Capt. James W. “Jim” Gray Jr., who has served as Interim Police Chief of the Marion Police Department for the past seven months, has been appointed by Marion Mayor Rodney Berry as the city’s Police Chief. Berry made the announcement Wednesday.
Kristina Osborn, of Latta, has been accepted to the Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, SC.
On May 6, the T.Y.L.A. Program held a session involving clients from Dillon and Marlboro County.
Nes Arnette of Dillon has been elected to the Clemson University Undergraduate Student Senate for the 2011-2012 school year.
As a citizen of S.C. for 32 years, I know I’ve got the right to speak about our lands, water and air when it’s being threatened. This giant corporation called MRR wants to bring garbage to S.C. from the whole east coast for 35 years or until the dump is full. Some citizens don’t realize how this hurts us as people of S.C.
I would like to take this opportunity to celebrate mothers on this week after Mother’s Day 2011.
Most people I now watched at least some of the royal wedding of William and Kate for one reason it was just about all that was being televised on the major networks.
Mrs. Lola Jeannette Liles Moore, a native of the Carolina Community, Dillon County, passed away on Monday, May, 9, 2011 after an extended illness.
Verline Spates of Lake City died Monday, May 2, 2011 at Carolinas Hospital System, Florence.
I made these Tennessee Treats last week, and they went over quite well.