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The autopsy was performed Thursday on Robert Steven McDowell of Quarter Horse Trail, according to a statement released by Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis.
A series of chilling social media messages from the teen charged in a deadly 2016 shooting at Townville Elementary School don’t tell the whole story, defense attorneys argued during the third day of the hearing that will determine whether he will be tried as an adult.
Tyler Mark Broome, of Dewey Street in Westminster, is charged with murder, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and trespassing.
With a financial boost from Oconee County, the city of Westminster may look to build a new $1.6 million city hall that would include city services, the police department and space for a new county magistrate’s office.
Green Crescent Trail committee chairman Eric Newton said the committee planned to vote this week on a part-time executive director position, whose responsibilities would include coordinating funding efforts toward establishing a network of pedestrian and cycling trails throughout the area.
Fourth-year Blue Ridge Elementary School principal Lisa Simmons has been named as the new assistant superintendent of instruction for the School District of Oconee County effective July 1.
Input sessions on Clemson’s proposed downtown corridor long-range plan will culminate tonight in a final presentation from 6-7 p.m. at the new fire substation facility on Issaqueena Trail.
Seneca city officials and Oconee County officials each met behind closed doors in separate sessions Tuesday night to discuss their options a day after the Clemson planning commission voted to recommend approval of a plan to annex property inside Oconee County.