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Hunting on national wildlife refuges is a tradition that dates back to the early 1900s. Today, more than 370 refuges are open to the public for hunting across the country. Here in the southeast, … more
By VICKI BROWNvbrown@lowcountry.comOn April 29, the Colleton County Board of Voter Registration and Elections met for a regularly scheduled meeting to choose officers for the 2021-2022 year.Maryann … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Mosquitoes are pests to Lowcountry residents who enjoy being outside during the summer months, and in preparing for warmer weather, Colleton County Mosquito … more

“Keep Colleton Beautiful” committee members have selected 601 Carn Street in Walterboro as its May, Yard of the Month. more
The Colleton County Farmer’s Market opened Saturday, May 1, in conjunction with the WHAM Festival. Crowds shopped for crafts, baked goods and fresh produce while listening to music by Josh Jarman. … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com The former Novits building, located on Washington Street in downtown Walterboro, is about to have a makeover. The art deco space has been sold to a … more
The American Legion Post 93 sent a special “thank you” to the cadets from Colleton County High School’s JROTC program who helped to pick up litter on Saturday, May 1st.   In all, the cadets … more

By HEATHER WALTERS Sea Turtle nesting season is now underway at Edisto Beach, with local officials there looking for more volunteers to help keep the beach safe for incoming sea turtles. The … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Edisto Beach town council has hired a new police chief, Steve Miano, to fill the vacancy left by former Chief George Brothers. After six years of … more
PRESS RELEASE COLLETON COUNTY - “Log A Load For Kids”, in conjunction with the Children’s Miracle Network, hosted its annual “sporting clays” Fundraiser on Wednesday, April 21st, … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Louise Ravenell turned 100 years old on April 30, 2021. To celebrate, her physician, Dr. Luis Vega planned a special surprise. Ravenell has been a … more

By HEATHER WALTERS USC Salkehatchie recently held its 2021-2022 commencement exercises at the Allendale campus on April 30th. The school provided graduates with a smaller graduation ceremony … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Jimmy Blocker developed a love for auctions when he was 11 years old. Now, at 83, he still continues to do what he loves. “I got the ‘bug’ when I … more
By HEATHER WALTERS Colleton County officials and state school leaders will continue to enforce current mask ordinances for all students, staff and parents, despite S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Edisto Beach is having an unexpected building boom, with new construction visible throughout the town. According to Edisto Beach Mayor Jane Darby, all … more

By HEATHER WALTERS A woman has been arrested and charged in connection with the recent Bells Highway crash where a pedestrian was struck by a car and critically injured. Christan V. Spires, … more
Marion Barnes, Senior County Extension Agent Clemson University The home lawn is a source of pride to many homeowners and is usually the result of a lot of hard work and effort on their part. If we … more
The Lowcountry Regional Airport Commission met virtually on April 8th and discussed ways to help reconstruct parts of the airport from the 2020 tornado that … more
By HEATHER WALTERS A captain with Colleton County Fire-Rescue has received her state certification to be an emergency manager. Capt. Janet Laney, who works with the countywide firefighting and … more

By Dawn Stucky Clemson Extension Agent  Contributor    It’s that time of year for youth to sign up for the 2021 4-H Poultry Project. Consider the fun of raising and … more
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