Sports Update For Friday, October 18th, 2019; Seneca and powdersville square off in western AAA GAme Tonight

(Seneca, SC)———-The Seneca Bobcats and the Powdersville Patriots will square off tonight in a Western AAA conference game at Bobcat Stadium at Tom Bass Field. Powdersville Coach Robert Mustar has high praise for the Seneca football team and the Seneca program in general. Coach Mustar believes that Seneca Coach David Crane has them going in the right direction. “They’ve always […]

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Oconee County Council passes action items this week as it relates to chau ram and high falls county parks

(Seneca, SC)————Oconee County Council passed an action item this week at their regularly scheduled meeting for construction projects involving Chau Ram and High Falls County Parks, which will entail a new office and ADA restrooms at Chau Ram and a new park shelter and storage at High Falls. The total award amount was for over $900,000 dollars, with the money […]

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School District of Oconee County Board of trustees to hole regularly scheduled meeting monday night at 6pm

(Seneca, SC)—The School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees will be holding their regular board meeting next Monday at 6pm in the School Board Conference Room. Among the items on the agenda will be second reading approval for the bus safety program, for Medical Homebound Instruction and for School Resource Officers. The School Board will also go into executive […]

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26th annual Pickens County Habitat for Humanity house building underway on clemson university campus

(Seneca, SC)——–Next week is Homecoming week in Clemson, and to help celebrate, the 26th annual Pickens County Habitat for Humanity house building collaboration will be held. In fact, the build began Wednesday on Bowman Field on the Clemson University campus. Over the past 25 years, the Clemson community has built 26 homes that are still occupied. Clemson University’s Habitat for […]

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Sports update For Thursday, October 17th, 2019; Daniel prepares for Conference match-up against Walhalla Friday night

(Seneca, SC)——–The West-Oak Warriors will look to rebound from their loss to Seneca last week as they travel to Liberty tomorrow night to take on the Red Devils in a Region 1-AAA Conference game. Liberty is a game ahead of West-Oak in the conference standings right now. “I think these three games that our team has a very good chance […]

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Duke Energy announces Temporary closure of FAll Creek Access area (South) to install fencing; closure begins sunday, October 27th

(Seneca, SC)———Duke Energy has announced in a press release yesterday that starting Sunday, October 27th, Fall Creek Access Area (South) will be closed temporarily to install fencing. According to the press release, the installation of the fencing is to prevent pedestrian access to the peninsula from the main access parking lot. Duke Energy is also scheduled to do some shoreline […]

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Seneca City Administrator Discusses Settlement involving harper’s building downtown on coffee time

(Seneca, SC)————Yesterday, City of Seneca Administrator Scott Moulder commented on the Coffee Time program on the approval by a judge of the settlement between the family of the late Elford Haynes and the city of Seneca in regards to the old Harper’s building in downtown. “I think it is a settlement agreement that both parties are happy with and I […]

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