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The former Hometown Food Store in Seneca could soon have a new tenant.
A Duke Energy employee was scheduled to leave today for Bonner Springs, Kan., to take part in the International Lineman’s Rodeo.
Tri-County Technical College president Ronnie Booth won’t be officially retiring for nearly nine more months, and one of his remaining goals is to complete the Ruby Hicks building renovation and lay the groundwork for a facilities master plan.
Oconee County Council named the three candidates for the vacant administrator position on Tuesday morning as the county moves toward finding a permanent replacement for interim administrator Rick Martin. The candidates are Les Blankenship, Jon Caime and Michael R. Renshaw.
Nearly a month after calling emergency services to report a deadly shooting, Utica resident Tony Dunn was out in the area Saturday morning picking up trash in the community.