Civil Rights pioneer Gantt speaks at Furman

September 18, 2014

Harvey Gantt, former mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina and the first black student to attend Clemson, speaks tonight on the Furman University campus in Greenville. Gantt, who enrolled at Clemson in 1963, will discuss his pioneering role in desegregation during an interview with South Carolina historian Ron Cox. “An Evening with Harvey Gantt” is free…

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National POW/MIA Day

September 18, 2014

Clemson University’s Army and Air force ROTC units hold a ceremony 3:30 to 5:30 this afternoon in Tillman Hall auditorium to mark National POW/MIA Remembrance Day. The ceremony will feature guest speaker Samuel Lewis, a retired Marine officer and Anderson County Veterans Affairs Officer. A 24-hour vigil will be held in front of Tillman at…

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Seneca church responds to hungry kids

September 18, 2014

A donation by members of the Seneca Presbyterian Church will feed 17 children through the Backpack Program operated at Blue Ridge Elementary School. The Adult Bible class at Seneca Presbyterian spearheaded the fund drive and encouraged all church members to contribute. The children who will benefit rely on Blue Ridge Elementary’s breakfast and lunch programs,…

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Bring your comments and questions

September 18, 2014

A good municipal comprehensive plan is chock full of a community’s hopes and aspirations. And the Walhalla Planning Commission invites the public to the Depot next month for a drop-in. Commissioners, along with representatives of the South Carolina Appalachian Council of Governments, will be there to take comments and answer questions. The drop-in will run…

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Home fire near Seneca

September 18, 2014

Home fire early this morning in a Lake Keowee home development near Seneca. Fire fighters were sent to the home of Charles and Annette Skelton on Delphi Drive around 1:30 this morning and, by 6 o’clock, remained on the scene. No injuries reported.

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Joanie Bruce success story

September 17, 2014

Recently, Joanie Bruce “rang the bell” at the Oconee-Pickens Vocational Rehabilitation office to signify her success in achieving employment. Bruce was hired as a cook at Chili’s Too on the Clemson campus. The team at Vocational Re-hab helped Bruce gain a full understanding of the occupational options and helped her map a path to reach…

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Calendar

  • November 29, 2014 8:00 amBenefit for Charles Powell
  • November 29, 2014 2:00 pmRestoration Church of God will host "Pictures with Santa"
  • November 30, 2014Westminster United Methodist Church's Christmas Congregational Singing
  • December 1, 2014 6:00 pmSeneca' Christmas Parade
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