passerby saw what looked like smoke in the back of Mountain View Medical Imaging on Highway 123 in Seneca on Labor Day morning, but it turned out to be compressed helium from an MRI machine at the facility. Seneca Fire Chief Jan Oliver says there was no fire.

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Labor Day…A little history

September 2, 2013

As American’s celebrate Labor Day today, here’s a bit of history surrounding the holiday. Labor Day became an officially sanctioned federal holiday in the aftermath of some of the most turbulent labor unrest in the history of the United States. The first significant Labor Day parade occurred in 1882, years before city and state governments…

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