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Market manager knows freshness can be found Downtown

Market manager knows freshness can be found Downtown

Colleton Farmer’s Market Manager Ted Chewning has held his new position for almost three months, following former Manager Marilyn Peters’ retirement after a successful tenure. “My background is in marketing.…

Welding students compete using self-built go-karts

Welding students compete using self-built go-karts

The first Go-Kart Race of the welding students of Thunderbolt Career & Technology Center (TCTC) took place on Tuesday, May 28, at the Technical College of the Lowcountry’s Career Skills…

PRTC announces winner in National College Scholarship Program

PRTC announces winner in National College Scholarship Program

Palmetto Rural Telephone Cooperative is pleased to announce that Courtney Kramer is the recipient of a $2,500 college scholarship from PRTC and the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS), the philanthropic…

Two brothers receive Eagle level with local Troop 686

Two brothers receive Eagle level with local Troop 686

On Saturday, May 18, at the age of 14, Jacob Andrew Colson proudly received his Eagle Scout ranking at a ceremony with fellow scouts, friends, and family surrounding him at…

Post Office Food Drive hugely successful

Post Office Food Drive hugely successful

The citizens of Walterboro and surrounding Colleton County did their best to help feed the hungry Saturday, May 11. “The people of Walterboro opened their hearts and gave in abundance…

Local resident taking provisions to Oklahoma

Local resident taking provisions to Oklahoma

When longtime Walterboro resident Cal Carter saw the devastation that an F-5 tornado had wreaked on the town of Moore, Oklahoma, on the news in the days just after the…

Volunteers making blankets for Veterans’ Victory House

Volunteers making blankets for Veterans’ Victory House

Those living at the Veterans’ Victory House on Sidneys Road in Walterboro will be sleeping more snugly before too long, thanks to the efforts of Walterboro Elks Lodge, B.P.O.E. 1988,…

Youth Leadership Colleton leader directs her last graduation

Youth Leadership Colleton leader directs her last graduation

Youth Leadership Colleton Director Lynette Fryar described this year’s graduation as “a bitter-sweet experience.” “This has been a rewarding experience. I have grown a lot from this, and I have…

Laura Lynn Hughes Recognized as Distinguished Colletonian

Laura Lynn Hughes Recognized as Distinguished Colletonian

Laura Lynn Campbell Hughes received the Distinguished Colletonian Award at the Colleton County Historical and Preservation Society’s annual Preservation Awards. As a past president of CCHAPS and chair of both…

Good crowd attended antiques show, despite weather

Good crowd attended antiques show, despite weather

Saturday’s Seventh Annual Antiques, History, and Arts Festival drew in a good crowd of happy people along East Washington Street, browsing at various items offered for sale, and even purchasing…