MacDonald hearing to begin Monday in North Carolina

September 17, 2012
MacDonald hearing to begin Monday in North Carolina

A hearing that could determine whether a former Green Beret gets a new trial more than 40 years after he was convicted of killing his family is beginning in federal court. The hearing is scheduled to begin Monday in Wilmington before U.S. District Court Judge James Fox. Fox will consider two new types of evidence…

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Suspense ends tomorrow

September 17, 2012

The official announcement comes tomorrow as to the project that Seneca, with help from Oconee County, is planning for jobs and economic development. The city plans a 10 a.m. news conference at City Hall to announce what it calls $10 million investment. It’s believed the announcement will detail what’s to be a hotel project on…

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Sunset view from Seneca High

September 17, 2012
Sunset view from Seneca High

Sometimes nature’s beauty is there for us, if we’ll just look around. At dusk last Thursday, this is the view of the horizon from the parking lot at Seneca High School.

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Salem to hold special election

September 17, 2012

Beginning today Salem residents can step up to answer the call of their town. A special election to fill a town council vacancy is planned Tuesday, November 13 and the noon hour today starts a two-week qualifying period for candidates. Whoever wins the special election fills the term created by the resignation of Tony Moore,…

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October’s share of OC Sheriff candidate events

September 17, 2012

The campaign for Oconee Sheriff is intensifying after this summer’s lull and the cancellation of the Republican primary election. The three remaining candidates are being asked to take part in forums during the month of October, including one to take place seven days before the November 6 election day. Mountain Rest Community Club today announced…

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NHL locks out players, no formal talks planned

September 17, 2012
NHL locks out players, no formal talks planned

The National Hockey League locked out the players when their collective bargaining agreement expired Saturday at midnight, and no formal talks are planned to end the league’s fourth shutdown since 1992, including the work stoppage that led to the cancellation of the entire 2004-2005 season. The regular season is scheduled to start on October 11th,…

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