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Back To School

Back To School

The Colleton Staff wishes everyone a great and safe school year! Thank you to everyone for sending in your back to school pictures!…

CCHS begins the year with a pep rally

CCHS begins the year with a pep rally

Front Porch Sports Talk returning as TV show

Front Porch Sports Talk returning as TV show

A popular local sports talk show is on its way back to the air. Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative announced today that Front Porch Sports Talk, which gained a loyal listening…

Police Talk Gun Safety to Local Kids

Police Talk Gun Safety to Local Kids

The Colleton Memorial Library held quite a crowd for the first public gun safety talk last Wednesday, August 1st. As part of their summer community outreach program, the Walterboro Police…

5 Back-to-School Shopping Tips to Buy More Time

5 Back-to-School Shopping Tips to Buy More Time

It’s that time of year again. Parents are preparing for the rush of back-to-school with a seemingly never-ending to-do list. As you run around to purchase school supplies, uniforms and…

Colleton County Schools: Proactive Planning

Colleton County Schools: Proactive Planning

“It brought the nation to its knees, but now that we have gotten back up how have things changed? What have we learned?” This quote is located on the wall…

Colleton Medical Center Opens New Outpatient Rehabilitation Location

Colleton Medical Center Opens New Outpatient Rehabilitation Location

In its ongoing commitment to delivering quality and convenient rehabilitation services to the community, Colleton Medical Center is pleased to announce the opening of its new outpatient rehabilitation clinic, now…

Keep beach lights out to protect sea turtle hatchlings

Keep beach lights out to protect sea turtle hatchlings

The 2018 sea turtle hatching season is underway in South Carolina – and due to dune erosion, state wildlife officials say it’s more important than ever to keep artificial lights…

Lynah Crosby Entertained the P.E.P. Club

Lynah Crosby Entertained the P.E.P. Club

Submitted by Norma Weeks The June meeting of the P.E.P. (people enjoying people) Club which is for seniors was entertained by Lynah Crosby. Mrs. Crosby plans tours that includes cruises,…

Blood Drive ends with 42 pints collected

Blood Drive ends with 42 pints collected

Submitted by Norma Weeks The July 9th blood drive started so badly but had an amazing end. To start with the computer was not working and another one had to…

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