The police have a suspect

November 14, 2012

Someone apparently used bolt cutters to break into two coin-operated machines this week at Seneca’s  Marathon convenience store.  But the police say they have a suspect in their active investigation of what happened yesterday at Marathon between the hours of midnight and 2 a-m.  Victimized in the crime were Lucky Phone Card Fun Zone machines.…

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Walhalla to get new police chief

November 14, 2012

Walhalla’s leaders are one step away from appointing a new police chief. During a meeting last night of the police committee, a vote of 3-0 recommended Ronald Wilbanks, the interim chief, to succeed Tim Chastain, who stepped down. The vote by committee chairman James Powell and committee members Tjay Bagwell and Jennifer Woodward Crawford will…

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Cash and food theft at CU

November 14, 2012

Cash and food were stolen Sunday from a room at Clemson University’s Johnstone Hall. Now the campus police say they have charged an 18-year old freshman engineering major with felony and misdemeanor public disorderly conduct. Avery Tanner Boone was released on a personal recognizance bond of a little more than $10 thousand. According to the…

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SHS student of integrity

November 14, 2012

A Seneca High student is one of six winners of the 2012 Student of Integrity Awards from the Better Business Bureau of the Upstate. Seneca’s Noah Kent Wigington and the other winners were recognized last Thursday at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville and each will receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend an accredited college or…

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All’s well that ends well

November 14, 2012

On the day the demolition of the former West Union school is likely to begin, there is a degree of relief felt by those who tried to save the old building from the wrecking ball. Martha Moore says she and other members of the former West Union School Preservation Association succeeded last night in getting…

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“This is not fair”

November 14, 2012

A Seneca wrecker service operator says the city’s policies covering which wrecker service may tow vehicles involved in accidents is unfair to him and forces his company to rely on out of town business. Bobby Cartee, who spoke during the public comment period at last night’s city council meeting, says he’s a third generation member…

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  • September 21, 2014 1:00 pmFamily of John Wesley and Rachel Jane Smith Reunion
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