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VIDEO: Dillon District Four Teacher Of The Year Banquet 2019

Congratulations to Leigh Ann Moody of East Elementary School, the Dillon District Four Teacher of the Year!

New Dillon Garbage Truck In Full Operation

Dillon City Manager Glen Wagner said the new garbage truck is now in operation and running every day.

Sheriff’s Office Seeks Several On Warrants

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the following on outstanding warrants.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Christian Falls To Trinity Byrnes

The Dillon Christian School Warriors fell to Trinity Byrnes in Friday night football action. Here is a photo gallery by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald sponsored in part by Tracy Pelt For Dillon County Sheriff.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Patriot Day 2019

On the 18th anniversary of the 9.11.2001 tragedy, locals gathered for a celebration at the Dillon County Courthouse. Here are some photos by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dillon Defeats Latta In Junior Varsity Football Action

Dillon returned home on Thursday, Sept. 12, with a 36-6 win in junior varsity football action over Latta in Latta. Here is a photo gallery by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald sponsored in part by Tracy Pelt For Dillon County Sheriff.

Sheriff’s Office Warns About Phone Scam

The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office has been receiving complaints from citizens stating that they are receiving telephone calls from the Social Security Administration, according to Captain Cliff Arnette of the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

PHOTO GALLERY: Lake View Defeats West Columbus

Lake View defeated West Columbus on Tuesday night in football. Here is a photo gallery by Johnnie Daniels/The Dillon Herald sponsored in part by Tracy Pelt For Dillon County Sheriff.

Pause To Remember September 11, 2001

Eighteen years ago, our country, way of life, and freedoms came under attack. The events of that harrowing morning changed our nation, our communities, and our families forever.