Ron Rash returns to Tech for reading

October 31, 2013

Ron Rash says he’s looking forward to connecting with former colleagues and students when he visits Tri-County Technical College next week for a book reading. Until 2003, Rash taught English at Tech. He’s now known as an award-winning poet and novelist whose novel, “Serena”, has been made into a major motion picture to be released…

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Cars collide under Seneca traffic lights

October 31, 2013

A late afternoon car crash in downtown Seneca sent one driver to the hospital with what the police described as non life-threatening injuries. Lt. Robert Tribble said yesterday’s accident at 4:30 occurred within the E.N. 1st and Walnut intersection, involving two cars. According to Tribble, the driver of the Dodge received a ticket charging dis-regarding…

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A Seneca-Oconee partnership

October 31, 2013

Sometimes two is better than one! The Seneca city administrator, Greg Dietterick, has a place on the agenda for next week’s meeting of Oconee County Council. Dietterick is being granted 10 minutes to address the council on the topic of a partnership between his city and the county. County Council’s meeting takes place Tuesday at…

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Junior Beta Club’s membership exceeds 100!

October 31, 2013
Junior Beta Club’s membership exceeds 100!

 The recent induction of 80 Walhalla Middle School students as members of their school’s Junior Beta Club has boosted the club’s membership past the 100 mark. The latest inductees—7th and 8th graders—joined the club during an October 15 ceremony, in which Walhalla High student Carson Brewer served as guest speaker. Carson is a former club…

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“Expert” witness on the stand

October 31, 2013

An engineer from Westminster settled into the witness chair at 3:25 yesterday afternoon in the Oconee Common Pleas Court. And it’s from there that Derek Hodgin’s testimony will likely continue until some time today. As a forensic engineer, Hodgin and his company specialize in investigations of building problems. In this instance, he has been retained…

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Trial to be recessed early for “trick or treating”

October 31, 2013

Oconee Common Pleas Court Judge Alex Macaulay has announced the jury in the civil trial over the quality of work done at a townhouse project on Lake Keowee will get to go home early today—to get ready for trick or treating tonight. The Walhalla Police Department will offer a safe way tonight for trick or…

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  • December 20, 2014 6:00 pmMountain Rest Community Club's Monthly Meeting
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