22 Governors Oppose Biased Fund Allocation in Stimulus Package

“A state’s ability to keep businesses open and people employed should not be a penalizing factor when distributing funds.” COLUMBIA, S.C.. – Led by South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, 22 Governors have released a joint statement opposing the new standard in President Joe Biden’s stimulus bill for how federal funds would be allocated to states: “Unlike all previous federal funding packages, the […]

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Gov. Henry McMaster to Lift ‘Last Call’ Order, Large Gatherings Approval Process

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster announced on Friday that COVID-19 safety measures related to the sale of alcohol and mass gatherings will be terminated effective Monday, March 1, 2021. Restaurants may resume normal alcohol sales as licensed by the South Carolina Department of Revenue. Additionally, South Carolina Department of Commerce approval for events involving more than 250 people will […]

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Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Westminster Man on Multiple Charges Related to Two Separate Pursuits

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Westminster man yesterday on multiple charges related to two separate pursuits. 24 year old Kenneth Charles Goss of Latirobe Road was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 8:33pm Wednesday. Goss was taken into custody yesterday at an address on Rufus Land Road near Westminster by investigators from the Criminal Investigations Division […]

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Committee Makes Adjustments to Upcoming Popular Seneca Events in Pandemic Era

The City of Seneca’s Events Committee met Thursday afternoon at City Hall and due to the pandemic, decided to combine two of the city’s major events into one celebration – Seneca Music Fest and Independence Day. Both will be held at Gignilliat Field on Saturday, July 3 beginning at 4:00 pm. Events Coordinator Riley Johnson joins us now with details… […]

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Online Contest Will Provide $65,000 in Prize Money, Free Recording Opportunities and Top-Notch Promotion; Winner Announced February 28

Washington, D.C. – Voting is almost complete for the two finalists in a music contest unlike any other. C2 Records, started by CEO and Washington, D.C. resident Phil Oakley, is getting close to identifying the winner in its Music Madness contest. One of the finalists is a resident of Millstone, New Jersey, and the other finalist is from Seneca, South […]

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Prescribed Burn Notification

The Andrew Pickens Ranger District is planning on conducting two prescribed burns today for a total of 1,383 acres. Burn objectives are to help wildlife habitat improvement, research, and hazardous fuels reduction. Smoke may be visible, with residual smoke lingering into the afternoon and evening hours. The information for the two units are as follows: Sandy Ford- 1,063 acres located west […]

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