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Ways to help horses in Texas | News | The Press and Standard

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

CCHS decides to wait to appeal move into Region 7-AAAAA | News | The Press and Standard


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

SCEMD statement on storm | News | The Press and Standard

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

Words of encouragement: Two publish new book | News | The Press and Standard

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

Will eclipse draw out Bigfoot? Three Colleton sightings reported in past | News | The Press and Standard

Will the eclipse force Bigfoot out of the woods?
Probably not, but stories have been circulating on the web involving law enforcement encouraging people not to shoot at any potential Bigfoots during Monday’s dark phase.
However, over the years, there … Read the rest

Cougar Football to go Facebook LIVE | Sports | The Press and Standard


The Colleton County Cougar Football broadcast is back for the 2017 season, but will be using a different medium to bring its listeners the live play-by-play broadcast on Friday evenings. Greg Pryor and “Coach” Joe Ritter … Read the rest

Sharing Walterboro’s story in D.C. | News | The Press and Standard

Walterboro’s success in growing the local food economy was highlighted at the national Local Foods, Local Places summit in Washington, D.C. last month.
Matt Mardell, director of the Colleton Museum and Farmers Market, attended the summit to share Walterboro’s story.… Read the rest

Gigi Toshou anyone? | News | The Press and Standard

Second comic book convention to be Aug. 5 at the Colleton County Library.

The second installment of The Low Country Gigi Toshou Con will take over the Colleton County Memorial Library on Aug. 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.… Read the rest

Bishop Lewis Taylor retiring after 52 years | News | The Press and Standard

It’s been 52 years since Bishop Lewis Taylor first stood in the pulpit. And on July 16, he will stand, officially, in that pulpit for the last time.

“I’ve been pastoring now at this church (Saints Center Ministry) for 42 … Read the rest

Historical Bluefield Farms is Tuten family legacy | News | The Press and Standard


Bluefield Farms in Jacksonboro is many things: A prime example of agricultural diversity, historically important, and home to three generations of the Tuten family.

The farm has been in the family for a century. “My grandfather … Read the rest

Building bookworms: CCSD holding ACE Basin inspired reading camp | News | The Press and Standard


The Colleton County School District, in partnership with Read to Succeed and Title One, is holding summer reading camp for 151 rising third and fourth graders from across the district to improve reading skills.

The theme … Read the rest

Economy rebound eases budget concerns for Colleton County | News | The Press and Standard


Colleton County officials built a 2017-2018 fiscal year budget that takes advantage of a strengthening revenue stream — a strengthening that enabled officials to enter the next fiscal year without the need to increase property taxes … Read the rest

Night Walk on Edisto Beach | News | The Press and Standard


For many of us, taking a night stroll on Edisto Beach is nothing out of the ordinary. After all, we call Edisto, and its many treasures, our own.

Although there is always something to fall in … Read the rest

Angels to play Bluffton in best-of-three series at ACE Basin Center | Sports | The Press and Standard


Colleton County Parks and Recreation Dixie Angels will begin competition in the District X-Play Tournament Thursday June 22 at 6 p.m. at the ACE Basin Sports Complex.

The Angels will play a best-of-three series against Bluffton … Read the rest

Clark’s social entrepreneurship class presents Capstone Projects | News | The Press and Standard


Colleton County High School students participating in the class Intro to Social Entrepreneurship, taught by Cougar New Tech Facilitator Laura Clark, presented their Capstone Projects last Tuesday May 23 to peers and community members. Clark’s class … Read the rest

South Carolina has largest number of wintering orioles for third year in a row | News | The Press and Standard

Long known for its hospitality to visiting Northerners, South Carolina can now claim to be the state where Baltimore Orioles feel most at home during the winter.

 For the third year in a row, South Carolina had the largest number … Read the rest

Sporting a cure for cancer | News | The Press and Standard

Relay for Life draws crowd
in support of cancer prevention.



“Sporting a Cure for Cancer” was the theme of this year’s Relay for Life of Colleton County held Friday … Read the rest

Carl Edward Crosby | Obituaries | The Press and Standard


Care of Parker-Rhoden Funeral Home 

WALTERBORO:Mr. Carl Edward Crosby passed away at his home Sunday evening, April 17, 2017 after an extended illness, under the care of Hospice of Charleston. He was 76.

Carl was born in … Read the rest

Locked up, but not locked out | Faith | The Press and Standard

When a loved one is incarcerated, not only is that individual incarcerated, but so is his family as well. The incarcerated one loses freedom, and so does the family, but in a different way.
Even though people commit crimes and … Read the rest

A story of jealousy and success | Faith | The Press and Standard

One of the most intriguing, inspirational stories in the Bible is the one about Jacob and his family, with an enlightening focus on one of his sons, Joseph (Genesis 37-50). Because of space and time, I will not be able … Read the rest

Council receives career center update | News | The Press and Standard

Palmetto Training’s Eddie Jackson came to Colleton County Council’s March 7 session to update council members on the vocational education efforts at the Colleton Career Center.
“The skill center is doing really well,” Jackson told council.… Read the rest

Kitchen neighborhood grows | News | The Press and Standard

On March 13 the Colleton Commercial Kitchen hit a milestone.
That day, Colleton Commercial Kitchen Manager Matt Mardell told a group of visitors, marked the first time the facility’s five commercial kitchens were all in use … Read the rest

Wait … what just happened? | Faith | The Press and Standard

In June 2016, the United Kingdom passed a referendum to exit the European Union. That Brexit event stunned much of the world. We just weren’t expecting that to happen.
Then there was the American presidential election in November. If you … Read the rest

Bennetts Point’s music man | News | The Press and Standard

Concert planned April 1 in Hampton Street Auditorium.

Joe Taylor has traveled thousands of miles making music. On April 1 he will add another 30 miles to his life’s journey.
The Joe Taylor Group will … Read the rest

‘Experiment’ will try to entice eatery to come here | News | The Press and Standard

Want a Chick-fil-A in Walterboro? In March, you’ll have a chance to show your support.
Pastor Tony Jones of Faith Baptist Church and Academy has been working with the company’s officials in Charleston to arrange an “experiment” in Walterboro. Chick-fil-A … Read the rest

CCSD splits AD/Football Coach into separate positions | News | The Press and Standard

Dan Morgan, finalist, discusses process and late decision to split job.


The Colleton County School District announced Monday Feb. 27 that the decision had been made to split the athletic director and head football coach positions … Read the rest

Just Announced: Decision made to split athletic director/football coach jobs | Sports | The Press and Standard

The Colleton County School District just announced that the decision has been made to split the athletic director and head football coach positions into two separate jobs.

“As you are aware, the district initially advertised them as a combined position. … Read the rest

Sign up to raise 4-H pullets | News | The Press and Standard

It is that time of year again — time to sign up for the 2017 4-H Pullet Project. It may be cold now, but spring will be here before you know it and the days will be getting warmer. With … Read the rest

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