Recycling added to Welcome Center

November 15, 2012

A recycling program offered to travelers is becoming part of the offerings at the S.C. Welcome Center at Fair Play. The “SC Welcomes You to Recycle” program is a public-private partnership that gives travelers the opportunity to recycle aluminum cans, plastic bottles and newspapers. More than two million people every year stop at South Carolina…

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Zoning change would allow town homes

November 15, 2012

A St. Augustine, Florida resident goes before Seneca Planning Commission next week to allow part of his By-Pass 123/Lake Keowee property to be used for residential town homes. The planning commissioners will convene a public hearing on the Gary Phillips’ request at 6 Monday night at City Hall. Tamy Sanford, city planner, says Phillips requests…

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Lottery’s benefit to OC

November 15, 2012
Lottery’s benefit to OC

Since its start 10 years ago, the S.C. Education Lottery has poured back millions of dollars for Oconee County education interests. The lottery website, sceducationlottery.com, now displays an updated map of the county distribution. Select a county and left click your computer mouse to instantly see the funding that has impacted the selected county for…

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A sweep of the streets

November 15, 2012

The narcotics division of the Seneca police is sweeping city streets today of nearly 60 people, for whom warrants allege violations of the drug laws. Chief John Covington said his officers are targeting 57 people with 102 warrants. The offenses alleged are distribution of meth, cocaine, crack, marijuana, morphine, Xanax, Lortabs, methadone, and Oxycontin. Assisting…

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Seneca students make All-State Chorus

November 15, 2012

Thirty-seven students at Seneca High School have been named to the S.C. All-State Chorus. It’s the largest number that Seneca has ever sent. Those selected will sing in March at Winthrop University, under the direction of world-renowed conductors.

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Season ends for Goose Greek following denial of appeal

November 15, 2012
Season ends for Goose Greek following denial of appeal

An appeal by the Goose Creek High School football team to overturn a disqualification ruling was denied on Wednesday in a meeting with the Executive Committee of the South Carolina High School League.  The meeting was held behind closed doors in Columbia.  As a result of the appeal, the Gators’ season comes to an end.…

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