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Flu Kits Blitz To Take Place March 15-16

The Long-Term Recovery Group is helping dozens of both children and adults by providing Flu Kits and other germ killing products.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Lady Wildcats Softball Team Defeats Lake City

Dillon’s Charlotte Sellers pitched a no-hitter in Dillon’s 10-0 win over the visiting Lake City Lady Panthers on Tuesday, March 12, in Dillon in the ten-rule, 5-inning varsity softball game.

Pee Dee Coalition To Host ‘Coffee And Conversation’

Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault presents Coffee and Conversation on April 11 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Pee Dee Coalition Satellite Crisis Center.

March Is Red Cross Month

March is Red Cross Month, and the Red Cross of Eastern SC is asking the community to be a hero for families by becoming a volunteer, learning lifesaving skills, giving blood or donating to #help1family on Red Cross Giving Day on March 27.

Dixie Boys Baseball Sign-ups End March 16th

Dixie Boys Baseball Sign-ups for ages 13–14 end March 16th.

East Students Hold Food And Supplies Drive For Animal Shelter

Recently, the students at East Elementary held a food and supplies drive for the Dillon County Animal Shelter, and Mrs. Holli Strickland’s second grade class out-collected all the other classes at East Elementary.

Library, Hospital Auxiliary Partner On ‘Grow With Books’ Project

In partnership with the Dillon County Library, the McLeod Medical Center Dillon Volunteer Auxiliary’s “Grow with Books” Literacy Project stimulates an interest in reading at an early age.

House Report: Power, Hemp, And More

All bills approved were sent to the Senate H.3659, a bill furthering voluntary programs that make use of RENEWABLE ENERGY generation resources, such as solar power, and establishing ELECTRICAL POWER CUSTOMER CONSUMER PROTECTIONS in order to shield customers from rising utility costs.

NETC Reps Attend Washington, DC Summit

Representatives from Northeastern Technical College’s administration and Area Board of Commissioners recently attended the Community College National Legislative Summit in Washington, DC to advocate for policies and funding that will move the college forward in the future.

Allen Signs With FMU

Thomas Franklin Allen signed with Francis Marion University on Thursday, February 28, at 9:00 a.m. at the Ellis Performing Arts Center in Latta to further his pursuit of Track and Cross Country and his education in sports management.