Archive For April 2008

Clemson’s Taylor could create a whole new position

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When Rendrick Taylor moved from wide receiver to middle linebacker at the start of the spring, he did it for himself more than anything else.

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Mihaly, Mitchell lead Bobcats past Walhalla

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While the Walhalla High School softball team had won its last five games against cross-county rival Seneca, Bobcats’ pitcher Stephanie Mihaly mostly stayed off the mound to keep fresh for region play.

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Clemson president defends school’s financial practices

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Clemson University President James Barker has addressed a lawsuit involving the school’s financial practice via an internal e-mail.

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School District of Oconee County preparing for FY ’09 budget

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The first formal discussion of the School District of Oconee County’s fiscal year 2009 budget will take place Friday afternoon during a special called meeting between administrators and school board members.

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Another business on chopping block

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Seneca’s Ram Cat Alley vicinity took another hit this week.

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Rumsey startles Sandifer with candidacy

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Incumbent State Rep. Bill Sandifer, R-Seneca, said he was “very surprised” when he received a call Sunday from former Oconee County GOP chairman Ed Rumsey.

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Democrats expands leadership

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Oconee Democrats elected party officers, selected delegates to the state convention and passed a series of resolutions calling for a more progressive approach to governance during their annual convention Saturday.

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Digging up the past

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More than a dozen volunteers from Oconee and Pickens counties joined a state archeologist to dig for Cherokee remains last week at a fertile artifact site not far from Oconee Station.

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Damp weather doesn’t dampen Patrick Square groundbreaking

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Patrick Square President Michael Cheezem refused to allow Saturday’s rainy and cold weather to erase the smile evident on his face, the type that comes when a long anticipated event finally comes to fruition.

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Easy does it

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Paw’s Diner is a fantastic place to cheat on your diet, nurse a hangover or just plain live a little.

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