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Native Americans perform at Colleton Museum

Native Americans perform at Colleton Museum

In celebration of the Smithsonian exhibit now on display at the Colleton Museum & Farmers Market, Keepers of the Word Drum performed on Tuesday, December 2, at the Colleton Museum…

Walterboro names Johnnie Thompson citizen of the year

Walterboro names Johnnie Thompson citizen of the year

The City of Walterboro, known for its historic charm and abundant natural resources, has named Johnnie Thompson Walterboro’s 2012 Citizen of the Year. Thompson was honored during a presentation at…

Christmas Parade in Cottageville was well attended

Christmas Parade in Cottageville was well attended

  Many spectators enjoyed what many have come to call the biggest and best Cottageville Christmas Parade ever held, This year’s parade occurred on Saturday morning at 11 a.m. People…

Local artist gets inspiration from Lowcountry traditions

Local artist gets inspiration from Lowcountry traditions

Noted Lowcountry artist, Robert Washington is the featured artist at the Colleton Museum & Farmers Market during the month of December.  Washington, a Walterboro native, attended Voorhees College in Denmark,…

This year’s parade marshal has served Walterboro well over the years

This year’s parade marshal has served Walterboro well over the years

Ted Parker was honored to be asked to the Grand Marshal at the City of Walterboro’s 2012 Christmas Parade that was held Saturday evening. Parker has seen a lot since…

Pilot program will hopefully save potential pets

Pilot program will hopefully save potential pets

  A new program that will soon begin in Colleton County will greatly reduce the number of puppies and dogs currently being euthanized in Colleton County. The euthanization rate in…

Many attended cane grinding in Islandton

Many attended cane grinding in Islandton

  About 250 people, one from as far away as Louisiana, attended the 20th annual old-fashioned cane grinding at the residence of Allen Bishop on Sniders Highway between Sniders and…

Colleton Museum Smithsonian Institute exhibit kicked off

Colleton Museum Smithsonian Institute exhibit kicked off

Marlena Smalls and the Hallelujah Singers and the Colleton Mass Choir joined forces ay the Colleton Center on Hampton Street in an almost-successful effort to bring the house down. The…

Many give help to needy people while also having fun

Many give help to needy people while also having fun

“Empty Bowls is just such a wonderful event, the people attending have such a good time, and the proceeds go to help people in need.” Those were the wise words…

Toys ready to ship to children around the world

Toys ready to ship to children around the world

Members of Jacksonboro Baptist Church were hard at work Friday morning, packing shoe sized boxes filled with toys, school supplies, and hygienic items into larger shipping crates so they can…