Police officer fired over Swinney post

September 22, 2012

ESPN is reporting that a South Carolina police officer has been fired after posting details of a traffic stop of Clemson coach Dabo Swinney on a University of South Carolina message board.  CPl. Michael McClatchy was fired Monday for using company equipment to detail his version of the events, Pickens (S.C.) Police Department chief Rodney…

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Walhalla, West-Oak routed; Seneca loses close game to Wren

September 21, 2012

In 96.3 WGOG’s High School Football Game of the Week on Friday, the 4th-ranked Belton-Honea Path Bears shut-out the Walhalla Razorbacks 58-0 in Western AAA play.  The Bears proved again why they are one of the best teams in the Palmetto State.  BHP’s signal-caller, Matt Williams, was our Player of the Game.  Williams played until…

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The iPhone 5 arrives

September 21, 2012
The iPhone 5 arrives

Even though the atmosphere in lines around the world wasn’t as exciting as in past years — in part thanks to sponsored human billboards and protesters — the moment the clock chimed 8 a.m. at Apple’s retail stores around the world, cheers erupted. The iPhone 5 has arrived.  The iPhone 5 is the latest generation…

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9/21 Top Political Headlines

September 21, 2012

* In NBC’s first battleground map since the conventions and a slew of new state polling, President Obama has expanded his electoral-vote lead over Mitt Romney — but only slightly.  There are now 243 electoral votes in Obama’s column and 191 in Romney’s, with 104 in the Toss-up category; 270 are needed to win the…

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Two counties to test sirens

September 21, 2012
Two counties to test sirens

Oconee Nuclear Station conducts a series of siren tests Wednesday (September 26) between 8 a-m and 4 p-m in both Oconee and Pickens counties. The test is in addition to the normal siren test schedule listed in the 2012 emergency planning calendar and results from an upgrade in the siren system. The 65 alert notification…

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Agriculture meeting draws large crowd

September 21, 2012

A dinner meeting last night at Seneca High School promoted agriculture as an important segment of the Oconee County economy and featured discussion as to how to increase production and sales. Seneca’s FFA instructor Christina Alexander helped host the meeting and Tokeena farmer Gwen McPhail was one of its leading organizers. Alexander says the turn…

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