Lockemy Gives Dramatic And Passionate Performance In Original Production

In a dramatic and passionate performance, S.C. Court of Appeals Chief Justice James E. Lockemy shared his life story and his love for Dillon County in “All Roads Lead Home.”

Dillon District Four Presents Balanced Budget

The Dillon District Four budget for the 2019-2020 school year was approved by the Dillon District Four School Board on Monday evening.

PHOTO GALLERY: Wildcats Hosting 7-On-7 Football

The Dillon Wildcats are hosting the annual seven-on-seven football at the three practice football fields behind Dillon High School off of Hwy. 301 North on Tuesday and Thursday.

PHOTO GALLERY: A Brief Glimpse Of The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit

The Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit’s last day in Dillon County is June 29. It is on display at the Dillon County Courthouse’s law library.

PHOTO GALLERY: MX Returns To South Of The Border

Motocross returned to the South of the Border MX track this past weekend bring lots of action and excitement to the venue.

PHOTO GALLERY: Food Drive For Help For Veterans Is A Success

The Dillon Herald held a very successful food drive for Help For Veterans, Inc. with the help of the community.

Flag Retirement Ceremony Planned

On Thursday, June 27, 2019, Woodmen Life will be hosting an American Flag retirement ceremony.

Stroud Earns Internship To Ireland

It was just two summers ago that 2014 Latta High school graduate D.J. Stroud participated in an ACUHO-I (Association of College and University Housing Officers – International) internship at Harvard University.

Caregiver Charged With Giving False Information

Liliah Smith, 62, Latta, has been charged with giving false information to police, according to Latta Police Chief Derrick Cartwright.