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Angel Plate Ministry feeds bodies and souls

The meal delivery program, based out of Cottageville United Methodist Church, “is not only feeding our community with homemade, healthy food, it’s feeding our community with love, hope [and] fellowship by God’s grace,” founder Gena Reeves said.

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Feeding Innovation feeds dreams | News | The Press and Standard

John Loyd walked out of the Dec. 12 Feeding Innovation Pitch Night with a check for $12,500, several other of the food entrepreneurs in the competition left with Walterboro Assistant City Manager Hank Amundson’s business card.
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St. Jude’s youth feed Cougars | News | The Press and Standard

The youth of St. Jude’s church prepared dinner for the Colleton County Cougar football team Wednesday night in the school cafeteria. “We appreciate this. Thank you for coming out and helping our team,” said Cougar Head Football Coach Coby Peeler. … Read the rest


Douglas Lodge 277 feeds Cougars | Sports | The Press and Standard

On Saturday Aug. 26, Douglas Lodge 277 will host a “Family Fun Day’ in the Catholic Hill community.

By CINDY CROSBY
cindyc4@yahoo.com

The Douglas Lodge 277, a division of First Masonic District 1 of South Carolina, provided a hot dog … Read the rest


SCDNR says take down birdfeeders if a black bear is visiting your neighborhood | News | The Press and Standard

Biologists with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) are reporting increased black bear activity throughout the state, and they urge people who live in these areas of bear activity to go ahead and remove their birdfeeders.

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Feeding summer hummingbirds provides entertainment and beauty | News | The Press and Standard

Hummingbirds, which artist John J. Audubon called “glittering fragments of the rainbow,” are once again darting around flowers and feeders in South Carolina, say state natural resources officials.

“Hummingbirds are as fascinating to study as they are beautiful to watch,” … Read the rest


30-Hour Famine: Feeding the soul, not the body | News | The Press and Standard

By GEORGE SALSBERRY

gsalsberry@lowcountry.com

The youngsters participating in Living Word Church’s 30-Hour Famine last weekend celebrated the end of their fast with communion.

Communion was followed with a fast-breaking dinner of barbecue, rice (both red and white) and vegetable soup … Read the rest


Church, local restaurants feed 280 SCE&G linemen | News | The Press and Standard

Nearly 300 SCE&G workers got a place to eat and relax after a hard day, thanks to the Walterboro Christian Center.
The center donated the use of its 8,000 sq.ft. banquet hall, as well as the church parking lot where … Read the rest


Restaurant feeds over 1,500 National Guardsmen | News | The Press and Standard

Fat Jack’s Grillin’ and Chillin’ served meals to over 1,500 National Guardsmen from across the country during the weekend of Hurricane Matthew.

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Grant’s return at QB feeds Cougars | Sports | The Press and Standard

Colleton County 28, Cane Bay 54

By CINDY CROSBY
cindyc4@yahoo.com
Photos by JIM KILLIAN

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Farmers Market wants public feedback | News | The Press and Standard

By GEORGE SALSBERRY
gsalsberry@lowcountry.com
The Colleton Museum and Farmers Market is looking for some feedback.
The farmers market, which has operated out of the museum complex for the past four years, has teamed with the newest facet of the museum … Read the rest


Feeding the hungry | News | The Press and Standard

Recently, Laura Clark’s fourth period Social Entrepreneur Class raised money for St. Jude’s Episcopal Church’s annual Thanksgiving dinner. The fundraiser included paracord bracelets and paracord key chains, all made by the students. In 11 days, Oct. 16-Nov. 3, the students … Read the rest


Communication is the key in preparing for emergencies

The walls are going to come down at the Emergency Operations Center.
After working through the preparations for Hurricane Florence, Deputy Chief David Green, who leads Fire-Rescue’s Emergency Management Division, said the the banks of cubicles assigned to those working … Read the rest


Farm damage assessment form for farmers available

CLEMSON — The storm will pass. Then comes the work of assessing the deluge of damage.

A single damage assessment form for farmers — available online now — will help gather information that state and federal officials can use to … Read the rest


Take a seat at the table

A small army of local and state officials, representatives from businesses and volunteers make up the team called up when a natural or man-made disaster threatens Colleton County.
Colleton County Fire-Rescue Deputy Chief David Greene explains that those at work … Read the rest


Information for residents after Tropical Depression Florence

Residents affected by Tropical Depression Florence should continue monitoring local news sources and verified, official social media feeds for the most up-to-date information about communities and what to do when returning home.

Returning Home

At the request of local officials, … Read the rest


Thirteen hours in Green Pond

The last of the Colleton County Fire-Rescue personnel dispatched to the fire that destroyed a massive residence at Myrtle Grove Plantation left the scene 13 hours after the first fire call.
A resident of the home at 6938 White Hall … Read the rest


Hurricane preparedness guidance for livestock owners

Hurricane season is a good time to dust off your farm-specific emergency response plan.

Preparation:
The most common threats affecting herds are flooding and downed fences. Fallen trees, collapsed structures and barbed wire fence-induced animal injuries are also commonly cited. … Read the rest


Farmers can apply online now for hurricane damage

The storm will pass. Then comes the work of assessing the deluge of damage.

A single damage assessment form for farmers — available online now — will help gather information that state and federal officials can use to speed … Read the rest


Firefighter returns from Colorado fires

Scott O’Quinn got back to sea level on Aug. 28.
O’Quinn returned to work as a battalion chief with Colleton County Fire-Rescue after spending two weeks in the high country of Colorado battling wild land fires.
In the six years … Read the rest


Letters to the Editor

Thank you
Dear Editor:
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 12102 and Auxiliary of Colleton County would like to give a great big “thank you” to all who came out and supported our fundraiser on July 20.
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Reflections of an adult library volunteer

By WAYNE GARRETT
Summer reading volunteer

As I sit here on the front porch swing watching all my fine-feathered friends fly in to eat at the feeders, I begin to recall my experiences as an adult volunteer this summer at … Read the rest


Author speaks to members of Cottageville Book Club

By JULIE HOFF
widdleswife@aol.com

 

Laughter filled a meeting room at the Colleton County Library’s Cottageville branch Saturday during its first-ever book club meeting.

The featured author was Charleston resident and New York Times best-selling author Andra Watkins. Her wry, … Read the rest


THIS WEEK   

S.C. SALES TAX FREE WEEKEND 2018 will be Aug. 3-5 beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Friday and ending at midnight Sunday. A variety of back-to-school items are exempt from the state’s 6% sales tax on these three days. A list … Read the rest


Keep lights off to protect hatching babies

Early on Sunday, July 8, the first hatch of the year happened on Edisto Island, where sea turtle volunteers on their daily morning patrol were lucky enough to witness 109 hatchling loggerheads emerge from the nest. About a dozen nests … Read the rest


Community holds picnic

The first community picnic gathering was held July 7 at the intersection of Grace, Chapman and Francis streets with Padgett Loop in Walterboro.
“A group of us got together and decided to get the community back together again and let … Read the rest


Relief from the heat: Pops with Cops

Walterboro police were out in the community last week, offering young residents a little relief from the heat.
“Pops with Cops” paid visits to 13 locations during the week, handing out popsicles and other treats to the city’s youngsters.
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Preparing for hurricane season: Changes in county’s plans

Emergency Operations plan completely
revised, new shelters chosen.

Colleton County’s preparations for the hurricane season contain two changes that focus on providing emergency shelter.
“We’ve just completed a total revision of the county’s Emergency Operations Plan with the assistance of … Read the rest


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