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Pastor Steven O’Neal Vaughn Brice Herndon Funeral Chapels and Crematory Pastor Steven O’Neal Vaughn, 68, of Walterboro, entered into eternal rest Tuesday evening, October 12, 2021 … more
Bruce Wilford Gillispie Brice Herndon Funeral Chapels and Crematory Mr. Bruce Wilford Gillispie, 72, of Walterboro, entered into rest Sunday evening, October 17, 2021, at the Colleton Medical … more
Rosalba Diaz Parker-Rhoden Funeral Home Rosalba Diaz was born in Tiquisate, Escuintla, Guatemala on July 9, 1965 and passed away in the afternoon of  October 1, 2021 in Charleston, South … more

Helen Louise Case Brice Herndon Funeral Chapels and Crematory Helen Louise Case, 82, of Walterboro, entered into eternal rest Saturday morning, October 16, 2021 at her residence surrounded by … more
Are you reading the Bible through with me? Grab your pen and journal, and get ready to write your thoughts as you journey through the Bible. Read Leviticus 10-12. In the first 7 verses, we find … more
We have all heard the story of the Hatfields and McCoys; two families who were at war from 1863 to 1891. Though few today know the details of their disagreement, the lengthy fight between the two … more
By Rev. Johnny Epps Three years ago, I came to Wesley Grove UMC in Cottageville and have since seen that God is faithful to do what we ask of Him if we are patient to wait on Him. In 2018, I … more

By VICKI BROWN Colleton County Council is seeking individuals from lodging and hospitality industries and the cultural arts community to serve on the county’s Tax Accommodation Advisory Board … more
By VICKI BROWN    I was a teenager living in Sumter, S.C. in 1974, and my dad was pastoring a church in the area.  It was Halloween, and the church adults decided to have a bonfire and … more
Are America Schools Becoming Progressive Propaganda Outlets ? Parents who object to mandates on face masks and the propaganda racist distortions of the Critical Race Theory have now been attacked … more
In its recent meeting, Colleton County Council heard from Charles Bright, a member of the Ritter Community Revitalization Project. The Ritter Community Revitalization Project is a nonprofit LLC … more

By Jeff Dennis Dog enthusiasts had a double dip of outdoors fun on Saturday, October 9th while supporting the Friends of Colleton County Animal Shelter (FoCCAS). Not only was it the 8th annual … more
Forty-three people from nine Colleton churches completed a two-mile prayer walk from Walterboro First Baptist Church to the Colleton County School District Office on Saturday, October 2nd. The group … more
The Colleton Sheriff’s Office and Colleton Fire-Rescue helped to raise funds and purchased almost $500 in school supplies for Colleton kids. The money was earned at a recent blood drive, hosted by … more
By VICKI BROWN The Lowcountry Council of Governments (LCOG) is requesting help for Colleton citizens regarding a long-range transportation plan. They are asking for residents to complete a … more

By Jeff Dennis The annual festivals held at Bay Creek Park at Edisto Beach are back up and running again, after a long layoff due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most of the large events are put on by a … more
By Jeff Dennis There is no public curbside pick-up for recycling in Colleton County and the main reason for this is the added expense of dedicated trucks and the workers to drive them, according … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Two people were killed in a two-car crash on October 6th when their cars collided along S.C. Highway 64 (Charleston Highway) near the Neyles Community. Witnesses called 911 … more
By HEATHER RUPPE Divers with Colleton County Fire-Rescue were called to neighboring Dorchester County on Saturday, Oct. 9th to help search for people who might have been in the water after the … more

By HEATHER RUPPE A two-vehicle, high-speed motor vehicle crash sent one person to an area hospital Trauma Center and a second man to Colleton Medical Center. The crash occurred on Sunday at … more
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