Three SHS Athletes sign Letters of Intent

Three Seneca High School student-athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday, Feb. 7, to continue their education and athletic careers. Jayden Mace signed to play soccer at Winthrop University. Cameron McCutcheon signed to play football at Gardner-Webb University. Coleman Smith signed to play football at Newberry College. Jayden Mace is a three year starter in soccer. He was named All-Region during […]

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SDOC still fighting the Flu

The fight continues in the School District of Oconee County (SDOC). Schools are fighting the flu and Assistant Superintendent of Operations Steve Hanvey encourages parents to keep sick kids at home. “We continue to see our numbers higher than normal for absences for both students and staff. It has kind of gone in different areas. We’ve got a couple of […]

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February Oconee Business Forum on Thursday

A reminder that the February “Business Forum” of the Oconee Economic Alliance (OEA) is Thursday, Feb. 8. This month’s business forum will feature David Jacobs, Plant Manager of BorgWarner. The OEA Business Forum is a monthly opportunity for citizens and business leaders to come together in Oconee County to network, receive timely updates on topics facing the community and discuss […]

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Scott celebrating Black History Month

U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) released this statement on Thursday, Feb. 1, in celebration of Black History Month. “Since we were first brought to these shores, African-Americans have played a vital role in the history of our nation. There have been incredibly hard times, and there have been giant steps forward. Black History Month is no longer simply about where […]

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Send a Valentine to a Pet

Send a Valentine to a pet this year at the Oconee Humane Society (OHS). Angel Newman, Volunteer Coordinator at the OHS tells how. “We are selling Valentines for the pets at the shelter, so if you want to stop by, it is a $5 donation to send a Valentine and send some love to the pets. We are posting them […]

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Server Upgrades scheduled for OCPL this Weekend

The Oconee County Public Library (OCPL) will undergo server maintenance on Saturday, Feb. 3, and Sunday, Feb. 4. During that time, all patron records and records for library materials will not be available. So patrons will not be able to check their accounts online, nor use OverDrive. But Flipster, Ancestry Library edition, and some other databases should still be available. […]

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Blackwell named Top Industry Leader

The executive director of the Oconee Economic Alliance (OEA) has been named a top economic development leader by Trade & Industry Magazine. In their December 2017 issue, Trade & Industry Magazine named Richard Blackwell one of nine individuals from across the country who they consider “elite [insiders] in the economic development world.” Blackwell joined the OEA in April of 2012 […]

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