Paladins Prepare To Host Columbia In Saturday Season Opener

November 9, 2012

The Furman men’s basketball team opens its 29-game regular season schedule on Saturday when it hosts Ivy League member Columbia University in a 7 p.m. contest on YP.com Court at Timmons Arena. ┬áSaturday’s season opener marks the third all-time meeting between the Paladins and Lions with the series knotted at 1-1. Columbia, under the guidance…

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Veterans Day breakfast

November 9, 2012
Veterans Day breakfast

Veterans from all branches of the U-S Armed Forces are to be honored during a breakfast this morning at Walhalla Middle School. All veterans and their families are invited at 8:30.

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Traffic fatality identified

November 9, 2012

The victim of the early yesterday pickup truck accident on Oconee’s Blackjack Road was a 35-year old resident of the Crossroads area. April Craig of the Williams Farm Road died at 12:20 a-m of what the coroner said was asphyxiation after the vehicle came to rest atop her. Coronel Karl Addis ruled the death of…

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Man in ladies lingerie arrested

November 8, 2012

A 41-year old Pickens man is under arrest, accused of indecent exposure in his home county in incidents that allegedly began last summer. The Pickens County Sheriff’s Department this afternoon announced the arrest of Douglas Dean Evans who, it said, was seen in and around the Easley and Liberty post offices wearing ladies lingerie only,…

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Three write-in winners Tuesday

November 8, 2012

The office of Oconee Elections announced this afternoon three men won office on write-in efforts during this week’s countywide elections. L-J Jones won a seat on the Soil and Water Conservation Board, while Steve and William Hunt won seats on the Beaverdam Creek Watershed Board. Apparently lots of people received write-in votes for all sorts…

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Graham “heartbroken” over the numbers

November 8, 2012
Graham “heartbroken” over the numbers

Senator Lindsey Graham at Seneca today said Republican conservatism has a stronger appeal than that which it attracts in followers, and the Republican from Oconee said his party must begin to appeal to Latinos and African-Americans if it is to thrive. At the Rotary Club, Graham used the issue of illegal immigration as an issue…

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