Thank you for contacting me to express your thoughts about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) commonly referred to as “Obamacare”. I appreciate you taking the time to share your views with me, and I have heard from many constituents who feel the same way as you.
I want to thank Mr. Sheldon Edwards for his letter addressing his issues with the South Carolina Department of Transportation and to let him know he is not alone
My name is Ray Branch, I grew up in Dillon many many years ago—and so enjoy reading your articles in The Dillon Herald about how some things were in an earlier day.
In a family plot, at an old church near Little Rock, South Carolina, there is a monument to a soldier who gave his life exactly seventy years ago this fall. As the years go by, it is possible that less people recall the “who” or the “why”.
Since when did the clouds of dust and the crash of demolition on Dillon’s Main Street come to symbolize what was once this city’s proudly displayed slogan, “Quietly Progressive”?
My wife said you wrote something about President Roosevelt and I replied how important he was to the middle class and the poor. It’s a good history lesson for all.
Despite harsh economic times, Dillon High School remains committed to providing a quality education to every child entrusted to it.
Started out reading some of my out of town papers and most are about the Tea party holding American taxpayers for ransom.
Hello, my name is Jasmin Lane. I currently attend Dillon High School. I am in the 11th grade. I am ranked in the top 12 in the class of 2013 with a 3.860 GPA. I have been involved in student government and am active in my church youth group at Dillon Church of God.
It was a proud and historic day for Dillon County last Thursday when Salley Huggins McIntyre was sworn in as the first female Family Court Judge for the Fourth Judicial Circuit, and also the first female court judge from Dillon County.