In recent months, the City of Dillon has received numerous complaints about dogs. It comes up at city council meetings and on other occasions.
The editorials and opinions of the editor of The Dillon Herald and guest columnists
Op-Ed: Reading, Writing, And Financial Literacy
Where did you learn about personal finance? Did a patient parent explain the difference between spending for what you need versus what you want?
A Public Servant
Rarely, if ever, does The Herald comment on the stories published in other newspapers, but we couldn’t let the recently published story in the Post & Courier about Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem, Dr. Phil Wallace, go by without putting in our two cents.
Editorial: 4-H Is Alive And Well In Dillon County
Many of you may remember a few months back when we announced that Dillon County had a new 4-H agent, Elizabeth Snipes.
Editorial: Staying Informed
Staying informed about your local government and the issues that affect your is important.
Editorial: A New Day
It’s a new day in Dillon County…a new year, a new Sheriff, and a new chance to get things right.
Op-Ed: A Year Of Unforeseen Challenges
This year has been full of unforeseen challenges. The pandemic has forced us to adjust many aspects of our daily lives as we adapt to a new normal.
Editorial: Take COVID-19 Seriously
How many people are too many? How many people need to get sick? How many people need to die? How many people in our county need to suffer before everyone starts taking COVID-19 seriously?
Editorial: Support Three Worthy Causes
The Dillon Herald is asking for your support of three worthy causes this year that are in need of your help and donations—the Dillon County Animal Shelter food and supplies drive, The Dillon Herald Toy Drive in partnership with the Dillon County United Way and Palmetto Leadership Dillon County, and The Dillon Herald Food Drive for Help For Veterans, Inc.
Editorial: Recognition Of Dillon County Voter Registration Office
Another election has come and gone, and Dillon County voters came out in strong numbers this year with a nearly 67 percent turnout; however, election after election, one office fails to get the recognition it deserves. That office is the Dillon County Voter Registration Office.