Campbell Retiring After 25 Years In Law Enforcement

Detective James “Hoghead” Campbell is retiring after 25 years of service in law enforcement.

Man Walking World Stops Here

A 72-year-old man walking on an amazing journey stopped in Dillon last week at the City of Dillon Wellness Center.

Variety Show Was ‘Rousing Success’

The Dillon County Theatre kicked off its twenty-first season on Saturday night, September 11th, with an excellent variety show which played to a sizeable, appreciative audience.

Photo Gallery: Latta Powder Puff Game

The Latta Powder Puff Game was held on Tuesday night.

Manning Earns Doctorate Of Education Degree

Miranda Elaine Manning graduated from Argosy University in Sarasota , Florida during its commencement exercises on Saturday, July 31, 2010 with a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) degree.

Constitutional Amendment Questions To Appear On November Ballot

The following Constitutional Amendment Questions will appear on November 2, 2010 General Election ballots.

State Plans To Seek Death Penalty In Swaner Murders

The State served notice on defendant, Robert Lee Nelson, of their intention to seek the death penalty at a hearing a General Sessions Court on Thursday.

Mayor Speaks Out On Public-Private Partnership Board

Dillon Mayor Todd Davis spoke out about the Dillon County Public-Private Partnership Economic Development Board at the Dillon City Council’s meeting on Monday night.

$200,000 Surety Bond Set On Mayor Pro-Tem (Updated)

Judge Howard King set a $200,000 surety bond on Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem Randolph Gurley during a hearing this (Thursday) afternoon.