Demolition of old house approved

May 30, 2013

The current owner of a Seneca house that dates back to the late 1800s will be permitted to demolish the structure, but a city regulatory board will require an area sought for parking to be left as green space. The Board of Architectural Review Tuesday night approved a certificate of appropriateness for the Seneca Presbyterian…

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Workman makes presentation tonight

May 30, 2013

Developer Neal Workman makes a presentation tonight during the annual membership meeting and awards dinner of the Greater Walhalla Area Chamber of Commerce. The presentation by Workman, chairman of Trehel Corporation, is titled, “Community Vibrancy…It Requires Choices.” The dinner takes place at 6 at the Walhalla Civic Auditorium.

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Pickens County man sent to prison

May 29, 2013

The Greenville-Pickens solicitor today announced that a judge has sent a Pickens County man to prison for 12 years after being convicted of committing or attempting lewd act on a child. The sentence was handed down to Edgar Bartholmen Merrifield. According to Solicitor Walt Wilkins, evidence presented by assistant solicitor Jenny Barwick established that Merrifield…

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Hearings to address future passenger rail

May 29, 2013

Three public hearings take place next week in the Carolinas and Georgia to gather public opinion for the development of a passenger rail corridor plan for new service between Atlanta and Charlotte. One of those hearings takes place in the Greenville area—-from 4 to 7 p-m Wednesday, June 5 in Greer at 301 E. Poinsett…

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Library projects rate a 40

May 29, 2013

The package of library improvements countywide have rated 40.1%, according to a ranking assigned today by the Oconee Capital Project Advisory Committee. Based on a scale of one-to-one-hundred, 40 sounds low—but not actually, in the opinion of committee chairman Paul Corbeil and fellow committee member Scott Moulder, county administrator. Moulder said the scoring is based…

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8,300 tickets sold!

May 29, 2013

The count is not final. But City Administrator Greg Dietterick says at least 8,300 tickets were sold for the Charlie Daniels concert Saturday night in Seneca. Tickets were priced at $5 dollars for the concert portions of Seneca’s 2013 Memorial Day celebration at Gignilliat Field.  

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Calendar

  • October 1, 2014Oconee County Humane Society Fundraiser
  • October 3, 2014 10:30 amLeTourneau-WABCO Employee Reunuion
  • October 3, 2014 3:00 pmBenefit for Phillip Brucke
  • October 4, 2014 6:00 pmOle Country Church Singing
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