OC Sheriff Crenshaw invites Citizens to become Honorary Members of SC Sheriffs’ Association

Due to the increasing number of citizens who are interested in helping law enforcement and the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office in their vision statement to “Build Partnerships to Promote a Safer Community,” Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw invites citizens of Oconee County to become Honorary Members of the South Carolina Sheriffs’ Association. Individuals and businesses who are interested in joining […]

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OC Deputies go through Tourniquet Training

Deputies with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office recently went through training with the tourniquet kits that all certified deputies now carry due to the support of the community and the people from Tactical Medical Solutions of Anderson.  All certified Oconee County Deputies now have tourniquet kits, which contain a tourniquet and several bandages, and materials that can be used to […]

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Clemson Wordsmiths unite to benefit Needy

Clemson University’s most-honored fiction writers and poets will read selected works at the annual Writers’ Harvest being held at 7pm Nov. 21 in the Self Auditorium at the Strom Thurmond Institute. Attendees will be regaled by the works of novelist and poets Jillian Weise, Keith Lee Morris, Akel Kahera, Joseph Bates, John Pursley III, Mike Pulley, Angelina Oberdan, Alex Kudera, and Sarah […]

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Holiday Cards for the Troops

Join the Walhalla Library in showing your appreciation this holiday season for a veteran, military family or active-duty service member. The Walhalla Library will be hosting a card making party on Tuesday, November 19, at 6 pm.  Refreshments, supplies and holiday joy will be provided.  All ages welcome! If you can’t attend this event, you can still participate by making cards at […]

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New Charging Stations installed in Seneca

New electric charging stations are in place on Railroad Street in downtown Seneca and at Oconee Medical Center for the all-electric CAT buses, which are anticipated to arrive next month.  Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander said he is pleased to see it all starting to come together.  “Finally seeing it come to together is pretty neat but last week they put […]

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YMCA Community Needs Assessment Survey

The Foothills Area YMCA is reaching out to the community to learn what its needs are and ways the YMCA can respond to those needs.  For more than 160 years, the YMCA has been meeting the communities’ most critical social needs and it is determined to keep doing so, explains Foothills Area YMCA CEO Darryl Broome.  “Essentially what we are […]

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New Seneca Light and Water Home put on hold

The City of Seneca has halted its plans to renovate the old JN Kellett School to be the new home of the Light and Water Department.  Area homeowners have voiced opposition to the project, so Mayor Dan Alexander said the city is postponing the project to answer their concerns.  “This week we put the project on hold because over the […]

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TCTC to commemorate Vet Day with opening of Patriots’ Place

Patriots’ Place, the new Veterans Center that opened this month on Tri-County Technical College’s Pendleton Campus, will be the site of a Veterans Day Celebration this year.  Currently, there are 225 veterans enrolled at Tri-County Technical College this semester.  This new veterans center that will serve as a one-stop shop for enrollment processes, resources and a place to hang out […]

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STEM Education is Key to Economic Prosperity and Success

Robert Bosch President Mike Mansuetti says his company is looking to Tri-County Technical College and other colleges and universities to supply graduates with an educational background in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM.  STEM education is the key to our country’s economic prosperity and success, said Mansuetti, who spoke to a crowd of business, industrial, education, government and political […]

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