Bridge repairs completed, traffic back to normal

October 5, 2013

Oconee County has announced the finish of repair work to the bridge on Cobb Bridge Road at the Chauga River near Westminster. Mack Kelley, county engineer, says traffic and use of the road and bridge can return to normal.

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Suspect arrested in heat pump theft

October 5, 2013

No electric power at a church near Seneca led to the discovery that a heat pump had been stolen. In an Oconee Sheriff’s Office investigation the charge of  grand larceny was placed against Jason Lee Trammell, 28 years old. Trammell was jailed Friday afternoon, and the Sheriff’s Office announced a warrant against the Bountyland Community…

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Filming on Ram Cat Alley Monday

October 4, 2013

This Story from WSNW Radio’s Chad Dorsett Filming began this week in Oconee County on the feature film ‘Elbow Grease’. This romantic comedy set in a small town began shooting throughout Oconee County on September 30th and on Monday, October 7th Ram Cat Alley in downtown Seneca will be the backdrop for a street festival…

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Spartanburg Based Bank to Open Seneca Branch

October 4, 2013

Seneca is the location for the newest expansion of Carolina Alliance Bank. The Spartanburg Based community bank has received regulatory approval for a branch office located at 135 Eagles News Drive, Suite K in Seneca. The office expected to be opened during the fourth quarter of the year. John Poole, Carolina Alliance President says, “This…

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FRIDAY SPORTS: HS Football tonight; Clowney misses practice; Clemson heads north

October 4, 2013

*Another night of Golden Corner High School Football is on tap Friday evening. WGOG will broadcast from Warrior Field in Westminster, as West-Oak plays host to Belton-Honea Path in Western AAA play. Our coverage begins with the Northland Communications Pre-game Show from Westminster at 7:00 PM. Kick off is set for 7:30 PM. Elsewhere Friday…

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Good News for Leaf-Lookers

October 4, 2013

The summer’s drenching rains which swelled creeks and rivers across the area will most likely contribute to an extended leaf-looking season in the Southern Appalachians. That’s the prediction of Donald’s Hagan, Clemson University Forest Ecologist. Hagan says the wet soil means that trees should hold their leaves longer and fall colors will unfold more slowly.…

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  • December 20, 2014 6:00 pmMountain Rest Community Club's Monthly Meeting
  • December 20, 2014 7:00 pm35th Old Fashion Christmas Pageant
  • December 21, 2014 10:30 amWelcome Wesleyan Church Holiday Meal Giveaway
  • December 21, 2014 6:00 pmChristmas Eve Worship
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