0 Dillon County Has Gained Ground In Federal Dollars Set Here To The Editor: The US Department of Veterans Affairs has recently released the annual report of Federal dollars disbursed to Veterans/Widows/Dependents by State and County for Fiscal Year 2009. Again, Dillon County has gained ground in federal (immediately disposable) dollars being sent into Dillon…
This vehicle, which has N.C. tags, overturned on the morning of June 16 in front of Blackmon’s Grocery on Highway 301 South.
Mrs. Lemoyne Hayes Arnette, 89, died June 11, 2010 at McLeod Hospice House in Florence, SC. Visitation will be from 6:00-8:00 PM Saturday, June 12, 2010 at Kannaday Funeral Home in Dillon. Funeral services are at 3:00 PM, Sunday, June 13, 2010 at First Baptist Church in Dillon with burial in Greenlawn Cemetery, directed by Kannaday Funeral Home.
Ruby Coates McLellan, 102, passed away in Sunny Acres Nursing Home June 12, 2010.
Judge Paul M. Burch has issued his order which stems from the hearing on dirt hauling and county council members directing county employees. The hearing took place in May.
0 Thanks Delegation To the Editor: I would like to publicly thank the Dillon County Delegation for their continuing support of the Town of Latta. At any time, when Senator Williams and Representative Hayes are contacted for their support, they willingly and quickly come forward to assist us. They work as partners; therefore, more can…
Recently I received a Thank You note from a friend now living in Pickens County, SC. Most of her life was spent in nearby Lake View where her parents were educators and she, Beth, was a remarkable asset to that small Dillon County town. She was a library volunteer who might not give rise in your estimation of her importance but then you must not know the great influence that Beth cast on the community of book lovers there.
Pam Daniels, veteran teacher of 17 years, was proudly selected by South Elementary’s faculty to be the 2009-10 Teacher of the Year.
The run-off election for the Democratic nomination for Probate Judge is June 22nd.
Former Dillon County resident Timmy Dee will be featured in the upcoming feature film, “Ten.”