Category: Community

Community interest news from Dillon County

Photos: Dillon Middle School Groundbreaking

The groundbreaking for the new Dillon Middle School was held on Monday, April 18th.

Photos: Latta School Groundbreaking

The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Latta Early Childhood Center was held on Monday, April 18th.

Photos: Lake View Groundbreaking

The groundbreaking for the renovation and expansion of Lake View High School was held on Monday, April 18th.

Dave Bult, Jr. To Be Pastor In Kingsburg

Dave C. Bult, Jr. of Mullins, SC, former Associate Pastor at Blessed Hope Baptist Church, Marion, SC, has accepted the call from Kingsburg Baptist Church, Kingsburg, SC, to be their pastor.

Goody’s To Replace Peebles In Dillon

Dillon shoppers are in for a fashionable treat on May 18, 2011 when popular fashion store Goody’s makes its grand opening in the current Peebles store location at 214 Radford Boulevard.

Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held For School Projects

Groundbreaking ceremonies for three different school projects in Dillon County took place on Monday.

Latta High School Earns Palmetto Gold

The Palmetto Gold and Silver Awards Program was established by the Education Accountability Act of 1998. As an important part of the education accountability system in South Carolina, the Awards program is designed to recognize and reward schools that attain high levels of absolute performance and schools that attain high rates of improvement.

Review: Final Production Of Theatre Season Was ‘Wonderful’

For the final production of the 2010-11 season the Dillon County Theatre presented a sparkling musical revue—“All the World’s A Stage” starring Robin Thompson and “Friends.”

Olivia Harrell Public Speaking Contest Held At Stewart Heights Elementary

Third grade students at Stewart Heights Elementary School participated in the Olivia Harrell Public Speaking Contest on April 5.

Ty’Sheoma Bethea To Attend Dillon Middle Ceremony

Superintendent Ray Rogers has confirmed to The Dillon Herald that Ty’Sheoma Bethea, the JVM student who wrote President Barack Obama about the condition of her school, will be in attendance at Monday’s groundbreaking for the new school.