Why “FOLKS” held its tongue

December 13, 2012
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Two leaders of “FOLKS”—Friends of Lake Keowee—sat at the front of a recent forum on lake levels and, for the most part, sat quietly. Since the November 15 forum, they’ve been getting questions as to why the organization did not support a petition calling for no Lake Keowee water level changes. The answer, according to…

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SHS teacher to further his professional development

December 13, 2012
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SHS teacher to further his professional development

A science teacher at Seneca High School, Stephen Hudson, has been chosen as the only South Carolina teacher for a year-long professional development program. As a fellow in the New Science Academy of the National Science Teachers Association, Hudson will join 243 other teachers from across the country in a program that promotes quality science…

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Ruling has something for both sides

December 13, 2012
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A judge has handed down his ruling in a dispute between a Spartanburg television station and the city of Seneca. Tenth Circuit Judge Cordell Maddox ruled that materials sought by WSPA should be produced “with the exception,” Maddox wrote, “of those items listed in a forthcoming order.” The judge’s decision, filed yesterday in the Oconee…

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McCall to defer to Crenshaw

December 13, 2012
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What Mike wants, Mike is going to get–in the opinion of Wayne McCall, Oconee County Councilman. McCall, chairman of the council’s law enforcement committee, gave a short-to-the-point answer yesterday to a 96.3/WGOG NEWS hypothetical question. The question we posed to McCall sought an opinion as to, if it came to one or the other, what…

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Winner, winner, Chicken Dinner

December 13, 2012
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Winner, winner, Chicken Dinner

An Anderson man’s wife sent him to the supermarket to pick up a roast chicken for dinner. For helping out, she let him buy a lottery ticket with the leftover change. He spent $10 on a Fire and Ice scratch-off and, according to the S.C. Education Lottery, screamed when the ticket won him $200 thousand.…

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Associated Press Accords Furman’s Dozier All-America Honors

December 13, 2012
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A day after earning his first All-America honor, Furman’s Dakota Dozier picked up a second scroll when the Associated Press named the junior offensive tackle to its 2012 Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All-America third team on Wednesday. Dozier, a two-time All-Southern Conference selection, participated in 586 plays at left tackle this fall. He missed the Chattanooga…

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