Rep. Duncan Calls for Investigation into Shooting of Fmr. Pres. Trump; Sen. Graham: Iconic Moment When Trump Got Back Up

Following the attempted assassination of former President Donald J. Trump at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania on July 13, 2024, Congressman Jeff Duncan has called for an Independent Commission to investigate the systemic failures in his protection. Duncan criticized federal agencies, including the Secret Service, for their inadequate security measures, highlighting the unpatrolled rooftop with a clear line of sight […]

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Deadly Collision Early Sunda in Anderson County

Lance Corp. Lena Butler with the SCHP says an investigation is underway into a fatal accident that took place early Sunday morning in Anderson County on Secondary Hwy 34/Concord Road near Sam McGee Road… The Anderson County Coroner announced late Sunday night that Brooklyn McKenzie Strawhorn, 29, has been identified as the victim. Strawhorn, who was found outside her vehicle […]

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Oconee Treasurer Announces Retirement

Oconee County Treasurer Greg Nowell announced his early retirement after 17 years in office, with his last day scheduled for July 26. In a letter to Governor Henry McMaster, Nowell expressed his decision to step down to focus on personal pursuits, citing his earlier choice not to seek reelection for a fifth term this year. Nowell, 73, highlighted his pride […]

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Clemson City Council Meeting This Evening

Tonight, Clemson City Council’s meeting will feature consecutive public hearings and a discussion on the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). At 5 p.m., the council will address an intergovernmental wastewater agreement for the Pendleton/Clemson Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant expansion involving Pendleton and Anderson County. Following at 5:30 p.m., another hearing will cover proposed amendments to city ordinances regarding non-residential setbacks […]

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Mayor Dan’s Summer Camp Debuts Next Week

Seneca will debut Mayor Dan’s Summer Camp from July 22-26, running daily from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Shaver Recreation Complex. Organized by Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander and led by Police Chief Casey Bowling, the camp offers sports, arts, and other activities for up to 200 registered children, with a $10 fee including lunch. Activities include flag football, […]

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Seneca Evaluating CAT Bus

City officials are currently evaluating the future of Seneca’s all-electric, free-fare CAT bus system, which has served the city for over a decade. According to City Administrator Scott Moulder, discussions are ongoing, and no final decisions have been made. Recent executive sessions with the city council have focused on a contract with CATbus, complicated by issues with Proterra, the bankrupt […]

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Congressman Duncan Calls on Nation to Pray for President Trump

Washington, D.C. — After the apparent assassination attempt on President Donald J. Trump in Butler, PA, Congressman Jeff Duncan released the following statement. “President Trump is an America-first patriot and a fighter for America,” said Congressman Jeff Duncan. “Tonight, we should lift up President Trump, his family, and our Nation in prayer.” “As reports come in, I’m thankful for the Secret […]

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Walhalla Talks Water, Lifts Outdoor Restrictions

Walhalla officials discussed water system issues, citing lack of rainfall, high temperatures, and increased demand. The Utilities Committee reviewed infrastructure projects, noting a recent outdoor water usage restriction due to drought, now lifted with ongoing conservation recommendations. City administrator Celia Myers highlighted a dangerously low water tank level. Interim utilities director Zane Thompson noted that while low water tanks are […]

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