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Colleton’s Spelling Bee finals for grades 5-8 were held Tuesday night Jan. 14 at the Colleton County Middle School mini-auditorium. At 6 p.m., nervous middle schoolers gathered, ready to spell … more
On Friday Jan. 14, Colleton County Middle School students were shocked to hear that more human beings are victims of human trafficking during Super Bowl week than at any other time. “January is … more
We are currently reviewing applications for six seasonal paid positions in three locations for the 2020 sea turtle nesting season in South Carolina. Applications are reviewed as received and … more

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) is now accepting applications for turkey lottery hunts on public lands through Monday March 2 at 5 p.m.A non-refundable fee of $5 is required of all … more
Grand marshal Queenie Crawford wowed the crowd at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Sunday, walking part of the parade route while dressed like a fashion model in green velvet and high heels. … more
Hers is a story of courage, faith and hope in spite of the cards she was dealt by life.Two years ago, Rhonda Sauls of Walterboro was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. But in spite of the challenges she … more
The Bedon-Lucas House at 205 Church St. is turning 200 years old this year. The Colleton County Historical and Preservation Society wants to celebrate by inviting the community to give the house … more

Reverend Dr. John Glenn Creel officially became chief of the Edisto-Natchez Kusso Tribe of South Carolina during inauguration ceremonies held January 11 at the headquarters of The Four Holes Indian … more
A Colleton County man has been convicted of fondling a young relative in 2018, only months after his release from prison on an unrelated offense.Keith Preston Crum, 38, was sentenced to 10 years in … more
When anyone in Walterboro thinks of line dancing, they immediately think of Terry Pournelle. Living near the beaches of South Carolina, Pournelle grew up listening to beach music and dancing the … more
December 2019 was filled with fun learning activities for the Institute of Hope: Young Men Of Hope (YMOH.) One of the objectives of the YMOH Student Development Program is to provide opportunities … more

Members of the PEP Club wanted to do something special this Christmas for residents of Veterans Victory House. So instead of sending their traditional holiday check, the group took brunch to the … more
Three meetings are planned for those who have students interested in signing up to attend the new charter school being organized in Colleton County.The Leadership Technology Charter LLC will … more
The City Council met on January 7 to amend the city zoning map and to discuss business pertaining to a bill introduced by the General Assembly of South Carolina. The Walterboro zoning map was … more
Colleton County Council met in chambers on January 7 to review the updated 2030 Comprehensive Plan for the county and to pass several grant resolutions, headed by newly-elected Council Chairman Steve … more

A camellia tree was planted in the Cottageville Elementary School garden on Monday Jan. 13, to remember fourth-grade student Lauren Drawdy. The Drawdy family suffered a terrible tragedy on January … more
A movie, “Stolen By My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story,” about the story of the woman known then as Alexis Manigo and the woman she thought was her mother, Gloria Williams, will air on … more
It was Christmas Day, and sheriff’s deputy Lt. Kevin Smalls was already on patrol. About 6 a.m., he saw a man walking on Highway 15 and he heard a voice saying, “I’m going to … more
For the last 34 years, the Walterboro Shrine Club of Arabian Temple #139 has sponsored the town’s parade honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The nation honors the slain … more

After years of waiting, the new Walterboro Wildlife Center opened on Saturday Jan. 11. The ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m., featuring Mayor Bill Young, officially opened the beautiful center … more
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