OC’s 2013 graduates total 780

June 6, 2013

By the time the ceremonies finish Saturday, Oconee School District will have sent out into the world with diplomas 780 students—the total graduates in the Class of 2013. The first ceremony, featuring 113 adult education students, takes place tonight in Seneca. Oconee’s four high school graduation ceremonies are Saturday at Clemson’s Littlejohn Coliseum. The numbers…

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Two men arrested in vicinity of burglary

June 6, 2013

Two men have been arrested by Oconee sheriff’s officers in the vicinity of a night time burglary in the Townville area. Law enforcement reports show charges of larceny and burglary first degree against James Leonard Oshields, 66, and Charles Daniel Barker, 31. Oshields has been identified as a neighbor of the Timberblake One Circle home…

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Storm Andrea prompts readiness

June 6, 2013

The first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season has formed and could potentially affect South Carolina. The National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center expect Tropical Storm Andrea to produce heavy rain and wind in many parts of the state beginning tonight and lasting through tomorrow morning. The SC Emergency Management Division, county…

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Heavy rainfall today raises safety concerns

June 6, 2013

According to the Department of Health and Environmental Control, owners and operators of reservoirs across South Carolina should check their dams immediately and during the next several days for possible problems caused by heavy rainfall. John Poole of DHEC says, “Owners who have the ability to lower their reservoir’s water level should safely do so…

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Vehicle fire stopped quickly

June 6, 2013

A fire inside a compact pick up truck near Fair Play was extinguished quickly yesterday, according to county fire chief Charlie King. Fire fighters responded to that call around 3:45 p-m on N. Port Bass Drive.    

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Rainfall for the lakes “off to a good start”

June 6, 2013

Those who take the measure of rain into Lake Hartwell’s sub-basin like what they see. The sub-basin’s 5.24 inches of rain for May exceeded the average for that month. And Tracy Robillard says, “We’re off to a good start for June as well.” Robillard serves as a public affairs specialist for the U-S Army Corps…

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  • December 20, 2014 6:00 pmMountain Rest Community Club's Monthly Meeting
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