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Hazmat training involved local and state personnel

Hazmat training involved local and state personnel

                      A phone call from someone curious about a convoy of blue trucks seen in the Walterboro area prompted the…

          The two remaining candidates for the Office of Colleton County Sheriff answered questions asked by the staff of The Colletonian recently.  Questions for Sheriff’s Office…

Doctor’s Creek Church turns 175 years old

Doctor’s Creek Church turns 175 years old

Many people attended the Homecoming Celebration of Doctor’s Creek Baptist Church’s 175th Anniversary Sunday at the church, located on Doctor’s Creek Road near Walterboro. Some of the people attending the…

Team gearing up for Empty Bowls project

Team gearing up for Empty Bowls project

  It has been nearly a year since the last annual Empty Bowls Project occurred, but team members haven’t been idle. Debra Derebery and her team of volunteers, consisting of…

Colleton “Pink Glove Dance” Leads Lowcountry Hospitals with Over 3,000 Votes

Colleton “Pink Glove Dance” Leads Lowcountry Hospitals with Over 3,000 Votes

Colleton Medical Center staff helped kick-off breast cancer awareness month by producing a “Pink Glove Dance” music video.  The Pink Glove Dance is a global initiative where hospitals use dance…

Leadership Colleton Oyster Shell Recycling Project Begins

Leadership Colleton Oyster Shell Recycling Project Begins

  The members of the Leadership Colleton Class of 2012 gathered early last Saturday morning at the Robertson Boulevard recycling center to begin work on the first of three oyster…

Tuskegee Airmen awards banquet to be held

Tuskegee Airmen awards banquet to be held

The Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated’s Hiram E. Mann Chapter is sponsoring the 13th Annual Awards Banquet on Saturday, October 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Colleton County Middle School in Walterboro. Attendance…

Couple met as result of a column in The National Examiner

Couple met as result of a column in The National Examiner

  After not hearing from Ann and D.J. Hubbard for over 28 years ago, a phone call last week brought back distant memories of an early interview and article. The…

Study on pool possibility won’t cost anything

City Manager Jeff Lord was asked to look into the feasibility of the construction and the operation of a community swimming pool within city limits, but Walterboro City Council members…

Cancer Awareness month spreads to local schools

Cancer Awareness month spreads to local schools

Students from Colleton County High School, Colleton County Middle School, and Colleton Preparatory Academy all wore pink shirts on Friday in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast Cancer Awareness…