Seneca Rotary Club honors 2018 Teachers of the Year

The 2018 Teachers of the Year in Seneca public schools were recently honored by the Seneca Rotary Club. Lindsey Rothell of Northside Elementary School, Brittany Martin of Blue Ridge Elementary School, Kelly Moncus of Ravenel Elementary School, Delaine Childress of Seneca Middle School, and Ashley Ramirez of Seneca High School were honored by the club for their outstanding efforts in […]

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Kelly promoted to VP at TCTC

Tri-County Technical College (TCTC) announces that Grayson Kelly has been promoted to vice president for institutional advancement and business relations. In addition to continuing in his role as executive director of TCTC’s Foundation, he now has the added responsibilities of business relationship management with the college’s community partners. Along with providing direct leadership to the foundation operations and staff, alumni […]

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Death reported on Lake Keowee

At approximately 9:30pm Thursday night, Oconee 911 Communications received a call reporting a possible drowning on Lake Keowee near Treehaven Court in Seneca. Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis reports that a 71-year-old Seneca man and his wife were returning to their dock after a boat ride. As he was exiting the boat onto the dock, he fell into the lake. […]

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SHS to “Team Up” to sideline Cancer

Seneca High School (SHS) will host a spirit week to raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® through the Team Up for St. Jude Spirited by Varsity Game Day program. The SHS Student Government Association and cheerleaders are enlisting students and fans to “Team Up” to tackle childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases by wearing Bobcat gold […]

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Help determine New Bus Service in OC

An Oconee County task force team has produced a 2018 Public Transportation Survey allowing residents to provide input into future electric bus service. Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander encourages everyone to take the survey and make their opinions known. “Being able to have that survey and I know in those areas that I have heard a lot of people say they […]

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Unwarranted Search of Lake Hartwell

A search of Lake Hartwell Sunday afternoon proved unwarranted, reports Oconee County Deputy Chief of Special Operations and Emergency Manager Scott Krein. “We had a report of a possible jumper off of the railroad trestle that was investigated and after diving and using some sonar techniques we did not find anything and believe that possibly it was just a missed […]

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Get Your Farm Oconee Tickets

The Oconee County Chamber of Commerce encourages you to get your tickets to Farm Oconee now. Tickets for the Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, event from 5:30-7:30pm are $30 per person. A great dinner is planned and will be prepared by Chef Sandeep Pantey, Executive Chef at The Cliffs Communities. In continued celebration of Oconee County’s Sesquicentennial, Retired Clemson Extension Agent […]

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