Category: Community

Community interest news from Dillon County

WINTER WEATHER DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS FOR CHURCHES On 1-23-22

WINTER WEATHER DELAYS/CANCELLATIONS FOR CHURCHES On 1-23-22

PHOTO GALLERY: Hall Of Queens Holds Grand Opening

THE GRAND OPENING and ribbon cutting for Hall of Queens, owned by Kristi Watson and Melissa Thompson, was held on Friday, January 14th.

Dillon District Three To Hold eLearning Day On January 21st

Dillon School District Three will have an eLearning day on Friday, January 21st due to the possibility of inclement weather. All offices and schools will be closed.

BREAD OF LIFE: Life Is A Gift

My brothers and sisters, life is a gift from Almighty God whom the Trinity came together on the sixth day, scooped up some dust, made man in His own image, blew the breath of life into his nostrils, and man became a living soul.

Latta Middle School Spelling Bee Held

Latta Middle School recently hosted a Spelling Bee.

VFW POST 6091 Smart/Maher Teacher Of The Year Named

VFW POST 6091 Smart/Maher Teacher of the Year for Dillon County is Ms. Shelley Marsh, who teaches at Latta Middle School. Mrrs. Stephanie Ard, principal, won the $100 prize for writing the recommendation for Shelley.

Florence Regional Airport Receives Grant

Congressman James E. Clyburn announced that South Carolina airports will receive over $32 million in federal funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that was signed into law by President Biden in November.

CareSouth Carolina Named 2021 Community Health Center Of The Year Award

CareSouth Carolina was named the recipient of the 2021 Community Health Center of the Year Award by the South Carolina Primary Healthcare Association (SCPHCA).

CareSouth Carolina’s Jeri Andrews Receives Emerging Leader Of The Year Award

CareSouth Carolina’s Jeri Andrews, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, was named the recipient of the ‘Emerging Leader of the Year Award’ by the South Carolina Primary Healthcare Association (SCPHCA) for 2021.

DHEC Updates COVID-19 Guidance For Schools

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) on Sunday updated its COVID-19 guidance for K-12 schools booklet to reflect the latest COVID data and trends.