ODP honors three

February 18, 2013

Applause rang out at Saturday’s Oconee Democratic Party meeting for three members in honor of February as Black History Month. “Black History month stories generally focus on nationally famous people,” said Rosellen Aleguire, chair, Oconee Democratic Party. “We felt it important to honor three of our own.” Those three are Dr. Al Gaines, Seneca; Beverly…

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CU professors contribute to Academy Award-nominated films

February 18, 2013

The Academy Awards will be presented this week and two Clemson professors have reason to cling to the remotes just a little tighter when the winners are called. Jerry Tessendorf, director of Clemson’s Master of Fine Arts in Digital Productions Arts program, and Robert Geist, program co-founder and professor in the School of Computing, both…

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F-150 stolen in Westminster

February 18, 2013

A pickup truck, stolen late last week from the parking lot of a Westminster drug store, remains unaccounted for today, but the police chief says an active investigation into the theft remains in progress. Chief Dean Awalt says the 1994 two-tone green Ford F-150 displayed a South Carolina tag of 4-9-6-F-G and contained someone’s personal…

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Test ahead of tornado alert system

February 18, 2013

The public should be watching and listening for a South Carolina statewide test of its tornado alert system. The drill is planned for approximately 9 o’clock Tuesday morning, March 5. Television and radio stations, such as 96.3/WGOG, will participate through the activation of the EAS and a message from the National Weather Service, explaining that…

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Clemson’s Upset Bid Falls Short as No. 3 Miami Prevails 45-43

February 18, 2013

Clemson’s bid for an upset fell short on Sunday as the No.3 ranked Miami Hurricanes escaped with a 45-43 victory and a perfect 12-0 record in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Tigers held a 42-38 lead after Jordan Roper’s coast-to-coast layup with just under two minutes left, but were outscored 7-1 to end the game.…

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Grad student is an intern

February 18, 2013

A Clemson student pursuing a graduate’s degree is getting real-world experience as an intern at the office of Oconee Economic Development. Kirsten Pratt was introduced during Friday’s meeting of the Economic Development Commission. She joins an office staff of Richard Blackwell, executive director, and Russell Johnson, project and marketing manager.

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  • July 27, 2014 7:00 pmStumphouse Mountain Church of God's Revival
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  • August 2, 2014Ole Country Church Singing
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