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October 8, 2012

  If you have a question or a comment about the possibility of passenger bus service beyond Seneca, your opinion or question will count this afternoon at Keowee. At the Keowee Key Country Club, at 3 this afternoon, Ernie Boughman is hosting a public meeting and would like to hear from you. Boughman is updating…

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Flu shots again tomorrow

October 8, 2012

There’s a flu shot availability again tomorrow in Seneca, courtesy of the public health department The vaccine is to be administered 1 to 4:30 p-m at the Seneca Health Department, 609 N. Townville Street, by appointment only. For an appointment, call 882-2245.

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OSD wins national recognition

October 8, 2012

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Department and its K-9 unit have received a national recognition. Members of the sheriff’s Office Pro Active Criminal Enforcement Team were recognized late last month by the American Police Canine Association in Vincennes, Indiana. The association president, Michael Johnson, presented the award during a banquet that followed a weeklong k9 training…

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Shatley and Hopkins Named ACC Players of the Week

October 8, 2012
Shatley and Hopkins Named ACC Players of the Week

NC State sophomore defensive tackle Thomas Teal headlines a list of eight players named as the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Players of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday. Teal tallied six tackles, including two loss, as the Wolfpack upset No. 3 Florida State, 17-16.  Clemson’s DeAndre Hopkins, the Receiver of the Week, caught…

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Clemson vs. Virginia Tech Game to Kick Off at Noon on October 20

October 8, 2012

The time has been set for the Clemson vs. Virginia Tech football game to be played on Saturday, October 20 at Memorial Stadium in Clemson, SC. The game, which will be Military Appreciation Day, is set to kick off at 12:00 PM and will be broadcast on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2. The network selection will…

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New pest to worry about

October 8, 2012

A tiny hitchhiker newly- discovered in South Carolina could portend trouble for homeowners who relish the sweet smell of eucalyptus trees. A Clemson Extension Agent in Lexington County has identified the first eucalyptus leaf beetle discovered in South Carolina. “A homeowner brought it into the Lexington Extension Office from West Columbia,” said Vicky Bertagnolli. Once…

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