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By Cindy Crosby The Colleton County Middle School Jr. Cougar Baseball team captured the Region VII Championship after compiling a 5-0 record in the season. After earning a 10-6 win over River … more
By Cindy Crosby The University of South Carolina Salkehatchie announced the hiring of Kyle Lawson as the head men’s basketball coach for the 2022-23 season. Lawson will take over the reins for … more
By Cindy Crosby The Colleton County Cougar Baseball team, seeded fifth, was eliminated from the SCHSL AAAA State Baseball Playoffs after falling to No. 2 seed Aiken High School (5-3) and No. 4 … more

By Cindy Crosby The Colleton County High School Track & Field team competed in the Region VII-AAAA Championships, held May 4 at Beaufort High School. The girls team finished in fifth place … more
By Cindy Crosby The University of South Carolina Salkehatchie Baseball team was eliminated from post-season play in the Region X Tournament. The Indians, seeded as the No. 7 team, fell 13-5 to No. … more
By Cindy Crosby The Colleton County Lady Cougar Softball team finished the regular season 9-6 overall and 7-4 in Region VII, capturing a No. 3 seed in the AAAA Lower State Playoffs. The Lady … more
By Cindy Crosby The Colleton Prep Lady Hawk Softball team will begin competition in the SCISA AA State Playoffs this upcoming weekend, May 13-14, in Sumter. The reigning AA State Champions will … more

PRESS RELEASE. If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, according to the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. … more
By Heather Ruppe The S.C. Department of Natural Resources has released its official 2022 vendor list for this year’s alligator hunting season. The vendor list includes businesses throughout the … more
By Heather Ruppe The Colleton County Recreation Center is filled with multiple types of classes for all Colleton residents, with fun activities ranging from dominoes to yoga to adult volleyball. … more
By Heather Ruppe Parents, get to your keyboards and get ready to register your child online for summer youth programs at the Colleton County Recreation Department. Summer youth camp … more

By Heather Ruppe Colleton County adults can participate in a little pickleball action at the Colleton County Recreation Department. Players can use two indoor courts for the sport at the … more
Registration: April 1st through May 30th Season Starts: June 1st Season Ends: July 15th Nights: M-TH Team Fee: $250 Maximum Roster Size: 10 June 26th, 2021 July 13th, … more
By CINDY CROSBY Although the regular season concluded last week, Salkehatchie Baseball added two double-headers last week in preparation for competition in the NJCAA Division I Region X Tournament … more
By VICKI BROWNThe PRTC 5K Rice Run went off without a hitch, with 168 people geared up and ready to run at 8:00 a.m. The weather cooperated, and the equipment set up to score the runners and take … more

By CINDY CROSBY Colleton Prep’s Becca Martin threw a perfect game against Beaufort Academy in a 15-0-win at home on April 26. Martin threw four perfect innings, allowing no hits or runs, … more
Registration is now open for adults and youth who want to play volleyball. There is an Adult Coed Volleyball team being offered at the Colleton County Parks and Recreation Department in … more
By Heather Ruppe The 19th annual 2022 Walterboro Criterium was held on April 27th and drew a crowd of spectators and participants. The event featured a children’s race. Then, a slew of … more
PRESS RELEASE. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) is accepting applications for the public alligator lottery beginning today through June 15th at 5:00 pm. A $10 nonrefundable … more

PRESS RELEASE. To help prepare for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) Law Enforcement Division will be holding courtesy boat inspections at public boat … more
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