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Southern Wesleyan graduates 300 Southern Wesleyan graduates 300

CENTRAL —Southern Wesleyan University recently celebrated its winter student graduation. Graduates listened to guest speaker Dr. Lawrence Clayton, a member of the University of Alabama faculty …

Girl Scouts merry in parade Girl Scouts merry in parade

The Girl Scouts were out in Christmas form as they rode along in the Town of Salem’s annual Christmas parade last week.

‘Political cancer’ behind mayor’s resignation ‘Political cancer’ behind mayor’s resignation

Randy Hayes says his decision to resign as Pendleton’s mayor comes on the heels of what he calls a “political cancer” ravaging the town’s budget expenses, improvement decisions and law enforcement discrepancies.

Photo contest winners named Photo contest winners named

WALHALLA — The Keep Oconee Beautiful Association presented its annual awards to some of the best amateur photographers in the area recently.

Sloan, Shirley to lead CVB board Sloan, Shirley to lead CVB board

The Mountain Lakes Convention and Visitors Bureau held its initial meeting this week at the Historic Earle House in Walhalla.

Razor wrestlers down Daniel, Seneca Razor wrestlers down Daniel, Seneca

Walhalla High School hosted a quad-team wrestling meet Thursday, with the Razors dominating the mat.

Tri-County Technical College to close for the holidays Tri-County Technical College to close for the holidays

Tri-County Technical College will be closed for the holidays beginning Friday, Dec. 23, through Monday, Jan. 2. The College will reopen Tuesday, Jan. 3.

A ‘tiny town’ Christmas A ‘tiny town’ Christmas

SENECA — Even though the temperatures have been dancing in the 60s, it doesn’t melt the snow at Swaney’s Landing Campground. In fact, the snow stays thick and undisturbed …

‘Daylight bandit’ pleads guilty ‘Daylight bandit’ pleads guilty

A Seneca man has pleaded guilty to a string of burglaries near the Friendship community late last year.

Avoid SC 133 project Avoid SC 133 project

Construction of the long awaited S.C. 133 College Avenue Railroad and Bridge Replacement project will enter its next phase Monday, and motorists in that area will feel its impact.

Electric bills to be more consistent Electric bills to be more consistent

Seneca electric customers will see a more consistent bill as Seneca City Council approved a six-month running average for electric bills.

A BOGO sale on guns? A BOGO sale on guns?

I am having a lot of trouble with squirrels eating all the seed I put out for the birds and I really need a gun. With all the guns our government has been selling to Mexican criminals and drug dealers …

Property owner gets 30 more days for decision Property owner gets 30 more days for decision

The owner of a business property slated for demolition has been given yet another extension to decide who will tear down his dilapidated building.