Epperson found guilty

January 30, 2013

An Oconee jury this afternoon found Austin Ryan Epperson guilty of petty larceny and burglary first degree. And for the crimes that occurred in 2010 at a small farm home in Tamassee, the 20-year old Epperson will be required to serve 15 years in prison followed by five years probation, in line with the sentence…

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NRC-Duke meeting draws large crowd

January 30, 2013

On a day when the local area was under a tornado warning, Duke Energy pledged to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission it will diligently pursue the completion of projects to enhance the safety of the Oconee Nuclear Station. At a well-attended meeting at the World of Energy, Eric Leeds, director of the NRC’s Office of Nuclear…

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Holleman named men’s golf coach at Seneca High

January 30, 2013

Seneca High School has hired a new men’s golf coach. Athletic Director Duke Lee says Louis Holleman will take over the program. Holleman is a lifelong resident of Seneca and most recently served in the Student Services Department of the School District of Oconee County. Prior to that, Holleman taught at Seneca Middle School where…

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Keowee Elementary turns 100!

January 30, 2013

A centennial cake is to be served at lunch today to the students at Keowee Elementary School. Weather forced the pilot to cancel a flyover and an old time capsule could not be located. Other than that, today’s official centennial celebration went well, according to Libby Imbody, chairperson of the centennial committee. A real sense…

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Accident at bridge ties up SC 188

January 30, 2013

An accident on the second bridge from Bountyland has tied up traffic at this hour on S.C. 188/the Keowee School Road. The state patrol reports the investigation is in progress. From the scene, we have a report that the accident involved a Seneca driver who apparently lost control of a pickup truck pulling a trailer.

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CU researchers to collect data

January 30, 2013
CU researchers to collect data

A federal agency has turned to Clemson’s South Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit to collect data that will help assess the environmental impact of oil and natural gas operations on the marine and coastal environments of the northern Gulf of Mexico’s outer continental shelf. Specifically, the data are to fill holes on the…

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