Clowney A Consensus All-American

December 12, 2012

South Carolina sophomore defensive end Jadeveon Clowney continues to garner postseason accolades. The Rock Hill, S.C. native was named first team All-American by both the Associated Press and ESPN.com on Tuesday. That makes him a Consensus All-American. ¬†Clowney, a 6-6, 256-pounder, set new South Carolina standards for sacks in a season (13.0), tackles for loss…

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Seneca to add a museum or two

December 12, 2012

The city administrator in Seneca received city council approval to re-slot a newly created job position into a museum job. After sharing his vision for Seneca to add a second and, possibly, a third museum, Greg Dietterick got the go ahead to fashion the re-slotted position as someone to take charge of creating the Strickland…

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Fair chooses new officers and board

December 12, 2012

At a meeting this week, the Carolina Foothills Heritage Fair elected new officers and board members for 2013. Stanley Gibson succeeds Tim Donald as president. Donald will serve on the board. Charlie Whiten will serve as vice president; Linda McAvoy, secretary; and Gwen McPhail, treasurer. Besides Donald, the board of directors takes in Rich Allen,…

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Indictment alleges threatening communication

December 11, 2012

The government says an indictment has been returned against a Pickens County man, accused of mailing a threatening communication to U-S Senator Lindsey Graham. The announcement of the indictment against Simon Peter Long, 31, does not detail the alleged threat. It says the maximum penalty in the case, should Long be found guilty, is 10…

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Valve failure leads to sewage leak

December 11, 2012

The failure of a new piece of equipment is traced to a sewage leak early last evening between Seneca and Clemson. According to Bob Winchester, executive director of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority, the failure of an air relief valve at a pump station on Wells Highway behind Blue Ridge Orthopedics caused a sewer spill…

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Old lawsuit gets new life

December 11, 2012

An Oconee County civil lawsuit five years in the pre-trial stage got a form of rejuvenation today when a judge gave all parties 90 days to come to agreement on when the case will reach the courtroom. Circuit Judge Lawton McIntosh will allow a new attorney to become familiar with all that’s involved in the…

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