Joseph Lee Donald

Townville, SC — Joseph Lee Donald, 36, husband of Josie Leigh Hollingsworth Donald, of 126 Sue Ella Court, Townville, passed away, Monday, May 14, 2018, at Oconee Memorial Hospital.   A native of Oconee County, SC, Mr. Donald was the son of Judy Cater Donald and the late Jack Andrew Donald. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps., […]

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Helen Busha

Westminster – Helen Wilson Busha, 82, wife Charles Raymond Busha, 947 Seed Farm Road, passed away Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at her residence.      A native of Oconee County, she was the daughter of the late Bewley and Glena Smith Wilson.  Mrs. Busha retired from Jantzen and was a member of Clearmont Baptist Church.      Survivors in addition […]

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Arline Learst

Fair Play – Arline Opal Learst, 87, widow of the late Leonard Jason Learst, 291 Cherokee Drive, passed away May 9, 2018 at her residence.      Born in Detroit MI, she was the daughter of the late James Peter and Idabel Hansen LaRowe.  Mrs. Learst was a homemaker and formerly worked for L & L Plumbing in Detroit, MI […]

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Edward Carnelies Hightower

West Union, SC — Edward Carnelies Hightower, 67, of 100 Woodland Way, West Union, passed away Sunday, April 29, 2018, at his home.   A native of Oconee County, SC, Mr. Hightower was the son of the late David Carnelies and Florence Ava Towe Hightower. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and worked in textiles.   Mr. Hightower […]

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Moulder Resigns

Oconee County is now looking for a candidate to fill its top position. Tuesday night, eight-year County Administrator Scott Moulder submitted his resignation to the Oconee County Council. Council Chair Edda Cammick made the motion. “I would like to make a motion to accept Mr. Moulder’s resignation and seek the appointment of an interim in his place based on the […]

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Governor to Meet & Greet in Seneca

South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster will be attending a Meet & Greet Breakfast at the Seneca Family Restaurant on By Pass 123, from 9-10 am this Saturday, may 5. The governor will discuss his background, what his administration has accomplished in the last year, and his vision for building upon that success to ensure South Carolina achieves even greater prosperity.

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Marijuana Operation Raided

On Monday, April 30, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement, South Carolina’s State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) and Georgia’s Department of Public Safety executed search warrants in Georgia and South Carolina, reports the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. This was a four month joint investigation into a sophisticated marijuana grow operation that is believed to have operated […]

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Charlene Glenn Herring

   Fair Play –Charlene Glenn Herring, 87, wife of the late Levis Wilson Herring, of 611 Hwy 182, passed away Monday April 30, 2018 at Seneca Health and Rehab.      Born in Anderson County, she was the daughter of the late Charlie and Lula Johnson Glenn.  Mrs. Herring was a retired nurse and worked at the Mays Clinic for […]

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Pauline Gurley Langston

Seneca – Pauline Gurley Langston, 83, wife of Charles Robert Langston, of 310 Horseshoe Drive, passed away Monday, April 30, 2018 at The Residences at Park Place.      Born in Dahlonega, GA, she was the daughter of the late William Weir Gurley and Ethel Baer Gurley.  Mrs. Langston was a retired school teacher who taught at Stephens County, Lumpkin […]

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Devone Waldo Felty, Jr.

Walhalla, SC — DeVone Waldo Felty, Jr., 82, husband of 30 years to Joyce Muller Felty, of 406 Coffee Road, Walhalla, passed away, Sunday, April 29, 2018, at his home.   A native of South Bend, IN and a resident of Oconee County, SC for 30 plus years, Mr. Felty was the son of the late DeVone Waldo Felty, Sr. […]

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