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“Wood Toys by Noel” kits are now available at the Walterboro BiLo.
“This will be a test program for both companies,” said toymaker Noel Ison. “Wood Toys by Noel will be testing its new STEM Project lineup of toys, and … Read the rest
By CINDY CROSBY
Walterboro March for Babies Kickoff meeting was held Tuesday Feb. 13 at the Colleton Museum and Farmers Market. This year’s event is planned for Saturday April 14 at the Museum with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m. … Read the rest
By CINDY CROSBY
Walterboro OB/GYN Colleton Medical Center hosted a reception at the Colleton Museum and Farmers Market Wednesday Jan. 31, introducing the new patient-centered model for prenatal care called CenteringPregnancy. Walterboro OB/GYN plans to launch CenteringPregnancy in June … Read the rest
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) will conduct an annual Baltimore Oriole Winter Survey Feb. 16-19 in conjunction with the Great Backyard Bird Count. The state natural resources agency is interested in the status and distribution of these … Read the rest
The South Carolina Department of Agriculture (SCDA) will hold waste pesticide collections on Feb. 20 in St. Matthews and Feb. 21 in Hollywood.
The Feb. 20 collection will take place from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Middling Cotton, 3401 Bridge Street … Read the rest
Matt Mardell, director the Colleton Museum, Farmers Market and Commercal Kitchen facility, is in Washington, D.C. for an appearance at the National Press Club Tuesday morning.
The press briefing will be telecasted live Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. … Read the rest
Scott Steedly’s vision for the seed money provided from the Feeding Innovation sought to play a role in growing one of the nation’s lagging crops: small farmers.
Steedly’s non-profit, International Center for Sustainability, Inc. would primarily focus on education of … Read the rest
Cathy Nelson’s STEAM Works Farm is introducing aquaponics to South Carolina.
Actually her effort is reintroducing, not introducing aquaponics to the state. No one is doing aquaponics locally at the moment.
Though her research Nelson, who has a Native American … Read the rest
Ian Dillinger came to the Feeding Innovations Pitch Night bearing gifts. He brought along samples of the types of food his Instinct Earth would provide customers.
Dillinger, who lives along the banks of the Edisto River, was seeking the seed … Read the rest
By CINDY CROSBY
1. SIGNED. SEALED. DELIVERED.
Colleton County Cougar Baseball captures Region 8-AAAA Championship, District VIII Championship and advances to game two in the Lower-State Playoffs
April 22, 2017. It is a beautiful Saturday afternoon at Cougar Park … Read the rest
By CINDY CROSBY
The Colleton County Animal Care and Control is seeing an influx of hounds being brought to the shelter by concerned citizens – many of which are emaciated and in need of immediate care to survive. Since … Read the rest
“In the fall of 1775, the manager of Baltimore’s largest hotel refused lodging to a man dressed as a farmer. The manager thought that [the farmer’s] lowly appearance would discredit his inn. The man left and found a room in … Read the rest
Situations often present themselves to us as Christians to be used by God, and sometimes we do not allow God to use us where He needs us.
We tend to pick and choose in which situations we will be witnesses … Read the rest
By GEORGE SALSBERRY
A journey that Nick Fanchette began when he was seven years old reached its destination earlier this month.
On Nov. 5 in the ballroom of the local Elks Lodge, Fanchette became an Eagle Scout as his … Read the rest
The South Carolina Department of Education and State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman are pleased to release the 2016-2017 state report cards for South Carolina schools and districts. The 2017 Report Cards can be viewed here.
“Report cards play … Read the rest
THE COLLETON COUNTY ARTS COUNCIL CLASSES for November include: Nov. 8, Pen and Ink with Ember Estridge, 5:30 p.m., 16 and up, $20, theme, “Tire Swing;” Nov. 13, Pen and Ink with Ember Estridge, 5:30 p.m., 16 and up, $20, … Read the rest
Protecting programs that feed hungry kids such as SNAP
Although food insecurity affects more than 17% of people in South Carolina, it is often hard to see. When a child can’t focus at school because they didn’t have … Read the rest
No matter where Bishop Lewis Taylor lived, his hometown always called him back.
The afternoon of Oct. 2, God called him to His heavenly home.
Taylor, 80, suffered a heart attack while shopping and was pronounced dead Oct. 2 at … Read the rest
Disabled Outfitters of Williams will hold its 14th annual hunt for those with disabilities on Oct. 20-21 in Williams.
In addition to the two hunts, a raffle, silent auction and pig pickin’ will be held Saturday night. All events are … Read the rest
Mosquito-borne disease affects humans as well as horses.
One horse in the Cottageville area and two more in the Walterboro area have been confirmed to be infected with West Nile Virus. Transmitted by mosquitoes, the virus also effects humans and … Read the rest
From Sheriff R.A. Strickland:
On Sept. 11, Tropical Storm/Hurricane Irma passed to the left of our county producing storm surge, heavy rains and high winds. This caused county-wide flooding, downed trees and downed power lines. The Colleton County Sheriff’s Office … Read the rest
A common statement among our youth is, “Some people just keep drama going!” The sad part about this is that it is true.
“Lady Gossip,” “Ms. Rumors,” and “Mr. Drama” have a tendency to keep traveling long distances, but they … Read the rest
Our pets are important members of our families. Just like all members of a family, it is important to include them in our disaster preparation plans. The likelihood of a pet surviving a disaster depends largely on the planning done … Read the rest
The USEF Equine Disaster Relief Fund put out a call to the equestrian community on Monday to donate towards hurricane aid and relief for horses in the Houston, Tx., area and the response has been remarkable. Since that call to … Read the rest
By CINDY CROSBY
The South Carolina High School League (SCHSL) denied 12 of 13 appeals heard Wednesday Aug. 23 regarding the most recent proposed realignment for high schools — including Colleton County High School. In the current proposal, Colleton … Read the rest
The South Carolina Emergency Management Division is monitoring a tropical storm system that could affect parts of the state’s coast. As a result of the storm’s projected movement up the east coast, key local and state agencies have been notified … Read the rest
Two local authors write book to help deal with life’s challenges.
Shiela Keaise has published numerous books over the years, but they were all children’s books.
This all changed with the publication of her newest book with co-author Magdline Monroe. … Read the rest
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