Positive gain of $1M for OMC

March 25, 2014

Financially-troubled Oconee Medical Center took in one million dollars more than it spent during February, but its financial officer cautioned against the notion that happy days are here again. Kevin Herbert’s report to the hospital board reflected one-time payments from the federal government for implementing electronic medical records. And Herbert stressed the words one-time. Because…

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Cain and Inabinett at forum

March 25, 2014

The two hopefuls for Seat Three, Oconee County Council took part in a League of Women Voters forum—eight days before special primary day April 1. And Andy Inabinett raised the question as to why his opponent, Paul Cain, would accept three, $1 thousand dollar contributions from Columbia-based political action committees. Inabinet said last night, “I…

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The ACA: fair game for two get togethers

March 24, 2014

The Affordable Care Act will be fair game during a pair of meetings this week in Seneca and Clemson. Tomorrow night the League of Women Voters will hold a panel discussion covering various aspects of the health care law, including an overview of the insurance policies available in the area. Reba Cartee will represent Oconee…

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CU bike survey shows women and helmets are scarce

March 24, 2014

More men than women shift gears at Clemson University. According to a report on bike ridership and walking, nearly 80 percent of the bicyclists riding to and from campus are males. The Clemson Bicycle and Pedestrian 2013 Count Report helps leaders consider the opportunities to support the use of alternative modes of transportation on the…

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CATbus Red Route permanent change

March 24, 2014

A bus route change affecting service at Clemson. Starting today, the CATbus Red Route will no longer operate on the section of Old Central Road—between Calhoun Street and Lindsay Road. According to the city of Clemson, it’s a permanent change because of situations beyond the city’s control.

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Voluntary retirement offered

March 24, 2014

Voluntary retirement offers are being made to Oconee Medical Center employees who qualify, but a hospital spokesman says this is nothing new. Hunter Kome, chief operating officer, said today, “We are offering voluntary exit right now as an expense reduction measure. We typically offer it three or four times per year. The census (patient number)…

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