Skipp succeeds Adams

May 1, 2013
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Oconee Republicans have reorganized for 2013, and they have new a new chairman and a new vice-chairman. Bob Skipp succeeded Eddie Adams, who stepped down as chairman. Bill Jerome is the new vice chairman. New chairman Skipp embraces the conservative philosophy and claims to be an original Tea Party organizer. In a 96.3/WGOG NEWS interview,…

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Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program

April 30, 2013
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The United Way of Oconee, partnering with the state DSS, will issue free coupons to low income adults 60 and older that may be used to buy fresh produce at local participating farmers’ markets. Each eligible person will receive $35 worth of coupons that may be used from June through October 15. They’ll be issued…

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Fire in restaurant kitchen

April 30, 2013
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Employees at a lakeside restaurant near Seneca this morning used extinguishers to put out a kitchen fire. The 9-1-1 call received from the Seneca Fire Department reported a gas leak at the Tikki Hut preceded the fire. It occurred as the restaurant was preparing today’s lunch, and two of the employees required medical attention—one for…

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Drug arrest made in Seneca

April 30, 2013
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A 55-year old man was arrested yesterday at a Seneca business—an arrest made by both city and county officers. According to an announcement by the Oconee Sheriff’s Department, Joseph Michael West of West North Second Street, Seneca was arrested at Yesterday’s, a West North First Street business, and warrants were served also at West’s home.…

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High School Notes: Seneca softball one step closer to District 1 title

April 30, 2013
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In high school sports on Monday, Seneca’s softball team earned a playoff win over Blue Ridge by a 7-6 score, thanks to a walk off RBI single in the 8th inning from Britton Young. The win puts Seneca in good shape as they need only one win now to capture the District I championship. The…

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Solid waste bill concerns

April 30, 2013
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Oconee County leaders are worried that legislation before the South Carolina General Assembly could take away their authority to keep out of state solid waste from being stored in their county. It’s a bill supported by the State Chamber of Commerce and opposed by the South Carolina Association of Counties. According to Charles Edens, president…

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