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County Council Decides To Offer Contract To Administrator Candidate

In a 5-2 vote on Friday morning, the Dillon County Council decided to offer a contract to one of the candidates for county administrator.

General Sessions Court To Convene On February 6th

General Sessions Court will convene on February 6, 2023 at the Dillon County Judicial Center with the Honorable Judge Michael Holt presiding. Jurors are to report on February 6, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. per Gwen T. Hyatt, Clerk of Court.

Hyatt Named To Honor List At North Dakota State College Of Science

The North Dakota State College of Science has named 439 students to its fall semester 2022 President’s Honor List.

Cooper Lane On Swamp Fox Honor Roll

A total of 159 student-athletes at Francis Marion University, who earned 3.0 or higher grade point average during the 2022 fall semester, have been named to the university’s Swamp Fox Honor Roll.

Local Student On CCTC President’s List

Britney Sawyer, of Latta, was named to the CCTC Fall 2022 President’s List for Part-time Students.

Women In Philanthropy Kick Off New Year

Women in Philanthropy, the Giving Circle Fund of Eastern Carolina Community Foundation, kicked off the new year at their advisory board meeting on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

William Wolfe Graduates

William Wolfe of Dillon, SC, recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the College of Charleston.

Local Students Named To SNHU President’s List

It is with great pleasure that Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) congratulates the following students on being named to the Fall 2022 President’s List.

Clemson Extension Specialist Give Tips For Corn And Soybean Farmers

As South Carolina corn and soybean farmers prepare for the 2023 growing season, Clemson Extension specialists have a few tips to help ensure productive and profitable crops.

Duke Energy Reaches Agreement With All Parties On Rate Review Request

Duke Energy Progress has reached a comprehensive agreement with all parties, including consumer, environmental and industrial groups in South Carolina, for its rate review request filed in September of last year.