Lodge makes donation to shelter fund

August 9, 2013

With gratitude, Sheriff Mike Crenshaw has accepted a new contribution to the fund to pay for Oconee’s first shelter to protect individuals from domestic violence. The Woodman of the World Lodge of Oconee made a $1 thousand donation, and Crenshaw promised he’ll deliver the donation to Safe Harbor. Woodman of the World is a fraternal…

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A week of in jail and out of jail

August 9, 2013

For one Oconee man, it has been a week of in jail, out of jail, and back in jail. Sheriff’s officers report Leamon Grant Phillips, 62, of Loop Road, Westminster was arrested on two occasions this week—charged with shoplifting and obtaining goods under false pretense. By early afternoon yesterday, according to the Sheriff’s Office, Phillips…

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Dam operators urged to prepare for storms

August 9, 2013

Owners and operators of reservoirs across South Carolina should check their dams immediately and during the next several days for possible problems caused by heavy rainfall. “Owners who have the ability to lower their reservoir’s water level should safely do so to provide additional storage for the anticipated rainfall,” said John Poole with DHEC’s dam…

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Children Injured In Thursday Wreck

August 8, 2013

Two children on Thursday were ejected from a Ford Expedition that went off Seneca’s Perkins Creek Road and down an embankment. The police believe the injuries are not life threatening. The crash took down a telephone pole and forced the temporary closing of the road near Madison Point home development.

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’63 March on Washington to be remembered in Seneca

August 8, 2013

The march credited with helping pass the Civil Rights and Voting Rights acts of the 1960s will be commemorated this month by the Oconee Public Library. A program to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington takes place 6:30 p-m Tuesday, August 27 at the Seneca Library. Gail Johnson, a Seneca woman who…

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The cry against cuts in state aid heard at Hilton Head

August 8, 2013

Back from a conference of the South Carolina Association of Counties, an Oconee County councilman says the hue and cry over reduced state aid to local government was heard during this summer’s meeting at Hilton Head Island. Paul Corbeil, the District One county councilman, said from conference sessions he picked up information valuable to the…

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  • October 31, 2014Faith Baptist Church's Fall Festival
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