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More On ‘Will Our Democracy Survive?’

To The Editor
of The Dillon Herald:
About: “Will Our Democracy Survive?”—Bishop Michael Goings [The Dillon Herald: May 23, 2019]

Sheriff’s Office Treating Shooting At Sunflower Apartments As Homicide

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office is on scene of a shooting at Sunflower Apartments in Dillon, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

Mary Sue Harrelson Thomson

Mary Sue Harrelson Thomson of Buffalo, NY, formerly of Dillon, SC, entered into eternal rest June 23, 2019.

Death Notices

Death notices

Remembering The Source Of Our Greatness

Since this is the season when we celebrate the Declaration of Independence and our victory over the British Empire (that was the most powerful country in the world at that time), I deem it very appropriate and timely to dedicate my column today in an attempt to consider an issue that is very relevant to our Fourth of July observance.

City Of Dillon To Host Dixie Youth Baseball State Tournaments

Beginning Friday, July 5, the City of Dillon will welcome 24 Dixie Youth teams to Dillon with a meal at the City of Dillon Wellness Center followed by an Opening Ceremony to recognize the 24 teams.

PHOTO GALLERY: Latta Girls Take On Mullins

Presently the 11- and 12-year old softball district tournament is underway in Latta with teams from Marion, Mullins, Latta, North Myrtle Beach, and Myrtle Beach all vying for the title.

Ceremonial Flag Burning Held (with photo gallery)

A ceremonial flag burning disposing of worn and tattered American flags was held at the Woodmen Hall on the Old Latta Highway in Dillon on Thursday, June 27, officiated by Edwin Stephens.

Quilt Of Hope Presented To Local Veteran (with photo gallery)

James William “Jimmy” Brewer was honored on Wednesday, June 26, by the Quilt of Valor Foundation of Myrtle Beach who came to his home in Dillon to present him with a Quilt of Honor.

Camp Exploration Held At NETC

Camp Exploration, a summer day camp for rising sixth through tenth graders, is being held on the Dillon Campus of Northeastern Technical College Monday through Friday, June 24 through June 28.