Minutes from the October meeting of the Dillon County Fire Chiefs Association.
A Lumberton, NC, man only buys his lottery tickets from Wayne Hayes at Wayne’s BP in Dillon. Why? According to the player he feels luckier in South Carolina. Now he has proof. When Hayes checked the man’s Palmetto Cash 5 ticket, he knew right away it was special. The ticket was worth $200,000.
Dr. Darrell Holliday, a Professor of Business Administration at Coker College, was a featured speaker at the Annual Business Research Symposium held at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith October 27-28.
Toni Graves of Dillon was honored as 2010 Field Instructor of the Year on Friday, October 22, at Coker College’s annual Social Work Conference. The theme was “Redefining Ready: Preparing the Next Generation for the Future.”
Mayor Pro-Tem Randolph Gurley was indicted on four charges by a Dillon County grand jury last week.
City Manager Glen Wagner informed the council at their October meeting that the city would be tearing down the old warehouse donated to the city by the Bethea family.
The City of Dillon has hired its first full-time fire chief.
Many a homeowner has been jolted to discover the market value of his personal castle has dropped – the sales price it would bring today might even be less than what’s owed on the mortgage.
City Manager Glen Wagner, along with Lonnie Dye and Hardy Jackson, met with Pee Dee COG recently about the elevated tank.