An attorney for the S.C. Attorney General’s Office says that the investigation has shown that Dillon County is in compliance with Judge Burch’s order.
The Dillon Herald has learned that a hearing for the Dillon County Council will be held Tuesday, January 17th at 12 noon at the Dillon County Courthouse.
The Dillon City Council held their regular monthly meeting on Monday night.
To secure our state elections and the integrity of every ballot, South Carolina lawmakers passed a Voter ID law last year supported by more than ¾ of all citizens.
The folks at the S.C. Department of Public Safety say there’s a SANTA we all can believe in.
Entities that spend taxpayer dollars should show taxpayers how that money is used. That’s true for government entities — like your local town, county and school district — and for nonprofit groups that accept government grants.
State Senate Dick Elliott called for the courts to expedite the case challenging the state’s redistricting plan. The Horry County senator, who represents a portion of Dillon County, said the courts need to act quickly so voters can clearly know the new districts.
Appropriately, Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks – other than just for the delicious food that may be set before us.
Judge Paul Burch called the Dillon County Council back to court on Wednesday.
James Council Elkins, 84, died Thursday, November 17, 2011, at McLeod Regional Medical Center in Florence.