Archive For January 2009

Walhalla boys win Apple Classic

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The Walhalla High School boys’ basketball defeated Hamilton Heights (Tenn.) by a final score of 63-53 on Wednesday night in the championship game of the Apple Classic Holiday Hoops Tournament in Walhalla.

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Daniel girls capture second straight Apple Classic title

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In just her second year at the helm of the Daniel High School girls’ basketball program, Jody Powell has seen a massive change in the culture of the Lions.

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Unemployment checks will be in the mail

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Jobless workers applying for benefits at the local One-Stop Workforce Center on Wednesday afternoon breathed a collective sigh or relief knowing there will be money available to pay out unemployment checks after all.

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‘What I was meant to do’

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Years ago, B.J. McClure had just lost his job in the manufacturing industry and wasn’t sure where to go.

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Man arrested for repeated criminal domestic violence

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A domestic altercation allegedly over Xanax on Tuesday resulted in the arrest of a Seneca man for criminal domestic violence.

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Here are some of the top stories in education that affected the Upstate in 2008:

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Funds lost

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Science Fair winners

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Northside Elementary School recently held its annual science fair as winners were recognized in grades 3 through 5 as well as an overall winner.

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Family ties her to ultimate love — antiques

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The feeling of nostalgia incorporates several emotions. For Mary Alice Rawson, her love for antiques started at a young age, after the loss of her mother when she was just five years old.

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Hometown Hero: Sergeant First Class Brian Addis and CPT Bo Thomas

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Brian Addis is an E-7, Sergeant First Class in the US Army. He has been in the Army over 13 years. He is a Combat Communications Specialist, working mainly with secure communications. This could be with satellite, cell phone or radio communications in the theatre.

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Seneca Rotary Club’s October students of the month

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Pictured are Seneca Rotary Club’s October students of the month. From left: Lucas Dean, Code Elementary; Brooke Robinson, Seneca Middle; Justin Walker, Seneca High;

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