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Letters To Editor: Published 6-15

0 Thanks Delegation To the Editor: I would like to publicly thank the Dillon County Delegation for their continuing support of the Town of Latta. At any time, when Senator Williams and Representative Hayes are contacted for their support, they willingly and quickly come forward to assist us.  They work as partners; therefore, more can…


Recently I received a Thank You note from a friend now living in Pickens County, SC. Most of her life was spent in nearby Lake View where her parents were educators and she, Beth, was a remarkable asset to that small Dillon County town. She was a library volunteer who might not give rise in your estimation of her importance but then you must not know the great influence that Beth cast on the community of book lovers there.

Daniels Selected As South Elementary Teacher Of Year

Pam Daniels, veteran teacher of 17 years, was proudly selected by South Elementary’s faculty to be the 2009-10 Teacher of the Year.

Run-Off For Probate Judge Is June 22nd

The run-off election for the Democratic nomination for Probate Judge is June 22nd.

Former Dillon Resident To Be In Upcoming Feature Film

Former Dillon County resident Timmy Dee will be featured in the upcoming feature film, “Ten.”

Stout Accepts Co-Director Position For Association

Betty Stout has accepted the position of Co-Director for the SC Association of Hospital Auxiliaries (SCAHA).

Mary H. (Tee) Boltin

Mrs. Mary H. (Tee) Boltin of 1812 Black Oak Place, Dillon was born February 24, 1958 in Dillon County to the late Nosroe and Kathleen Oxendine. She passed away on June 9, 2010 at her home. Making her journey of 52 years. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2010 at Cooper Funeral…

God’s Word Shines: The Most Difficult People To Get To Heaven

I have talked to thousands of people over the years about going to Heaven. The ones who were not going to church, had little knowledge about spiritual things, and had no pretense of religion were many times open to listening to the truth.

Libby’s Recipes: Sue’s Corn Souffle

My recipe this week is one of my all-time favorites. I have run it before, but I thought since the fresh sweet corn is now in season, it would be a good time for a re-run.

Albert Eugene Hayes

Mr. Albert Eugene “Gene” “Papa Duck” Hayes, age 61, died at the Westwood Nursing Center in Statesboro.  The Dillon, SC native lived in Statesboro for the past 36 years. He had served in the U.S. Army Reserves.  Mr. Hayes was employed with Southeast Ag as a sales representative for many years.  He was the owner…