Archive For December 2009

‘Safety net’ catches minivan in I-85 crash

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Median safety wires are being credited for the fact that there were no injuries in this one-vehicle accident on Interstate 85 near Exit 4 on Thanksgiving Day.

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Clemson City Hall project moving along

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Despite rain hampering the Clemson City Hall expansion project, City Engineer Kent Guthrie is hopeful that the first phase involving parking lot expansion can be completed next week.

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Tax bills questioned in Oconee County

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In a tight economy, people tend to pay attention to pocketbook issues.

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Oconee planners have say on capital projects

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The Oconee County Planning Commission put Emergency Services Director Rodney Burdette on the hot seat Monday night.

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Treasurer to push credit card option in Oconee County

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Six Oconee County department heads would like to see their offices be able to accept credit card payments.

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Investigation into Utica-area man’s murder wrapping up

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Investigators are still speaking to witnesses and tying up any possible loose ends, but all indications are that the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is confident the investigation of Joe Bentley Gulledge’s murder has uncovered what happened Friday night.

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Seneca Middle School leaders tops in their profession

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When it comes to leadership, Seneca Middle School Principal Al LeRoy and Guidance Counselor Chris Parker are without equal throughout the state, and individual honors recently bestowed on the pair are proof positive of that.

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Drogba wants to avoid Brazil, England in WCup draw

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Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba hopes Friday’s World Cup draw is kinder to his team than four years ago and allows it to avoid the major powers in the group stage in South Africa.

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NASCAR champ donates almost $1 million to schools

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NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson on Monday awarded nearly $1 million in education grants to school districts in California, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

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Blackhawks home after long 4-1-1 road swing

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Marian Hossa’s debut with the Chicago Blackhawks six days ago was a hit, a two-goal performance in a rout of the Western Conference-leading San Jose Sharks.

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