TCTC President announces Retirement

Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) President Dr. Ronnie L. Booth announced his plans for retirement effective June 30, 2019, at a faculty and staff meeting Monday afternoon. Dr. Booth, who was named the third president of the college in 2003, said he notified the TCTC Commission of his intentions in June of 2018. “Deciding to retire was and is not an […]

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Help sought solving OC Shoplifting Cases

Crimestoppers of Oconee County, Inc. and the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office seek the public’s help in solving two recent shoplifting cases at Ulta Beauty in Hartwell Village on Clemson Boulevard, tells Public Information Officer Jimmy Watt. “The first case was reported to the Sheriff’s Office on Sept. 15, and occurred the previous evening when a white female entered the store […]

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OC Sheriff’s Office issues Advisory

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is issuing an advisory today to caution citizens concerning individuals coming to their residences seeking to do maintenance work on their homes or property, explains Public Information Officer Jimmy Watt. “Deputies have received word of a couple of instances in which individuals have come to homes of a couple of citizens seeking to do work […]

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Seneca receives Transit IT Grant

The City of Seneca has received a Transit IT Grant worth $12,476. The best part about this grant, says Seneca City Administrator Scott Moulder, is that the grant comes with no local matching funds required. “A Transit IT Grant agreement. So, the state basically came in and did an information technology assessment of our offices and program and identified a […]

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Name change announced for GHS

Greenville Health System (GHS) of the Upstate, which includes Oconee Memorial Hospital, announces it is changing its name early next year. Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health are becoming Prisma Health. The company says that your health care is still local, your doctor won’t change, your hospital won’t change, but the company names and logos will change to reflect the […]

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Child Passenger Safety Week

The South Carolina Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) is teaming up with safety partners to participate in the national Child Passenger Safety Week, Sept. 23-29. Throughout the country, millions of parents and caregivers travel each day with children in their motor vehicles. While some of these children are buckled in properly and ride in the correct car seats for their […]

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SC’s 17th Annual National Day of Concern and Student Pledge against Gun Violence

United States Attorney Sherri A. Lydon announces that on Oct. 17, 2018, the United States Attorney’s Office (USAO), as part of Project CeaseFire, is sponsoring South Carolina’s participation in the annual National Day of Concern and Student Pledge Against Gun Violence. On Oct. 17, students from around the country will join together in pledging to do their part to end […]

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