Man Walks For Christ

This man was seen by many walking through Dillon County on Monday.

County Administrator’s Evaluation Delayed

The Herald has been informed that the evaluation of County Administrator David Mobley has been delayed.

County Administrator’s Evaluation Delayed

The Herald has been informed that the evaluation of County Administrator David Mobley has been delayed.

Charges Dismissed Against Sign Man

The charges against Richard Gough have been dismissed without prejudice. Gough had been charged in connection with removing a candidate’s political signs.

Geological Survey Identifies New Fault Zone

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Geological Survey has identified a buried fault zone north of Jamestown in southern Williamsburg and western Georgetown counties. The buried fault was recognized while drilling was being conducted to produce new geology maps under a grant funded by a National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program STATEMAP program.

Bryant Graduates From Basic Infantry Training

Army National Guard Pfc. Christian C. Bryant has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.

National Newspaper Week: Putting Things In Perspective

It’s National Newspaper Week, and it is a good time to put things in perspective.

National Newspaper Week: Newspapers Engage The Community

Our newspaper recently worked on a project on infant mortality among African Americans in our community. Rates rivaled those of third world countries here in the capital city of the nation’s fourth largest state.

National Newspaper Week: Why Newspapers Will Be Around Tomorrow

The way that people consume information is changing rapidly, and I hear frequently that the death of newspapers is imminent. I think that people feel this way because they aren’t regular newspaper readers or they just don’t think that other people read newspapers as much as they did ten years ago. If they’re referring to the printed newspaper, they are usually correct.