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Letter To The Editor: Public-Private Partnership Board

Dear Editor:
I read your report online on the election of the new board for the Public-Private Partnership. …

Bernanke Speaks At Charleston Conference About Challenges For Economy And State Government

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben S. Bernanke spoke at the annual meeting of the Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments, Charleston, on August 2.

Life Has Its Ups and Downs

Often times when a child is born, someone might ask the question, “Does he have all of his fingers and toes?” meaning is he “normal” in development.

Wreck on I-95 Claims Life

A person was killed in a one-vehicle accident.

God’s Word Shines

From The Pee Dee Baptist Association—Featured this week is Rev. Greg Hyler, the pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Dillon.

New Administrative Team In Place At Gordon Elementary

A new administrative team is in place at Gordon Elementary School, and they are ready and eager to have a productive and successful school year.

DHS Student Wins Prestigious Scholarship

The South Carolina Department of Education has announced 102 new recipients of Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarships, a program that promotes academic excellence using federal funds.

Census Official Thanks County For ‘Raising The Bar’

At Wednesday’s meeting of the Dillon County Council, Vermelle Simmons, partnership specialist with the U.S. Census Bureau, thanked Dillon County for “raising the bar.”

Former Mayor Sentenced

United States Attorney William N. Nettles stated that Alan Lenneau Berry, age 59, of Latta, was sentenced last week in federal court in Florence for defrauding the Social Security Administration and Hartford Insurance Company, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 641, and 59 counts of mail fraud in a scheme to defraud, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1341.

Dillon School District Two Releases Revised Discipline Code Book

As we prepare to begin the 2010-2011 school year on August 16, Dillon School District Two is informing all students in grades 4-12 and their parents of the revised Discipline Code Book.