Sports Update for Wednesday, February 20th: Seneca Men’s Basketball Falls One Game Short of Upper State Championship Game

The Seneca Men’s Basketball team fell one game short of the AAA Upper State Championship Game last night after a 66-60 loss to Chester.  Jared Rogers led Seneca in scoring with 23 points. Leon Goldsborough led four Chester players in double figures with 16 points.  The Upper State Championship Games are set for this weekend at the Bon Secours Wellness […]

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Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Announces Additional Arrest in “Operation Broken Heart”

(Seneca, SC)———————–The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has announced an additional arrest in the agencies latest drug sweep, which is entitled “Operation Broken Heart” due to the beginning of the operation in proximity to Valentine’s Day last week. The additional arrest brings the total number of arrests in the operation to twelve. The majority of arrests so far have been related […]

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Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Charges Westminster Man with Domestic Violence – High and Aggravated Charge

(Seneca, SC)————————An investigation into a reported hit and run automobile accident by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office led deputies to obtain an arrest warrant charging a Westminster man with Domestic Violence – High and Aggravated. 33 year old Edmond Joshua Eric Sexton was arrested Sunday morning and is accused by deputies of ramming a vehicle containing his wife and three […]

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Pickens County Coroner’s Office Among Agencies Investigating Fatal House Fire in Easley

(Seneca, SC)——————-The Pickens County Coroner’s Office, along with the Easley Police Department and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, are investigating a house fire in which a 64 year old Easley man died. The incident occurred around 3:01pm yesterday at a residence on North 7th Street in Easley. According to Pickens County Coroner Kandy Kelley, the victim, Donnie Rider, was […]

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South Carolina U.S. Senator Tim Scott Introduces and Co-Sponsors Legislation Passed in the U.S. Senate

(Seneca, SC)—————-The U.S. Senate recently passed legislation proposed by South Carolina U.S. Senator Tim Scott. According to a release from the Senator’s Office, the Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park Act was part of a larger federal lands package. According to the release, Senator Scott’s bill will revamp protections overseeing some of the Palmetto State’s most historic locations, […]

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School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees Approves Purchase of Land for New Seneca Middle School

(Seneca, SC)———————–A process that began last summer to find land to build a new Seneca Middle School is one step closer to reality after the School District of Oconee County Board of Trustees approved 5-0 last night to purchase property at Wells Highway at Garrison Road in Seneca for the new school that is scheduled to be completed as soon […]

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Sports Update For Tuesday, February 19th; Seneca Women Fall To Keenan In AAA Upper State Playoffs

(Seneca, SC)———————-The Seneca women’s basketball team’s quest for a third straight trip to the Upper State Championship game was halted last night in Bobcat Gym by Keenan. The Lady Raiders went on the road and defeated the Lady Cats in the third round of the AAA Upper State playoffs 79-67. The Lady Cats were down by as many as twenty […]

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The South Carolina Highway Patrol Investigating Fatal Accident in Anderson County

(Seneca, SC)———————The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating a three vehicle fatal collision that occurred yesterday afternoon around 4:30 pm in Anderson County on Highway 24 near Wham Road which is just west of the city of Anderson. According to Lance Corporal Gary Miller, the driver of a 2004 Ford Taurus traveling east on Highway 24 went left of center […]

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