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Library sees bump in homeless visitors Library sees bump in homeless visitors

Oconee County Public Library employees say colder weather and changes to downtown Seneca have led to an “influx” of transient and homeless visitors at the Seneca library.

Man dies after rollover crash Man dies after rollover crash

Kenneth Nathan Dailey died at the scene of the crash on Coffee Road at approximately 11:25 p.m., according to Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis.

I know how you’ll be voting I know how you’ll be voting

Willie: I enjoy your column every day.

Tigers fall to No. 5 Notre Dame Tigers fall to No. 5 Notre Dame

Reigning women’s college basketball national champion Notre Dame lost on the road Sunday to unranked North Carolina, and it was determined not to lose again Thursday at Clemson.

Mayors speak out on proposal to give $8M to cities Mayors speak out on proposal to give $8M to cities

Projects improving water, sewer and electrical infrastructure in three Oconee County cities could benefit from a proposal that the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority return approximately $8 million of its more than $13.1 million in reserve funds to those cities.

Tigers’ pitcher Strider out for the season Tigers’ pitcher Strider out for the season

Just two weeks before opening day, the Clemson baseball team finds itself down one starting pitcher.

High school roundup: Warriors dominate region tournament High school roundup: Warriors dominate region tournament

Seven members of the West-Oak High School wrestling team captured individual Western 3A region championships during the region tournament Tuesday night.

Gateway Arts, Tribble Center create artistic partnership Gateway Arts, Tribble Center create artistic partnership

With the new year in full swing, the Gateway Arts Center in Westminster has been around for a full year and will be celebrating by hosting its first Members Show, which will feature work by artists from the Tribble Center.

Tigers’ freshman Sharpe draws praise for versatility Tigers’ freshman Sharpe draws praise for versatility

CLEMSON — The Clemson baseball team will face the task this spring of replacing some big bats in its lineup, along with one starting pitcher from last year’s squad. Freshman Davis Sharpe may be able to help with both dilemmas.

You and my other reader got me curious You and my other reader got me curious

Willie: I don’t know what happened, but they put the wrong number for you in The Journal.

Service dog returned safely after overnight search Service dog returned safely after overnight search

A service animal is back with her family after going missing for six hours following a car wreck on Tuesday night.

SenecaFest to feature 6 bands, laser show, movie SenecaFest to feature 6 bands, laser show, movie

Plans are underway for a new version of SenecaFest this spring in downtown Seneca with six bands, a laser show and a movie — and officials say it will be under budget.

Teachers, students celebrate 100th day of school year Teachers, students celebrate 100th day of school year

Wednesday marked the 100th day of school for students in Oconee County, and several schools held celebrations ranging from fun activities to lessons incorporating the number 100.

Mayor: Declining PMPA extension about city’s future Mayor: Declining PMPA extension about city’s future

With city council’s decision to not sign a contract extension past 2035 with the city’s current power provider, Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey said future councils have more options.