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The top military man in South Carolina spoke earlier this week in Seneca and to say his remarks and insight were refreshing would be an understatement.
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Taxes are never popular. But, Seneca’s Hospitality Accommodations Tax (HAT) may be the kind of tax people are learning to live with.
Earlier this week, the Oconee County Library Board heard its chairman declare that the fight for a new Seneca branch has not been abandoned.
The doctor has arrived and he is bringing a huge economic shot in the arm for Oconee County and surrounding areas.
Gov. Nikki Haley’s special commission on ethics reform came up with 23 recommendations on how the Legislature, and the state, can better serve the citizens of South Carolina.
A bill being fast-tracked through the South Carolina House is little more than an attack on newspapers and a slap in the face to the public.
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw likes to think things through.
Hold your horses! That’s what we would tell Oconee County Council members who want a recommendation from Sheriff Mike Crenshaw on replacing or refurbishing the detention center.
Oconee County Economic Development Director Richard Blackwell only knows one gear — full speed ahead.