It’s almost like clockwork

March 11, 2013

Westminster’s electric power supplier is uping the ante. PMPA has approved a 7.3% increase in the charge it makes to member city Westminster. What Westminster elected leaders decide to pass onto their retail customers could be decided during tomorrow night’s city council meeting. According to the city administrator, the city council has a number of…

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SHS team competes in mock court trial

March 11, 2013

A student team from Seneca High School took part in regional mock trial competition. The event enabled the students to experience what it would be like to assume various roles in a court setting—such as attorneys, witnesses, and bailiff. The team presented the prosecution and defendant sides of a fictitious case from a panel of…

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Third of four suspects arrested

March 11, 2013

The Seneca police say they have now arrested the third of four suspects in their investigation of a home burglary late last year on Foxfire Court. According to police and jail records, arrested over the weekend on charges of petty larceny and burglary second degree was Ngoumou Keshy Jamal Watsoni, 21 years old. After being…

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Tech dedicates instructional setting

March 11, 2013

In 23 years’ teaching, Doug Allen says he has never seen as many requests for technically-skilled employees as he has in recent months. According to Tri-County Technical College, Allen should know. For he teaches industrial electronics classes and is acting dean of the engineering and technology division. Allen and Tech students should notice a night-and-day…

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Clemson, USC, set for conference tournament play this week

March 11, 2013

College basketball tournament play gets underway in earnest this week. Clemson, the 11th seed, will face sixth-seeded Florida State in the opening round of the ACC Tournament on Thursday, March 14. The game will be televised by both ESPNU and the ACC Network and is slated to start at 9:00 PM, or 20 minutes after…

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Not a sinkhole after all!

March 11, 2013
Not a sinkhole after all!

At first what happened Saturday to street in an Oconee home development was thought to have been a sinkhole or, at least, the makings of one. The depression found on W. Camelia Lane in the Millbrook subdivision, according to Seneca Light and Water’s Bob Faires, turned out to be a broken service line that “washed…

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