Anderson County Officials Requests Public’s Help In Regards To Pet Adoptions At Animal Shelter

(Seneca, SC)——————Anderson County officials are requesting the public’s help in fostering dogs and cats that are currently ready for adoption at the Anderson County P.A.W.S. Animal Shelter in order to make room in the shelter as they receive dozens of animals from three major animal hoarding cases in recent weeks, according to a press release.  In the last several weeks, […]

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Sports Update For Wednesday, June 19th, 2019; Clemson Women’s Basketball To Face Iowa Next Season In ACC/Big Ten Challenge

(Seneca, SC)——————–Clemson University announced yesterday that the Clemson women’s basketball team will travel to face Iowa in the ACC/Big Ten challenge next basketball season. The game will be played on Wednesday, December 5th with tipoff time and network designation to be announced at a later time.  Both teams made the NCAA tournament last season, with Amanda Butler’s team finishing with […]

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Work Continues On New Hamilton Career Center; Facility Scheduled To Open In August 2020

(Seneca, SC)————————-Construction is continuing on the new Hamilton Career Center, which is being built on the campus of the Oconee Industry and Technology Park on Highway 11, next to the Oconee campus of Tri-County Technical College.  Steve Hanvey, Associate Superintendent of Education for the School District of Oconee County, was a guest on the Coffee Time program yesterday and provided […]

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Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Arrests Douglasville, GA Man On Fugitive From Justice Warrant

(Seneca, SC)—————The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Douglasville, GA man over the weekend on a Fugitive from Justice warrant.  25 year old Elbert Mead Patterson was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center last Friday afternoon.  According to the arrest warrant obtained by the Sheriff’s Office, Patterson is a fugitive from justice from the state of Georgia having committed […]

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South Carolina Department Of Public Safety Reports Preliminary Total Of Seven People Killed On South Carolina Roadways This Past Weekend

(Seneca, SC)——–The South Carolina Department of Public Safety reports a preliminary number of seven persons were killed on South Carolina roadways this past weekend from the time period of 6pm, Friday, June 14th until just before midnight, Sunday, June 16th.  As of June 16th, 420 persons have died on South Carolina roadways so far this year, compared with 465 highway […]

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Oconee County Council Holds Regular Council Meeting Tonight At 6pm

(Seneca, SC)———–Oconee County Council will meet tonight for their regular meeting at 6pm in Council Chambers at the Administrative Offices on Pine Street.  Tonight, Council will have the third and final reading of the fiscal year 2020 budget for the School District of Oconee County.  Council will also go into executive session to discuss three economic development matters as well […]

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Clemson University Master’s In Architecture Students Recognized By The American Institute Of Architects Committee On The Environment

(Seneca, SC)————–Clemson University shared recently that for a third year in a row, Clemson’s Master in Architecture students have been recognized by the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment.  Clemson student produced two of the 10 winning proposals from across the country.  Among the winning Clemson University architecture students were Cameron Foster and Philip Riazzi for their project […]

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Sports Update For Tuesday, June 18th, 2019; South Carolina Basketball Announces Incoming Class For 2019-2020 Season

(Seneca, SC)——-Coach Frank Martin and the South Carolina basketball team announced their incoming class for the 2019-2020 season.  The seven member group is comprised of five freshman and two transfers, which includes former North Carolina Tar Heel and former two-time Mr. Basketball in the state of South Carolina, Seventh Woods. Woods was a member of North Carolina’s 2017 National Championship […]

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Clemson Faculty Member In College Of Education Co-Authors Book

(Seneca, SC)———-A faculty member in Clemson’s College of Education has co-authored a book with an associate professor of science education at the University of Pittsburgh.  Danielle Herro, associate professor of digital media and learning at Clemson, co-authored “An Educator’s Guide to STEAM: Engaging Students Using Real-World Problems,” which helps readers understand the STEAM framework in education.  STEAM is an educational […]

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