Busy Days for U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham

(Seneca, SC)——————U.S. Senator and Seneca native Lindsey Graham will lead a bipartisan Congressional delegation to attend this weekend’s Munich Security Conference. The MSC is considered the world’s leading forum for international security policy. Among the world leaders attending the conference will be Vice-President Mike Pence.  Senator Graham also spoke on the Senate floor yesterday in support of the nomination of […]

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School District Board of Trustees Meets Monday Night; Approval of Property for the New Seneca Middle School on the Agenda

(Seneca, SC)—————————-The School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees will hold their regular board meeting next Monday night at 6pm in the School Board Conference Room on South Pine Street in Walhalla. Among the items on the agenda will be the purchase approval of property for the new Seneca Middle School and based on information released by the School […]

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Seneca Women Advance to Third Round of AAA Upper State Playoffs; Seneca Men Face Clinton Tonight in Second Round Match-Up

The Seneca women’s basketball team has advanced to the third round of the AAA Upper State playoffs thanks to a 81-46 win last night over Chapman at Bobcat Gym. Anne-Hamilton Leroy led four Lady Cats in double figures with 25 points, while Kaliah Kendrick added 23 points. Tadija Brown and Caroline Crowe added 10 each for the Lady Bobcats.  Seneca […]

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Seneca Women and Seneca Men Set For Second Round Basketball Games in AAA Upper State Playoffs

(Seneca, SC)—————The Seneca women’s basketball team returns to action tonight in the second round of the AAA Upper State playoffs as they will host Chapman. The Lady Cats set up their meeting with Chapman with a 59-21 win over Indian Land Monday night. Meanwhile, Chapman defeated Union County 52-50 Monday evening. Tip-off time is set for 6:30pm with airtime here […]

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More Rain On the Way for the Already Drenched Golden Corner This Weekend and Next Week

(Seneca, SC)——————More rain is in the forecast for this weekend into next week here in Oconee County. The recent rain event we had this week produced 1.65 inches of percipitation and gave the Golden Corner almost 8.5 inches of rain for the year so far, according to our County weather observer, Barbara Wilson. Since January 1st, 2018, Oconee County has […]

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Pickens County Businessman Named to Tri-County Technical College Commission

Tri-County Technical College has announced that Jim Wanner of Clemson has been appointed to the Tri-County Technical College’s Commission, which is the nine-member governing board of the College.  The Pickens County Legislative Delegation recommended Mr. Wanner to the Governor. His appointment began January 31st, 2019 and his term expires April 1st, 2022.  Mr. Wanner is the founder of KeyMark, which […]

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