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Nazi rant ends in arrest Nazi rant ends in arrest

Pickens County sheriff’s deputies have obtained warrants for a 53-year-old Greenville man who threatened the life of Sheriff David Stone during a Thanksgiving telephone call to the communications center.

Outstanding members announced Outstanding members announced

The Andrew Pickens Chapter of Clemson and the Wizard of Tamassee Chapter of Seneca of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) announce their respective Chapter Outstanding Junior Members …

Oconee resident urges repeal of reassessment Oconee resident urges repeal of reassessment

A Salem area property owner who calls Oconee County’s reassessment an “absolute travesty” is calling on others who feel the same way to let their voices be heard at the next Oconee County Council meeting Dec. 6.

CAT plans to expand CAT plans to expand

Clemson Area Transit Executive Director Al Babinicz is thrilled that Seneca will soon be the recipient of five battery powered electric buses and adds that efforts are ongoing to bring electric bus service to Clemson and surrounding areas.

Woman charged in rental property heist Woman charged in rental property heist

A 42-year-old woman was arrested Monday after she and a man she was living with allegedly stole items from a rental home they were living in and sold the merchandise at an auction.

Library appoints director Library appoints director

Philip Cheney will be the new director of the Oconee County Public Library System, replacing retiring Director Sue Baldwin.
The appointment was made Tuesday by the system’s board of trustees.

HAT funds = $150K HAT funds = $150K

Seneca’s finance committee anticipates awarding $150,000 in Hospitality Accommodations Tax money, but where that money goes might change since the city’s Fourth of July event was accidentally omitted.

Surveyors like what they see at hospital Surveyors like what they see at hospital

If onsite indicators are to be believed, Oconee Medical Center expects to get a glowing accreditation report in the weeks ahead.

Hospice turns one man’s life around Hospice turns one man’s life around

SENECA — On May 13, Clinical Coordinator Debbie Carter, of the Cottingham Hospice House, received a call from a familiar-sounding voice. Although the coordinator couldn’t put a finger on the voice at first …

Students win arts honors Students win arts honors

Tri-County Home Educators’ Fall Festival of the Arts took place recently with students ages three to 17 presenting visual arts and performing speeches, as well as sharing selections of music for local professionals to critique.

Operators from the ’50s hold reunion Operators from the ’50s hold reunion

The city of Seneca had telephone operators from the beginning of telephone service until 1959. Employees who worked until the office closed went to Anderson, Greenville or Atlanta.

Students meet veteran on Veterans Day Students meet veteran on Veterans Day

Melissa Parker’s fifth-grade class at Orchard Park Elementary School paid special tribute to Parker’s brother, Spc. Christopher Parker of the Army National Guard, on Veterans Day.

Convenience centers ‘implode’ Convenience centers ‘implode’

I went to the Salem convenience center Saturday just before noon. I did not attempt to go in as there was a mountain of trash bags piled up, spilling out of the hopper and over the railing onto the parking area.

Seneca student selected as Young Artist Seneca student selected as Young Artist

Matthew Hartman of Seneca High School was selected to the Young Artist Mentor Program with the Greenville Chorale. The Greenville Chorale, joined by the Chorale Chamber Orchestra …