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Marion Barnes - Senior County Extension Agent Clemson University In the late 1800’s a professor by the name of Liberty Hyde Bailey from the Horticultural Department of Michigan State … more
By VICKI BROWN The Cottageville park and playground has officially received its new name… Leroy Womble, Jr. Park. During their regular business meeting on February 1st, Colleton County … more
PRESS RELEASE. Dr. Andrew Calcutt, a general surgeon, recently used Colleton Medical Center’s new Da Vinci Xi (Xi) to perform a minimally invasive hernia repair. The Xi system mimics the … more

Press release In His Name-Colleton is partnering with Lowcountry Continuum of Care and the SC Housing Authority to provide homes for people in need. To help those experiencing homelessness, In … more
Press release Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) has established a new scholarship in the Southern Lowcountry, supporting nontraditional students. CCF of South Carolina has launched the … more
By HEATHER RUPPE The location of a new 6th-grade campus for Colleton County students has been a contentious point of discussion in Colleton County for several weeks, with parents inquiring at … more
By VICKI BROWN Colleton County has passed its audit for the fiscal year. Colleton County Council met virtually on Tuesday, February 1st and opened the meeting with the 2021 Audit Report, given … more

By VICKI BROWN Colleton County School District hosted a FIRST LEGO League East Qualifier robotics competition Saturday, February 12 at Colleton County Middle School (CCMS) to decide which team … more
PRESS RELEASE. This March, the Colleton County Historic and Preservation Society is hosting its 2nd Annual Walterborough 17.83. This event celebrates the Paul and Jacob Walters first trip to the area … more
By Vicki Brown The site of a new 6th-grade campus for Colleton students has been unknown for several weeks, with members of key committees saying that the school district’s original plan to … more
By VICKI BROWN The City of Walterboro held a public input day on February 10 at the Wildlife Center. The goal was to encourage the public to drop in and fill out forms with suggestions on ways to … more

By VICKI BROWN Original quilts by a Colleton County woman are on display in a Charleston gallery, with the city’s mayor remarking on the significance of the textile artwork of Lillie Singleton, … more
By HEATHER RUPPE In honor of Black History Month, we are happy to bring you to the stories of three black officers and leaders in the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office who are working to make … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Traveling the Ace Basin Parkway along U.S. Highway 17, cars must cross the Harriet Tubman Bridge on the Combahee River in Colleton County. Most travelers … more
The first blood drive of 2022 in Colleton County was recently held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and yielded 36 pints of donated blood. In all, 44 Colleton residents donated blood during this … more

By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com The P.E.P. (People Enjoying People) Club has a great time and the members enjoy getting together for fellowship and outings. At the January meeting of … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com Local members of the clergy were honored by the Civitan on Thursday, February 10 at Dogwood Country Club during Clergy Appreciation Week. A proclamation … more
By VICKI BROWN vbrown@lowcountry.com An older horse was pulled from mud with the help of Colleton Fire Rescue and Colleton Animal Services on February 3rd. Firefighters and rescue personnel … more
By HEATHER RUPPE A Colleton County Middle School student was crowned the queen bee of spelling at a recent Colleton County School District Spelling Bee and will now represent Colleton at a … more

By VICKI BROWN Eddie Jackson, a welding and machinery instructor at the Palmetto Training Institute located in the S.C. Workforce Center on Thunderbolt Drive, has a lot to be proud of, as his Work … more
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