Graham and 98 other senators “have Israel’s back”

May 23, 2013

The U-S Senate in a vote 99-0 vote passed a resolution to support Israel, in the face of what’s perceived as a nuclear threat by Israel’s Mideast neighbor Iran. And Senator Lindsey Graham, on the Senate floor, says the action is a bi-partisan agreement—rare for these times of politics. Excerpts of Graham’s comments are being…

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The roar of a train to a library setting

May 23, 2013

Does the rumble of a passing train destroy needed concentration to read a good book or complete a computer process at Seneca’s public library? Depends who you talk to? County Councilman Paul Corbeil yesterday raised a concern about the library board’s preferred location for a new Seneca library because the 4.3 acres border Norfolk-Southern Railroad…

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K-T re-licensing open house draws large crowd

May 23, 2013

An open house for the project to re-license Duke Energy’s Keowee-Toxaway project drew a large crowd as the time draws nearer for a stakeholders’ team to sign an agreement in principle. Eventually, the process leads to a formal application by Duke Energy for a new, 40-year license from the federal government. One stakeholder, Bob Swank…

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Murder defendant’s death

May 23, 2013

Members of the 10th Circuit Solicitor’s Office have confirmed the death of Oconee County murder defendant Nicholas Bonelli. They say word was received earlier this week of the death of Bonelli, the elderly man arrested and charged with the murders of two women. The cases were moved removed from the General Sessions Court in April…

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Autopsy results awaited

May 22, 2013

The State Department of Corrections awaits autopsy results this afternoon in the death of a former Oconeean on death row. Kenneth Justus was 44 years old, according to DOC spokesman Clark Newsom. And it’s routine, Newsom said, to involve the state police and medical professionals any time a prisoner dies. Originally, Justus was sent to…

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Columbia’s “hot issue” is state budget

May 22, 2013

State lawmakers continue to work toward the passage of a new state budget. This afternoon Senator Thomas Alexander said amendments, such as on road funding, are standing in the way at this time. Resolved yesterday was a decision on whether the state accepts more than 300 thousand lower-income residents lacking health insurance. The Oconee-Pickens Republican…

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  • October 3, 2014 10:30 amLeTourneau-WABCO Employee Reunuion
  • October 3, 2014 3:00 pmBenefit for Phillip Brucke
  • October 5, 2014 11:00 amHarvey, Foster, Smith Broome Reunion
  • October 11, 2014Oakway High School Classes of 1964 & 1965 Reunion
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