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Like most of his coworkers, Gentry Hawk of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office does his best to leave work in its proper place — the office — when he goes home for the night.
Nearly a year after beginning its Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training program focusing on training students for jobs in manufacturing, the Tri-County Technical College program is preparing to offer a second career pathway area — health care.
The body of Thomas Lowell Loesch was discovered Monday morning restrained by a seatbelt in the driver’s seat of his 2001 Toyota Camry, which had overturned into a small creek, according to Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis.
Karen Ridley, of 1427 W. Main St., Unit 7, is charged with second-degree burglary and was being held at the Oconee County Detention Center on a $25,000 surety bond.
Seneca city administrator Greg Dietterick confirmed on Monday the city of Seneca will not appeal a recent decision by Judge R. Lawton McIntosh to deny a request for an injunction against a local water district’s construction of a $21 million water treatment plant.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a West-Oak High School student injured in a 2015 automobile accident alleges the School District of Oconee County was “grossly negligent” in the care of the student at the school after the accident.