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Water advisory for Pendleton
March 9, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment

For the first time in nearly two years, many Pendleton residents will have to boil their water for the remainder of the week, starting today.

New curtain makes Littlejohn popular venue once again
March 9, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
New curtain makes Littlejohn popular venue once again | Test

The City of Clemson and Clemson University’s agreement nearly two years ago to financially collaborate on the purchase of a new curtain system in order to make Littlejohn Coliseum a more viable concert destination appears to be paying dividends.

Seneca shake-up? Four seats up for grabs today
March 9, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Seneca shake-up? Four seats up for grabs today | Test

Seneca residents will get the opportunity today to decide what nearly half of the city’s nine-member council will look like.

Former Clemson City Council member accepted for PTI program
March 9, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Former Clemson City Council member accepted for PTI program | Test

Former Clemson City Council member Elouise James, who was arrested last September on fraud charges and resigned from office two months later, will enter the Pretrial Intervention Program.

Oconee bond issue back for discussion today
March 9, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment

Oconee County Council will deal with two political hot potatoes today – accelerating a new housing development at the former WestPoint Stevens property and the hiring of a new administrator.

Terrrific Kids come marching in
March 8, 2010 – 7:49 pm | No Comment
Terrrific Kids come marching in | Test

Keowee Elementary School announces Terrific Kids for March sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.

Lenten fish fries are a Seneca tradition
March 8, 2010 – 7:47 pm | No Comment
Lenten fish fries are a Seneca tradition | Test

Brother Knight, Kevin Kiker arrives at the Seneca Knights of Columbus council house

A tax for the public’s good
March 6, 2010 – 1:10 am | No Comment
A tax for the public’s good | Test

There’s no getting around it — taxes are one of life’s certainties.
Taxation wasn’t popular during the American Revolution and it certainly isn’t popular today as evidenced by the current Tea Party movement.

Highway Patrol still investigating Schuck’s death
March 6, 2010 – 1:05 am | No Comment
Highway Patrol still investigating Schuck’s death | Test

The South Carolina Highway Patrol’s accident reconstruction team is still investigating the unusual February death of Oconee County Sheriff’s deputy Bill Schuck.

OC, PC schools among participants in FIRST Lego League state championship
March 6, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
OC, PC schools among participants in FIRST Lego League state championship | Test

Eighty teams throughout the state, represented by children ages 9-14, will compete with robots built and programmed from Lego pieces in the FIRST Lego League State Championship today in Littlejohn Coliseum.

Fire substations in county’s plans
March 6, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment

Oconee County’s Emergency Services Department is looking to establish fire substations at various locations to expand services and help lower ISO ratings.

Longtime Huddle House employee glad to be serving customers again
March 6, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Longtime Huddle House employee glad to be serving customers again | Test

Jeanette Lingefelt has enjoyed her 28-year relationship with Huddle House, especially the bond she shares with loyal customers.

Seneca City Election 2010 Q&A
March 6, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Seneca City Election 2010 Q&A | Test

The Journal poses a series of questions to the candidates seeking to be elected in the Seneca City Elections in an effort to inform the voters ahead of the March 9 polling.

Seneca man arrested for allegedly stealing from his mother
March 6, 2010 – 1:00 am | No Comment
Seneca man arrested for allegedly stealing from his mother | Test

A 47-year-old Seneca man remained behind bars Friday after being arrested Thursday for a crime he allegedly committed last November.