On the deadline eve, two Seneca filers

January 16, 2014

Two men have signed up as candidates for the Seneca City Council election—with less than a day of qualifying still open. The candidacies today by Stuart Pohl and Robert Holbrooks make it a six-candidate field, so far, for four seats. All four incumbents—Scott Durham, Ernest Riley, Joel Ward and Andrea Alewine—are running again.  

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Senate changes in guns-in-bars and restaurants

January 16, 2014

The South Carolina Senate today approved House changes in the bill that would allow people with concealed weapon permits to take firearms into bars and restaurants. And, on the question, Senator Thomas Alexander voted with the majority. Details on the bill and Alexander’s position can be heard today on 96.3/WGOG NEWS.  

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Bus prediction: “Relatively soon”

January 16, 2014

A meeting today produced the expectation that the eventual start of electric bus passenger service for the Seneca area will arrive “relatively soon”—in the words of the city’s Ed Halbig. “Buses and chargers seem to be all operating in good order. The recommendation at this point is to continue another week of ‘shadowing’ service,” the…

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THURSDAY SPORTS: Clemson wins second straight ACC road game

January 16, 2014

With the game tied at 49, Clemson outscored Virginia Tech by a score of 7-0 over the final two minutes to earn its second straight ACC road victory by a 56-49 margin Wednesday night. The Tigers moved to 12-4 overall and 3-1 in the ACC. It’s only the 11th time in school history the Tigers…

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A 5th candidate emerges

January 16, 2014

Word from Oconee Voter Registration and Elections is that a fifth candidate emerged this morning to run for a seat March 11 on Seneca City Council. He’s Stuart Pohl, Shorecrest Drive resident and Ramcat Alley bar and restaurant operator.

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Could there be a return of passenger rail?

January 16, 2014

It may be little more than a pipe dream, but West Union leaders would like their town to be counted in when it comes to the idea of bringing back passenger rail service. In days of old, you could hop a train in Walhalla and ride it all the way to Anderson…and back. There’s an…

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