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By: Anna S. Bright Members of the Walterboro High School Class of 1973 are presently making plans for a 50th Class Reunion. There union will beheld in Walterboro November10-11, 2023. In order to … more
For The Press and Standard Colleton County 2023 Rice Festival Golf Tournament at Dogwood Hills Golf Course on April 30, 2023. Had a great turn out with all 19 teams despite some rainy weather. … more
Best Decorated: USC Salkehatchie Best Marching Unit: Band of Blue Best Community Entry: Lowcountry Headstart Best Youth Entry: Walterboro Soccor Club Best Overall: CCHS Athletic … more

For The Press and Standard Charleston, SC – The 2023 Charleston Jazz Festival was a resounding success, featuring an impressive lineup of talented artists including Samara Joy, Big Bad Voodoo … more
For The Press and Standard Walterboro, South Carolina (April 24, 2023) - Chip Cooper of Cooper Motor Company in Clinton South Carolina, today announced the acquisition of Rizer Chevrolet GMC in … more
Steve Steiner The Colleton County High School Band of Blue Marching Band is among the best in South Carolina, and two of its divisions recently medaled, coming in second place at separated … more
For The Press and Standard “Log A Load For Kids”, in conjunction with the Children’s Miracle Network, hosted its annual “sporting clays” Fundraiser on Wednesday, April 12th, 2023 at … more

STEVE STEINER Managing Editor One of the latest trends in jewelry is getting a “permanent bracelet,” and these will be available at CHD Interiors, in Mount Pleasant. The store will be … more
For The Press and Standard Now in its twelfth (12th) year, this free self-guided farm and art tour is a great way to educate people about where their food and fiber come from and introduce them to … more
For The Press and Standard Long-time journalist and news anchor Bill Sharpe to host statewide medical program. CHARLESTON, SC - Legendary news anchor, Bill Sharpe, is set to make his on-air … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor According to Christine Radcliff, who handles finances at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, the Sunday April 16 service was special. “We haven’t had a church … more

For the Press and StandardIt’s time for the Double D Arena Rodeo, which rides into Walterboro May 5-6. Celebrating its 33rd year, the family-friendly, alcohol-free event features the following … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor The third annual Palmetto Bricks Expo returns to Walterboro May 6 and runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. This is a free one-day convention featuring displays by more than … more
For the Press and Standard Colleton Medical Center (CMC) team members rolled up their sleeves to donate blood on April 6. The blood drive also served as a Care Like Family event for the CMC Team … more
CHRISTY SMITH For the Press and Standard STATESVILLE, N.C.  – AgSouth Farm Credit Chairman of the Board Frank Ables recently announced the results of the stockholder vote on the Merger of … more

LORANN E. COOK While Earth Day 2023 has come and gone --- the day when people around the world focus on ways of protecting and preserving the environment. --- there are lessons from this occasion … more
By Rep. Robby Robbins I always enjoy it when local folks come to the State House. And last week was no exception. It was great to host Colleton County school board members Sharon Witkin and Lynn … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor The status of a proposed taxiway reconfiguration dominated the April 13 Airport Commission meeting. According to Lowcountry Regional Airport engineer Andy Busbee, … more
STEVE STEINER Managing Editor Keep Walterboro Beautiful was this past Friday, April 21. The program started in 2018 and is part of the national Keep America Beautiful project. Both are tied … more

For the Press and Standard At the April 18 --- and again, at the April 24 --- Colleton County School District school board meetings, the topic of re-arranging grade placement arose. In earlier … more
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