Oconee Job Fair Information and Participants

Oconee Job Fair proudly presented by the Oconee Chamber of Commerce and the Oconee Economic Alliance When: August 31st from 4pm to 7pm Where: Shaver Complex in Seneca Over 250 Jobs Available Bring your resume/Instant Interviews/Dress for Success Visit with the following companies to learn about career opportunities. Schneider Electric RBC Aerostructures Borg Warner HTI Employment Solutions Tri-County Technical College […]

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Seneca Police Department gives update on stabbing death

The Seneca Police Department reports the stabbing incident late Thursday night that resulted in the death of Thomas Ivester Mark has undergone preliminary review by the 10th Circuit Solicitor’s Office for consideration of any applicable charges. At this point in the investigation, the solicitor has opined that no charges should be filed at this time based on a probable “self […]

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JOB HELP WORKSHOP FOR THOSE 50 AND OLDER

If you are 50 year of age or older and need job help, Tri-County Technical College wants to assist you. The following workshop takes place next week “FREE BACK TO WORK 50+ Smart Strategies for 50+ Jobseekers. It will be held at the Anderson Workforce Center from 2-4 pm Thursday, August 4. Offered at no charge, this workshop will inform […]

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NO POLITICAL COMEBACK FOR E. RILEY

At the noon hour today, candidate qualifying opens for Seneca’s March 8 election. Expiring are the seats of Mayor Dan Alexander and four councilmen–Joel Ward, Al Gaines, Ronnie O’Kelley, and Anthony Smith. Alexander says he’ll be a candidate for re-election. Ward, Gaines, O’Kelley, and Smith are also eligible to run again. Not running this year is a familiar face to […]

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OC Schools on 2 Hour Delay, but…

Oconee County Schools are on a two hour delay on Thursday February 19th. Faculty and Staff should report at normal time. Parents can drop off at normal time for supervised educational time until 10am. This should help parents who report to work at normal times. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 9:45am. The normal school day under a 2 […]

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OC Chamber to cut ribbon on H&R Block

Celebrate the grand opening of the new offices of H&R Block in downtown Westminster. The Oconee County Chamber of Commerce announces a ribbon cutting and open house is planned for Thursday, Dec. 18 at 5:30pm. “Please join Helen Westmoreland and the H&R Block staff as we cut the ribbon on their new office in Westminster. Come help us celebrate this […]

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Keowee Elementary breaks Food Drive Record

The annual food drive at Keowee Elementary School, hosted by the Service Learning Club, exceeded last year’s total. Culminating on Nov. 14, students collected 1,532 food items and $152 to be donated to the food pantry operated by Walhalla’s St. Luke United Methodist Church. Service Learning Club members and their parents helped pack boxes for the pantry. Students set the […]

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Oconee County Election Results

**UNOFFICIAL Results** **Only Oconee County Races and for complete statewide results go to scvotes.org** Local Races: U.S. Senate: V.Kocher (L) 2.25% T.Ravenel (P) 5.17% B.Hutto (D) 17.45% L.Graham (R) 73.19 U.S. House or Rep District 3 BJ Mullis (D) 23.48% J.Duncan (R) 76.45% State House or Rep District 2 : B.Sandifer (R) 98% Probate Jurdge : K.Johns 99% County Council […]

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