“No go” for recovery operations today

July 5, 2013

A small crew worked yesterday on the recovery of Thomas Hill, a resident of Tampa, Fla., from the Chattooga River. However, water levels on the river were still too high for a full operation that includes in-water or on-water operations on the river itself. The Incident Command Team just made a decision to temporarily suspend…

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Lady Liberty reopens on America’s Birthday

July 4, 2013
Lady Liberty reopens on America’s Birthday

The Statue of Liberty, closed since the destruction wrought by Hurricane Sandy, is reopening to the public this Fourth of July. The U.S. Parks Department was expecting a large crowd for the holiday and ribbon-cutting ceremony at Liberty Island with federal officials and Mayor Michael Boomberg. The first boats left from Manhattan and New Jersey…

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Westminster Team Headed To Lowcountry

July 4, 2013

A “coaches-pitch” 8-and-under boys team from Westminster has advanced to this weekend’s State Championhip round in Georgetown. The team numbers 12 players and Steven Stancil serves as Head Coach. The Westminster entry will see its first action in the 12-team field at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon.

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Chattooga Search On Hold

July 4, 2013
Chattooga Search On Hold

The heavy rains again today have postponed recovery efforts on the Chattooga River.  The river’s flows are above 2 feet and the rain continues to fall.  The Incident Command Team met yesterday morning to re-evaluate the ongoing operations and because of the uncertainty of the river flows and the weather, efforts will be on hold…

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UPDATED-Rain affects some July 4th Celebrations-Salem event moved

July 4, 2013
UPDATED-Rain affects some July 4th Celebrations-Salem event moved

The City of Seneca will begin its July 4th celebration at 4 pm this afternoon.  The City of Seneca celebration will be at GiginilliatPark and will offer bounce houses for the kids, Groove Planet, Jamie Wright Experience, the Tams and a grand fireworks display at 9:15 tonight. The rain has put a damper on a…

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Heavy Rains Expected For July 4th

July 3, 2013

The National Weather Service at the Greenville/Spartanburg International Airport has extended its Flash Flood Watch into Thursday evening, something that may hamper Independence Day plans for those in the Golden Corner. Heavy rain is forecast for the Walhalla/Westminster/Seneca area Wednesday night into Thursday night and will remain a possibility into Friday. The storms within the…

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