Western AAA All-Region Honorees Announced

February 27, 2013

The Western AAA All-Region Basketball teams were announced Tuesday. On the boys side, Seneca places three in Marquis Hunter, T.J. Smith and All-State selection Xzavier Barmore. Senior Blake Maness from West-Oak also makes the All-Region team. The player of the year is Daniel’s Justin Dotson. For the girls, Seneca is represented by Ciara Boggs and…

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Furman Falls To Seventh-Ranked South Carolina, 5-2

February 27, 2013

Seventh-ranked South Carolina combined three hits with an error to score three fifth inning runs on the way to a 5-2 win over Furman in baseball action Tuesday afternoon at Carolina Stadium. The victory improves South Carolina to 6-1 on the season while Furman falls to 5-2. The two teams will play again on April…

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Chase yields arrest and suspected drugs

February 27, 2013

A chase during the 4 o’clock hour of yesterday morning near Seneca yielded an arrest and the discovery of what officers suspect are illegal drugs. Sheriff’s officers say the object of their chase, a Ford truck with no tag light, reached speeds of 60 miles an hour in the wrong lane of Return Church Road.…

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SHS students return from Columbia event

February 27, 2013
SHS students return from Columbia event

Agricultural education students at Seneca High School attended the South Carolina FFA-sponsored State Legislators Appreciation Ceremony last week in Columbia. They were accompanied by Christina Alexander, instructor and FFA advisor, along with student teacher Jessica Brown. The day began with a visit with State Senator Thomas Alexander, Oconee-Pickens Republican, to thank him for his support…

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Seven companies respond

February 27, 2013

Seneca has received responses from seven companies in its project to convert a former school into a new home for utilities offices and warehousing. According to Bob Faires, utilities director, the seven have submitted RFQs—requests for qualifications. The task at hand is to re-adapt most of the former Kellett Elementary School on Seneca’s southside to…

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Deplorable cemetery conditions

February 27, 2013

The discovery of an Oconee County cemetery containing the remains of slaves and its deteriorating conditions has inspired a county resident to start an effort to pay greater respect to the departed. Paul Elston, representing the Clemson African-American Museum, asked Seneca City Council last night for its assistance in making every February a time of…

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