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Missing the point Missing the point

Editor: I agree with the letter to the editor “Walls work, socialism does not” in Friday’s Journal. However, I would like to add an important missing point.

Children mimic what they see Children mimic what they see

Editor: The letter ‘Walls work, socialism does not’ requires a response.

Tigers’ Davidson earns preseason honor Tigers’ Davidson earns preseason honor

Clemson shortstop Logan Davidson was named a preseason first-team All-American by Baseball America on Monday.

High school roundup: Kendrick, LeRoy lead Bobcats to blowout win High school roundup: Kendrick, LeRoy lead Bobcats to blowout win

Anne-Hamilton LeRoy and Kaliah Kendrick poured in 25 and 21 points, respectively, to help lead the Seneca High School girls’ basketball team to an impressive 70-33 road win on Monday night at Franklin County (Ga.).

Woman killed after being struck by car Woman killed after being struck by car

Woman killed after being struck by car
By Riley Morningstar
The Journal
SENECA — A 68-year-old Westminster woman is dead after being hit by a vehicle at the Home Depot in Seneca.
Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis identified the …

Two safe after Seneca home fire Two safe after Seneca home fire

Two safe after Seneca home fire
By Riley Morningstar
The Journal
SENECA — Two people are safe after a home fire at 750 East Spring Valley Road in Seneca on Saturday night.
Friendship Fire Department assistant chief Walter Lee …

Domestic dispute leads to one setting structure, car on fire Domestic dispute leads to one setting structure, car on fire

Domestic disturbance leads to fires
By Riley Morningstar
The Journal
WESTMINSTER — One person is in custody after a domestic dispute escalated to fires being set at a property in Westminster on Saturday night.
Larry Gene Griffin, 55, is …

Concerned about Seneca traffic study Concerned about Seneca traffic study

Editor: I don’t know if you are aware of the situation we who live off of South Cove Road, and actually all who reside in developments that enter/exit onto Route 188, are facing.