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Cougars Face Neighboring Rival Woodland

By Ralph Way The Colleton County High School Cougar Basketball season began on November 27 as they traveled to Hampton to face the Red Devils. The Lady Cougars are coming…

CPA Varsity wins first game of playoffs

CPA Varsity wins first game of playoffs

Colleton Prep’s varsity football team took the first step in defending their state championship title by easily defeating Laurens Academy in the first round of the SCISA “A” playoffs. CPA…

Cougars see late game lead evaporate

Cougars see late game lead evaporate

For the second time this season, the Cougars appeared to be heading for that terribly elusive first win of the season Friday. But, as in the past, they saw their…

Ruffin High School’s Alumni Homecoming Reunion held

Ruffin High School’s Alumni Homecoming Reunion held

The theme for this year’s Second Biannual Ruffin High School Homecoming Reunion was on target, which was “United On Purpose”. Alumni from across this great U.S.A. was in attendance. The…

Many enjoyed Harvest Festival

Many enjoyed Harvest Festival

A large crowd enjoyed several different activities at the Harvest Festival held at the Farmers Market at the Colleton Museum on Memorial Avenue last Wednesday. People attending the event enjoyed…

Smithsonian Exhibition Explores Roots Music Traditions

The Colleton Museum & Farmers Market, Colleton Center, Colleton County Memorial Library, Walterboro/Colleton Chamber of Commerce and Colleton County Arts Council in cooperation with the SC Humanities Council will explore…

Walterboro, the “Front porch of the Lowcountry,” rocks into the holidays

Walterboro, the “Front porch of the Lowcountry,” rocks into the holidays

The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, will showcase its wares and start the holiday season off with a Holiday Open House on November…

Time for a Public Financial Code of Conduct in our state

For many hardworking South Carolinians focused on doing the right thing every day, the embezzlement of public funds might seem to rarely occur in the Palmetto State – you know,…

Colleton County Volunteers Speak for Abused and Neglected Children

Guardian ad Litem (GAL) volunteers are people like you. Some volunteers work full time, some are retired, some are students, some are teachers, some are grandparents; but they are all…

Sixth grade students celebrate Bible Class completion

Sixth grade students celebrate Bible Class completion

On Thursday, October 25, students celebrated with their teacher, Pastor Wayne Lucas and local volunteers after completing a four hour Bible class. Thirty one sixth-grade students from Colleton County Middle…

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