Hilliard Caston Barnett

West Union, SC —Hilliard Caston Barnett, 92, husband of the late Katherine McCall Barnett, of 127 Fernwood Drive, West Union, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at his home.   A native of De Funiak Springs, FL, Mr. Barnett was the son of the late Thomas Mason Barnett. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, participating in the Pacific […]

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Anderson School District 5 Technology Will Eliminate “Snow Days”

(story courtesy of Abe Hardesty, Anderson Independent Mail) Anderson School District 5 will be the first in South Carolina to try an eLearning program that will eliminate makeup days caused by bad weather. “With today’s technology, it makes so much sense, from the practical standpoint and financially,” said District 5 Superintendent Tom Wilson, who proposed the idea to the state’s […]

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City of Seneca Names New Museum Director

(story courtesy of www.wsnwradio.com) There is a new person running the City of Seneca’s museums and it is a familiar face, Nick McKinney, the former curator of the Scarborough-Hamer Collection. Seneca Mayor Dan Alexander gives details. “Nick has taken over the operation and the running of the Lunney. Dr. John Martin is still there. So, we are just excited Nick […]

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Betty Branham McCabe

Westminster – Betty Branham McCabe, 84, of 108 Jefferson Drive, passed away Tuesday, July 24, 2018.   Born in Columbia, SC, she was the daughter of the late Luther Thomas Branham and Beaulah Craft Branham.  Mrs. McCabe was retired from AT& T and worked in the communications department.   Survivors include her sons, David McCabe (Linda), Darren McCabe and wife […]

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Martha Moore

Salem, SC— Martha Jean Dodd Moore, 67, wife of Billy Littleton, of 320 Littleton Drive, Salem, passed away Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at her home.   A native of West Union, SC, Mrs. Moore was the daughter of the late Eugene Brock Dodd and Sarah Jane Bryson Dodd. She was the owner of Martha’s Market Place Café and lifetime member […]

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SDOC Looking for Bus Drivers

7/25/18 The School District of Oconee County is looking for bus drivers for the upcoming school year. Associate Superintendent of Administration, Steve Hanvey says starting pay is a little over $11 dollars per hour and drivers are guaranteed 6 hours per day and full benefits.  The district is offering a CDL Bus driver training class beginning August 6. To sign […]

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Seneca Teenager Arrested for Attempted Murder

7/25/18 (Story courtesy of www.wsnwradio.com) A Seneca teenager sits behind bars on two counts of attempted murder. The Central Police Department reports that 17-year-old Kevin Bernard Holden shot at two people over the weekend, injuring both of them. The incident occurred in the early-morning hours on Sunday at an address on Amanda Drive. Officers with the Central Police Department responded […]

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Everette Roger Blackwell

Westminster – Everette Roger Blackwell, 68, husband of Kathy Simmons Blackwell, of 141 Eva Frank Lane, passed away Monday, July 23, 2018 at Oconee Medical Center.      A native of Oconee County, he was the son of late Maltie Everette Blackwell and Easter Sarepta Carter Blackwell of Westminster.  Mr. Blackwell worked at the Beacon Mill and Jacob Chuck as […]

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Flexicrew Staffing Hiring Event in Cornelia

July 24, 2018   The Georgia Department of Labor is helping Flexicrew Staffing fill several positions in Eastanollee, Ga.   The event will be held Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. until noon at the Habersham Career Center, 215 Hodges Street, Suite 205, Cornelia.   Flexicrew representatives will be interviewing for machine operators, material handlers/forklift operators, brazers, CNC machine tool operators, […]

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