UPDATE on cyber attack

October 29, 2012

Governor Nikki Haley today updated what South Carolina is doing to combat the major cyber attack in which someone was able to access files of the Department of Revenue that include Social Security numbers and financial information of more than three and half million state residents. Haley says since Friday and the first public announcement…

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Church holds Native American Day

October 29, 2012
Church holds Native American Day

The congregants at Walhalla’s St. Luke United Methodist Church heard a message of “Making the Invisible, Visible” as delivered yesterday by Tracy Pender, chair for Native American Ministries. Those who heard Pender’s message included several visitors, such as Nancy Basket, Lori and John Hall of Pickens, and various members of the Cherokee Bear Clan. After…

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Clemson names new Athletic Director

October 29, 2012
Clemson names new Athletic Director

Georgia Tech athletic director Dan Radakovich has been named Clemson’s new athletic director, to replace Terry Don Phillips, who is set to retire next summer.  Radokovich has spent six years with the Yellow Jackets. He has also been an athletic administrator at South Carolina and LSU.        

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Fight breaks out in club setting

October 29, 2012

A weekend fight in Oconee County left an Anderson man grimacing in pain and in need of medical help. Three other men were arrested. Sheriff’s officers say they arrested one man at the scene and two others in a car spotted leaving the scene. Deputies were called around 12:45 a-m Sunday to Holder’s Landing Road…

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Sunday sales to be voted

October 29, 2012

Besides President and Sheriff and other contests, there’s another reason for Senecans to remember to vote this year. And this applies only to voters living within the city limits. City Attorney Michael Smith says it is a ballot proposition that Seneca leaders have decided to put forth to the voters. The question in front of…

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Sandy disrupting life in the nation’s eastern portion

October 29, 2012
Sandy disrupting life in the nation’s eastern portion

Ahead of Hurricane Sandy’s landfall in the U.S., the storm already is causing widespread disruptions for millions of travelers, with thousands of flights cancelled, mass transit shutdowns in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D.C., and Amtrak cancellations across the Northeast. More than 7,000 flights were cancelled Sunday and Monday, affected travelers around the…

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  • December 20, 2014 6:00 pmMountain Rest Community Club's Monthly Meeting
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  • December 23, 2014 5:30 pmA Laidback Candlelit Service
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