Clemson woman’s ancestor played host to Earhart

July 1, 2013
Clemson woman’s ancestor played host to Earhart

Among the keepsakes for a long-time Clemson resident is a copy of the last known photograph of the famed aviator Amelia Earhart. Betty Higby recently showed that photograph to 96.3/WGOG NEWS and explained how her aunt, an Anderson resident, helped co-host a visit by Earhart—only days before the aviator and her navigator disappeared forever on…

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Brothers Arrested in Seneca Drug Bust

June 30, 2013
Brothers Arrested in Seneca Drug Bust

The Oconee Sheriff’s Office made two arrests in the Seneca area on drug related Charges.  According to Spokesman Jimmy Watt of the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, 38 year old Allen Ray Atkison of 115 E. Street was arrested and charged with distributing Lortab to an undercover agent of the Sheriff’s office. In addition, according to warrants,…

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Cofferdam expert visits Five Falls area

June 29, 2013

A cofferdam expert visits the Five Falls section of the Chattooga River today, as the Thomas Hill search operation starts to reach out to others to get new ideas. Meantime, raft-based search and dive operations are planned both today and tomorrow. Next week, some national search and rescue experts plan to visit the river area…

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Police Make Arrest In Vandalism of ‘Howard’s Rock’

June 28, 2013

Clemson University Police today announced an arrest for the vandalism of the famed “Howard’s Rock” at Memorial Stadium, and they say more arrests could be forthcoming. Police Captain Eric Hendricks says 18-year-old Micah Rogers of Pisgah Forest, North Carolina, was arrested Friday morning. He is facing a felony malicious injury to property charge and a misdemeanor…

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City Hall roof to be fixed!

June 28, 2013

A roofing contractor driving by the Seneca City Hall could tell just by looking there was something wrong with the City Hall roof. He reported what he saw, and that led to the city’s insurer authorizing roof repairs. After an executive session last night, the city council agreed to hire a Greenville company, Turn Key…

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BASF granted special exception

June 28, 2013

Oconee County will make an exception to allow a manufacturer to put up a building—30 feet higher than the county’s limit. The Board of Zoning Appeals last night approved a variance to permit BASF to go forward with a 95-foot high building. The BASF plant manager, Frank Lansom-Scribner, told the board the building will house…

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