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Talking school safety

The evening of Feb. 5 Colleton County School District kicked off its latest effort to interact with the community.
The school district’s first Community Conversation held in the cafeteria of the Colleton County Middle School focused on the issue of … Read the rest

Is this a guy thing? | Column

Do you use the same knife twice?

Last Saturday, I was conducting important research online—how many calories are in a cucumber?–when my husband, Widdle Baby, let out a bellow in the kitchen. Now, Widdle bellows when he’s happy, sad, confused, … Read the rest

Beginner Beekeepers class planned Jan. 26


Do you have an interest in becoming a beekeeper or learning more about hives? The Low Country Bee Keepers will hold a Beginners’ Beekeeper Class Saturday Jan. 26 at Bee City, 1066 Holly Ridge Ln., Cottageville. … Read the rest

Encalade scores 56 points for Cougars on the week


The Colleton County Cougar varsity boys basketball team went 2-1 on the week, picking up wins over Battery Creek (52-43) and Williston-Elko (60-43) and falling to Wade Hampton (61-49) in the final game of the week. … Read the rest

Don’t give babies pacifiers with honey

The FDA is reminding parents and caregivers not to give honey to infants or children younger than one year of age. This includes pacifiers filled with or dipped in honey.

The FDA has received reports from the state of TexasRead the rest

Saints Center holds Thanksgiving dinner


Saints Center Ministries, 106 Colson St., partnered with the Lowcountry Food Bank on Saturday Nov. 10 to help provide food to local residents through the “Feed. Advocate. Empower” campaign. In a “Hunger Touches Us All” effort, … Read the rest

Students attend national FFA convention

Twelve Colleton FFA (Future Farmers of America) students from the Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center attended the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind.
The students visited with colleges, technical schools and companies from across the United States. The students … Read the rest

Returning to his roots: Reid started program in 1998


With a long coaching history that includes helping establish the soccer program for Walterboro High School and Colleton County, Brian Reid will be returning to his roots this spring as the head varsity coach for the … Read the rest

Reid named soccer coach

Returning to his roots: Reid started program in 1998.


With a long coaching history that includes helping establish the soccer program for Walterboro High School and Colleton County, Brian Reid will be returning to his roots … Read the rest

It’s praying time! Pray until something happens

Eleven parishioners murdered and six injured in Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa. Pipe bombs sent to former President and Mrs. Obama and former President and Mrs. Clinton, among other political figures. Two shoppers murdered at a Kroger Grocery … Read the rest

Promoting baby health care

State Sen. Margie Bright Matthews teamed up with Molina Healthcare of South Carolina and various local organizations to host a free baby shower for new and expecting moms from Walterboro and the surrounding area at the Coastal Outback building on … Read the rest

What to do when a bat is inside your home

With Halloween tonight, many people decorate their homes with spider webs, skeletons and bats. Plastic bats serve as great decorations, but what should you do if you find yourself with a live bat inside your home?

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Combating infant mortality: Sign up for baby shower by Oct. 15

A free baby shower planned for the Coastal Outback at 2269 Jefferies Highway for Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon represents a unified effort to shrink Colleton County’s infant mortality rate.

The event is open to the public, but … Read the rest

Baby Carrots with Dill Butter

1 (16 ounce) package baby carrots
2 tablespoons margarine
1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Place carrots in a saucepan … Read the rest

Florence changes school calendar

The members of Colleton County School Board signed off on changes to the school calendar during the Sept. 18 meeting to address the loss of four school days to Hurricane Florence and next year’s graduation.
Colleton County School District Superintendent … 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.

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

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