Gregory Alan Terry
Three incumbents and a challenger have received the endorsement of The Journal in Tuesday’s Seneca City Council elections.
E. Riley gets the nod for re-election.
U.S. Engine Valve’s Diversity Council sponsored a “Hearts for Haiti” project in February.
James B. Clary, author of “A History of the 15th SC Infantry 1861-1865,” will be speaking at the Old Pendleton District Genealogical Society meeting at 7 p.m. on March 15, at the Central Clemson Library.
Marine Corps League Auxiliary members, from left, Cheryl Rupprecht, Joyce Brickett and Nancy Melton, make a delivery of donated items to Our Daily Rest in Seneca.
Walhalla Middle School hosted Family Learning Night recently.
Mt. Nebo #2 Missionary Baptist Church held its installation program for two trustees, Bro. William Gantt and Sis. Agnes Hampton
Westminster Elementary Kindergarten has married Q & U!
Casserole, it’s such a yummy word. Seneca Middle School sixth-grade student Claire Yu certainly finds it scrumptious now.
After more than three years of organizing, the daughter of the Reverend Billy Graham, will offer her Just Give Me Jesus, a free, two-day revival for women at the BI-LO Center, March 19-20.
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