A change in business as usual

January 4, 2013
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After last year’s embarrassment, Oconee Medical Center seeks a change affecting a democratic process in the formation of its policy-making board. A tradition of yearly hospital association membership meetings has been the election of board members, on motions by association members attending the annual meeting. But last year the hospital struggled to get make a…

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Oregon tops Kansas State 35-17 in Fiesta Bowl

January 4, 2013
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Oregon tops Kansas State 35-17 in Fiesta Bowl

Fifth-ranked Oregon defeated Number 6 Kansas State 35-17 in the Fiesta Bowl Thursday night at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona. De’Anthony Thomas caught the opening kickoff for Oregon and ran it for a 94-yard return, kicking off what turned out to be a good night for the Ducks. Thomas also had a 23-yard…

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Dietterick’s five-year crystal ball

January 4, 2013
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The city administrator in Seneca wants the mayor and council to focus on a five-year plan for the city to undertake major projects. Those projects could include a new police station and expanded space for the street department. Because the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting is light, administrator Greg Dietterick is asking the mayor and council…

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Allen Named to Kiper’s All-Rookie Team

January 4, 2013
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Allen Named to Kiper’s All-Rookie Team

Former Clemson All-America tight end Dwayne Allen has been named to NFL All-Rookie teams by ESPN analyst Mel Kiper and CBS Sports.com. Allen has 45 receptions for 521 yards and three touchdowns this year to help the Indianapolis Colts to an 11-5 record and a berth in the NFL Playoffs. Indianapolis will play at Baltimore…

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Lottery winner in Piedmont

January 4, 2013
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Lottery winner in Piedmont

The S-C Education Lottery reports a Piedmont man won $200 thousand playing the lottery the day after New Year’s Day. The winner bought a $10 Red Hot Cash ticket, outside of the VGO Mart on River Road in his home town. For selling the claimed ticket, the store gets a commission of $2 thousand.

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Banners suggested to mark MLK Way

January 4, 2013
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A main thoroughfare through Seneca soon will reflect the city’s tribute to a late civil rights leader, but not in time for the national holiday this month for his birth date. At a meeting planned January 15, Seneca’s Ed Halbig says leaders of the Oconee Chapter of the NAACP will be consulted as to whether…

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