Posthumous degrees for accident victims

December 20, 2012

Among the degrees awarded during Clemson’s winter graduation ceremonies today were posthumous degrees to two students who died this year in separate Oconee County car accidents. President James Barker awarded degrees to Tyler Sands of Exton, Pennsylvania, a senior in financial management who died October 16 and to Kohleigh Michelle Hunt of Seneca, a senior…

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Rain spoils nativity scene

December 20, 2012

Rain has cancelled tonight’s nativity scene as part of Jingles on Main in Westminster. But the weather won’t stop downtown stores from keeping their lights on and their doors open for shopping tonight.

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Rotary donates to Ripple of One

December 20, 2012

An Oconee County organization that strives to lift individuals and their families from generational poverty received a boost this afternoon when the Seneca Rotary Club allocated proceeds from the club’s ticket sales. In a ceremony at the Rotary meeting, the club officially announced a donation of $1,595. Accepting the donation was Stephanie Enders, founder of…

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Federal jurist to swear-in Crenshaw

December 20, 2012

Mike Crenshaw takes the oath of office New Year’s Eve to begin his four-year term as Oconee County Sheriff. The 2 o’clock Monday afternoon, December 31 ceremony at the Oconee Courthouse is open to the public. Federal Judge Tim Cain, an Oconee County resident, will administer the oath. And once the oath is given, Crenshaw…

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NBC Special Looks Back on 50 Christmases at 1600 Penn

December 20, 2012
NBC Special Looks Back on 50 Christmases at 1600 Penn

NBC celebrates the holidays with unprecedented access to the most famous home in America in “A White House Christmas: First Families Remember,” on Thursday, December 20 (8-9 p.m. ET). Hosted by multiple Emmy Award winner Meredith Vieira, the special takes a look at Christmases past and present with 10 presidential families over the last 50…

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Amber Alert Cancelled; Children Found Safe

December 20, 2012

The Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office said two children who were abducted early Thursday morning are safe. Investigators said 5-year-old Dennis Matthew Penny III and 2-year-old Grace Elizabeth Penny were abducted the Mount Croghan area of Chesterfield county at about7:30 a.m. The suspect , 37-year-old Dennis Matthew Penny II, was arrested. No specific information on the arrest or…

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