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Libby’s Recipes: Banana Nut Muffins

Our daughter Kate was home from Clemson this past week. She will be back for spring break in less than three weeks- yeah.
I made these muffins Sunday morning just before Kate headed back to Clemson. She took half the bath with her- still piping hot!

John Michael Bourgoin

John Michael Bourgoin, 47, died February 26, 2011.

Eunice Faye Gray

Services for Eunice Faye Gray will be held 3:00 p.m. Friday in Bethesda Southern Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. Thursday in Cooper Funeral Home.

Animal Shelter Is Open

The new Dillon County Animal Shelter is open and is accepting animals, according to County Administrator Clay Young.

NAACP Branch Holds Freedom Fund Banquet

The Dillon Branch of the NAACP held their annual Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, February 5, 2011 at Brandi’s Banquet Hall in Dillon.

Letter To The Editor: Cell Phone Usage In Vehicles

I’m a caring, concerned citizen here in Dillon County.
I’m writing to say they should pass the law for adults and teenagers that they should not be talking or emailing on cell phones and driving at the same time.

Groundwater Awareness Week To Be Observed March 6-12

Groundwater is important to every person, and there is something every person can do to be a good groundwater steward: That’s the core message of the 2011 National Ground Water Awareness Week March 6-12.

Dillon City Council Discusses Several Matters

Several different matters were discussed at the Dillon City Council meeting held recently.

Observations #2

An avid gardener and outdoorsman all his life, now that the season is warming, he longs to get his hands dirty, to work the soil, to do the planting like he used to do but, alas, there will be no gardening this year. His last attempt to deal with nature’s bounty was difficult.

DHS Educator Named State Teacher Of The Year Finalist

Five outstanding classroom teachers were named today as finalists in South Carolina’s State Teacher of the Year Program.
Among them is Beth R. Hinson, a biology teacher at Dillon High School.