Georgia man sentenced to 25 years

June 4, 2013

A 34-year old Georgia man convicted of conspiracy to traffic methamphetamine has been sent to prison for 25 years. The S-C Attorney’s General Office today announced that Antonio Emerson Tate of Lawrenceville was convicted Friday in Greenville General Sessions Court. Judge Letitia Verdin’s sentence credits time that Tate served in jail awaiting trial. According to…

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Gamecocks headed to Chapel Hill for Super Regional

June 4, 2013

Game times and dates have been announced for the 2013 NCAA Super Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. between South Carolina (42-18) and North Carolina (55-9). The super regional at Boshamer Stadium is set to begin on Friday, June 7 with first pitch at 1 p.m. and the game televised on ESPN2. Saturday’s game is scheduled…

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Area within WHS site delcared wetland

June 4, 2013

A narrow creek within the construction property for the new Walhalla High School has been declared a wetland and, as such, according to the school district’s Richard Alexander, must be protected. While the creek is small, the property surrounding it that will be allowed to remain in a natural state appears large on a site…

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Murder defendant in custody

June 4, 2013

A man wanted on the charge of murder in Anderson is in police custody. A spokesman for the Anderson police, Lt. Tony Tilley, says Curtis Tywan Fowler was placed in custody yesterday by Anderson County deputies near the 28 By-Pass. Fowler is due in court this morning to be arraigned—a procedure in which the defendant…

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Lee’s homicide is Oconee’s oldest unsolved

June 3, 2013
Lee’s homicide is Oconee’s oldest unsolved

Had Westminster area resident Marcus Lee not been found beaten to death on December 8, 1986, Lee would be 82 years old today. The unsolved homicide of Marcus “Mark” Lee is the oldest unsolved or cold case in Oconee County—26 and a half years old. On a December night, Lee was severely beaten during a…

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No student lockers for new high school

June 3, 2013

A general contractor has assured Oconee public schools it will deliver a new high school for, at the most, nearly $54.5 million, but the school district’s director of facilities and maintenance says as much as $200 thousand is being saved by eliminating some furnishings that have been a staple of American high schools. OSD’s Richard…

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  • October 3, 2014 10:30 amLeTourneau-WABCO Employee Reunuion
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