Gamecocks Roll Past Arkansas, 38-20

November 10, 2012
Gamecocks Roll Past Arkansas, 38-20

Number 8 (BCS) South Carolina amassed 383 yards of offense and forced three turnovers en route to a dominant 38-20 win over Arkansas on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium.  With the victory, the Gamecocks improve to 8-2 overall and 6-2 in the SEC. The win snaps a three-game losing streak to the Razorbacks and extends…

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Furman Falls At 12th-Ranked Appalachian State, 33-28

November 10, 2012
Furman Falls At 12th-Ranked Appalachian State, 33-28

Sam Martin kicked four field goals, including two in the second half to lift FCS consensus 12th-ranked Appalachian State past upset-minded Furman, 33-28, in Southern Conference football action Saturday afternoon in front of 28,986 fans at Kidd Brewer Stadium in Boone, North Carolina.  Martin kicked first half field goals covering 27 and 47 yards and…

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Purple Heart marker dedicated

November 10, 2012
Purple Heart marker dedicated

 Oconee County now has something new, besides an annual breakfast, to remember and pay tribute to its Purple Heart military veterans. In the midst of Veterans Day weekend, a large crowd gathered on Walhalla’s Main Street in front of Veterans Park for the dedication and unveiling of the Military Order of Purple Heart Chapter 748…

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Repair plans for 18 Mike Creek Bridge

November 10, 2012

The S.C. Department of Transportation has started emergency procurement of contractor services to make the needed repairs to the Pickens County bridge crossing Eighteen Mile Creek on Secondary 18. Secretary of Transportation Robert St. Onje Jr. gave the authorization so that the road can be reopened to traffic as quickly as possible. “This road carries…

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Controlled burn at Echo Hills

November 9, 2012

The reason for a smoky sky, according to the Oconee Fire Chief, is the controlled burn in progress today at the county’s Echo Hills Industrial Park. There, two building pads are being prepared in a first phase effort at highway 11 property, for which county leaders have high hopes to create jobs through economic development.…

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Notice to proceed at West Union

November 9, 2012

With a paperwork glitch out of the way, West Union will finally see its dilapidated former public school building taken down. And the contractors are predicting the job will be quick. Dewayne Pelfrey, project manager for Southern Capital and Development of Seneca, predicts the entire job, the building demolition and the asbestos removal to precede…

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