Two deaths at one location

Autopsies are planned to help in the investigation of two bodies found early today north of Walhalla in the Wolfstake Community.  Coroner Addis says the victims were two West Union men–one 45 years old; the other, 65.  EMS was called shortly after 7:45 am to an address on Pine Hollow Lane near Old Station Road.  Addis says the body of […]

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Spartanburg surgeon has a Seneca connection

Spartanburg physician Shannelle Campbell says being a surgeon allows her to combine her love of science and her desire to help people.  While attending Clemson University, Dr. Campbell earned a bachelor’s in biochemistry and volunteered at free clinics in Seneca and her hometown of Columbia.  One of her first rotations as a third-year medical student at Yale was in pediatric […]

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Child sex case announcement postponed

A statement scheduled to have been made today by the office of the U-S prosecutor in South Carolina about a continuing case of child sex trafficking which ensnared a man who had worked as a Fair-Oak Elementary school officer has been postponed.  Spokesman Derek Shoemake of the U-S Attorney’s Office said, “Our office has decided to wait until the last […]

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Counting those Baltimore birds

South Carolina takes pride in reporting the largest number of Baltimore orioles in the country.  And, for the first time, the annual survey received a report from Oconee County. The state DNR is interested in the status and distribution of the colorful songbirds that winter in South Carolina.  If you currently have Baltimore orioles coming to your feeders or have […]

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