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The 2020 Farm Service Agency County Committee Elections began on November 2 when ballots were mailed to eligible voters. The deadline to return ballots to local FSA offices or to be postmarked is … more
(Colleton County School District is lucky to have many teachers and staff members that have risen to the challenge of educating our students during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. In this weekly … more
Meet Cpl. Chad Cummings and Deputy Phillip Cole, Colleton County school resource officers. Chad CummingsThe beginning: I got interested in law enforcement when I was young. My dad was a deputy … more

The November 9 blood drive at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church brought in 54 donors with 55 pints of blood collected.Four donors completed donations of gallons of blood: Celeste Stone, 14 gallons; Vicki … more
The Polar Express will be making a stop at the Colleton County Arts Council on Saturday Dec. 5 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., and again from 1-3 p.m.For several years, CCAC has made this a free event to kids … more
By ANDREW HEAPEContributor Hiott’s, a small corner pharmacy, has stood for more than 80 years at the end of East Washington Street in downtown Walterboro.The building was designed and … more

Yay for Thanksgiving! I’m giving fervent thanks for stuffing and cranberry sauce, which I gobble until I have to unbutton my pants. Truth is, feeling thankful and finding gratitude can be a … more
The Walterboro Christmas Parade will be held Sunday Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. in Downtown Walterboro. Parade applications are currently being accepted. There is no entry fee. The entry deadline is Wednesday … more
After years of serving good food to Colleton residents, the Sumners, owners of the Olde House Café, are retiring and passing the business into new hands. Ian Padgett and Casey Shoupe are the … more
The Old Bank Christmas Store and Deli is closing its doors for good.After 17 years, John and Cindy Corley have decided to enjoy their retirement years by slowing down and seeing grandchildren.Cindy … more

By MARION BARNES jbrns@clemson.edu   Thanksgiving Day is time when family, friends and communities traditionally come together to give thanks and celebrate autumn. Thanksgiving has been … more
The sixth annual free Thanksgiving dinner will be Thanksgiving Day (Thursday Nov. 26) from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at S&G Grocery at Stephens Crossroads.This year’s dinner will be take-out … more
A FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER will be held at St. Anthony Catholic Church, 925 S. Jefferies Blvd., on Thanksgiving Day Nov. 26. The traditional meal will be served in Trinity Hall from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. … more
Thanks for remembering a veteranDear Editor:I was honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corp in 1971, during a time when we got very little appreciation for serving overseas and … more

On November 11, the Colleton County NJROTC was invited to present colors for the annual Veteran’s Day Celebration at the Veterans Victory House. The celebration took place in the Truluck … more
By MARION BARNESjbrns@clemson.edu Each fall many homeowners across the state enjoy the vibrant colors that our trees provide as leaves change colors. But come winter, leaves begin to fall and … more
Thanksgiving, the most traveled holiday of the year in the U.S., is almost here and COVID-19 can be an unwanted guest if families don’t take precautions. If you plan to gather family around the … more
Colleton County School District is lucky to have many teachers and staff members that have risen to the challenge of educating our students during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. In this weekly … more

Colleton County is proud of the rich Native American culture that can be found in the area. From archeological artifacts discovered in the county, to the native people who live here, there is an … more
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