Furman Basketball Battles Limestone In Saturday Exhibition

November 2, 2012
Furman Basketball Battles Limestone In Saturday Exhibition

The Furman men’s basketball team continues its preparations for the 2012-13 campaign when it hosts the NCAA Division II Limestone Saints in an exhibition game on Saturday at Timmons Arena. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m. ┬áThe Paladins, under the direction of seventh-year head coach Jeff Jackson, are looking to improve on a 15-16 overall…

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Home fire near Lake Keowee

November 2, 2012

Fire broke out in what’s described as an unoccupied house last night in the Waterford subdivision near S.C. 130. The Keowee Fire Department, with assistance from others, answered the call shortly after 8 o’clock and remained on scene for nearly two and a half hours. No injuries reported.  

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Fair Play hosted the finale

November 2, 2012

With remarks by Auditor candidate Betsy Redmond, the long series of Oconee County political forums that began early in the year came to an end last night in Fair Play, five days before next week’s big vote. Redmond’s appearance, alongside her opponent Ken Nix, made for the first time in the campaign that the two…

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Two teenagers killed

November 2, 2012

A late night accident in rural Oconee involving a moped and a pickup truck killed the two people who were the apparent operators of both vehicles. Last night’s accident at 10:40 at S.C. 24 and 59 in the Tokeena-Crossroads community took the lives of Adam George Ostrander Jr., of Mary Sue Lane, Seneca and Charles’c…

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Hurricane scams

November 1, 2012

S. C. Attorney General Alan Wilson warns South Carolinians to beware of opportunities in investment schemes in the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy. Wilson says cold-calling telephone salespersons, advertisements, and Internet postings that promote investment pools or bonds to help storm victims, or promote water-removal or purification technologies, electricity-generating devices and distressed…

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Arrest at WOHS

November 1, 2012

A student discipline incident that escalated this morning at West-Oak High School and required a police backup resulted in a student’s referral to the Department of Juvenile Justice. Chief Deputy Terry Wilson of the Oconee Sheriff’s Department said a 16-year old student is being referred to DJJ on three charges: simple assault, disturbing school, and…

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