Seneca City Administrator Discusses East North First Street Road Improvements at Seneca Rotary Club

During last week’s Seneca Rotary Club meeting, Seneca City Administrator Scott Moulder discussed several topics, including his vision for the continued revitalization of downtown Seneca. One of the ideas that Moulder put forth was improvements in regards to a street-scape style project for East North First Street under the state’s Take Back Program.  According to Moulder, the state is trying […]

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Internship Opportunities Available This Summer in Offices for Senator Tim Scott

(Seneca, SC)———————The office of U.S. Senator Tim Scott has announced that they are accepting congressional internship applications for available positions in Senator Scott’s Washington, DC, North Charleston, Columbia and Greenville offices for the summer of 2019. According to the release, the internship program offers undergraduate and graduate students practical experience in constituent services, the legislative process, government policy and the […]

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County Council Chairman Addresses Search For New County Administrator; Sewer South Project

(Seneca, SC)———————Oconee County Council held a meeting this past Tuesday night and one topic of conversation continues to be the search for a new County Administrator. County Council chairman Julian Davis says that the job will be posted but Davis says the County Council will take their time. Davis completed the work of Interim Administrator Amanda Brock and the employees […]

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Seneca City Administrator Comments to Seneca Rotary About Potential Growth in Downtown Seneca

(Seneca, SC)—————-Seneca City Administrator Scott Moulder addressed a meeting of the Seneca Rotary Club Wednesday and talked about several issues. Moulder said that resolutions to issues involving the Haynes Building and the Kimbrell’s Building in downtown Seneca could be just around the corner. Moulder also talked about other buildings in downtown Seneca, including three buildings turned over where Keowee Brewery […]

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Executive Director of the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce Says County is Doing Well in Regards to Business and the Economy

(Seneca, SC)——————————Vanessa Penton, Executive Director of the Oconee County Chamber of Commerce, was a guest on Coffee Time on Thursday and one topic of conversation was the continued growth of Oconee County and continued good news about the economy. Vanessa says that around 85 new members joined the Chamber last year, most of those were new businesses with the majority […]

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Seneca Fire Department Responds To Thursday Lunch Hour Accident on Highway 123

(Seneca, SC)——————–The Seneca Fire Department responded yesterday to a two vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of Highway 123 at N. Radio Station Road. No injuries were reported. Units were dispatched to the call around 12:30pm, according to Seneca Fire Chief Richie Caudill. One vehicle, a white Toyota SUV, was on its side at the intersection, according to photo […]

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Pickens County Sheriff’s Office Terminates Detention Officer After SLED Investigation

(Seneca, SC)—————–The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office has announced that a Detention Officer has been fired for a violation of Sheriff’s Office policies after an investigation by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division. 23 year old Zachary Keith Blanton was hired by the Sheriff’s Office on June 18th, 2017 and was assigned to the Detention Center where he served as a […]

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FEMA Reimbursement Fuels Purchase of Radio Communication System For First Responders

(Seneca, SC)——————At this past Tuesday’s Oconee County Council Meeting, it was announced that a FEMA reimbursement of $71,000 will be used to for a radio communications system to help public safety officers. County Council Chairman Julian Davis talks about the importance of this communications system.  The County was reimbursed by FEMA, according to Davis, in regards to all the disaster […]

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