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This month, the City of Seneca filed a motion for order and rule to show cause in the case of the former Harper’s Five and Dime building owned by the Rev. Efford Haynes, claiming the building is still not up to code and the minister has made no action to fulfill the parties’ most recent agreement.
Sally Nicholson has spent more than a third of her career as director of student nutrition services for the School District of Pickens County. She is respected statewide, and no better example exists than the state award recently bestowed upon her.
Plans are still in the early stages, but the announced goal of building an outdoor recreation complex at Sanctuary Pointe within the next two years could catapult Oconee County and the Upstate into a $600 billion industry that continues to grow in the United States.
Around 30 artists, including painters, musicians, dancers, photographers and crafters, were on hand Friday at Ravenel Elementary School for the annual “Artists on the Green” celebration.
Oconee’s top law enforcement officer is all in favor of people exercising their Second Amendment rights, but he has reservations about a state bill passed in the House this week that eliminates the need for a concealed weapons permit and the training that goes with it.