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Ride to Work program surpasses 2,600 rides Ride to Work program surpasses 2,600 rides

The Ride to Work program reached a significant milestone this week since its startup in February 2017 as it recently passed the 2,600 mark in providing rides for people who would otherwise be unable to work.

City mulls hiring development director City mulls hiring development director

City officials working on an economic development plan for downtown Seneca discussed the benefits of hiring an economic development director to oversee it.

Clemson starts busy week with win over Owls Clemson starts busy week with win over Owls

CLEMSON — Opening up a five-game week on Tuesday night against Kennesaw State, the Clemson baseball team wasted little time getting down to business against the visiting Owls.

Railroad festival to roll into Central Saturday Railroad festival to roll into Central Saturday

This year’s Central Railroad Festival will offer something fun for everyone.

Bowers remembered for service to community, love of environment Bowers remembered for service to community, love of environment

Bill Bowers lived all of his 91 years in Six Mile, with friends and acquaintances pointing to his lifetime of community service and love of the environment among his greatest attributes.

Ex-employee ends bid for Pioneer board seat Ex-employee ends bid for Pioneer board seat

Now that former Pioneer Rural Water District employee Ryan Hix has withdrawn his name from nomination to the Pioneer board of directors, Barry Stevenson and Mark Holbrooks will keep their seats on the board.

Razorbacks win playoff opener Razorbacks win playoff opener

PROSPERITY — The Walhalla High School baseball team didn’t have the luxury of starting its playoff run at home, but it didn’t need it.

Voters will have choices Voters will have choices

Editor: It would appear that voters will have choices in the Oconee County Council District 1 and State Rep. District 2 this November, as well as the Third District, a Congressional seat Mary Geren in seeking.

Barbara Bush — A legacy for all times Barbara Bush — A legacy for all times

Editor: I must take this opportunity to comment on the death of Barbara Bush and the legacy she leaves behind.

Lions open up against Travelers Rest today Lions open up against Travelers Rest today

CENTRAL — Looking to get a jump on possible inclement weather, the Daniel High School softball team will get the postseason underway a day of schedule when it hosts Travelers Rest tonight.

Committee to recommend $18K for events Committee to recommend $18K for events

The Seneca events committee approved a recommendation Wednesday for $18,200 in funding for a summer movie series, Christmas jazz concert and a one-day museum series featuring book signings, a film showing and a lecture.

The gun manufacture and control debate will go on and on … The gun manufacture and control debate will go on and on …

Willie: I see now they’re wanting to replace tobacco with marijuana. Seems you’d have to be a dumb-wit to use it.