Getting it right

If nobody was studying how Seneca’s government dealt with a tornado damage recovery project and the pandemic at the same time, we would have recommended that such a study be done.

President Trump does lie all the time

Editor: The writer who stated in “No proof to back up statements” that people make blank statements about President Donald Trump without backing them up with facts has really got it all wrong.

County council partially to blame if virus spikes

Editor: I just came back from the county library in Seneca disgusted and infuriated with the county councilmen with their disregard for the health and well-being of all residents who have to go into any county building and not be required to wear a mask.

Two charged with burglary

Two men were charged in connection with an early-morning burglary Friday at a Seneca house that was reportedly vacant because of damage from the April 13 tornado.

Small business owner says community support key

Calvin Williams saw a drop in customer numbers after Gov. Henry McMaster limited restaurants to takeout-only service in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but he also felt the support of local customers, which he says continues.

Police looking for shooting suspect

Police continued a search Monday for a woman accused of attempted murder in connection with a shooting early Friday morning that left a man with multiple gunshot wounds, according to a Seneca Police news release.