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Kayak Fishing book shares How-To Info

Kayak Fishing book shares How-To Info

One of the fastest growing demographics among anglers are those wanting to fish from a kayak. With the economic downturn, the revolution in kayak fishing has been accelerated since fewer…

Special Olympics is a very special event for everyone involved

Special Olympics is a very special event for everyone involved

Many people participated in the various sporting competitions held during the Colleton County Special Olympics held at Colleton County Middle School from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday. Under grey skies that…

Candidates should pay postage on fliers placed in mailboxes

Candidates should pay postage on fliers placed in mailboxes

Two candidates running for Walterboro City Council seats have violated Federal laws by placing political campaign advertisements into mailboxes within the city without paying postage. “Two candidates placed numerous fliers…

Nicole Holmes has a positive plan for Walterboro

Nicole Holmes has a positive plan for Walterboro

Nicole Holmes, the 42-year-old owner/operator of Carmine’s Trattoria in Walterboro’s historic Downtown area, strongly believes that economic growth and development, a positive turn in the way that the issue of…

Culpepper running for city council seat

Culpepper running for city council seat

Deborah Culpepper cites her worries over the longevity of the Walterboro City Fire Department as one of the main reasons she decided to run for one of three seats on…

Insurance brokers seek help from Capitol Hill

Insurance brokers seek help from Capitol Hill

Local insurance agency owner Mary Ann Cannady and two other Lowcountry insurance representatives traveled to Washington, D.C. recently to ask for help in the Americans to Protect Family Security Coalition.…

Beach residents vote again on Tuesday

Beach residents vote again on Tuesday

Edisto Beach residents will get another chance Tuesday to vote on the Republican candidate to run against Democratic Party nominee Elizabeth Colbert Busch during the Special District 1 Congressional race…

Student’s quick action helps woman in distress

Student’s quick action helps woman in distress

Last Thursday, Perry Mitchell went from playing on a motorbike to helping a damsel in distress in a matter of seconds. Perry, a sixth-grader at Colleton County Middle School (CCMS),…

Tom Lohr seeks second term on Walterboro City Council

Tom Lohr seeks second term on Walterboro City Council

Tom Lohr will combine his past political experience with his experience while working as school system administrator within South Carolina to try to win a second term on Walterboro’s City…

Buckner foresees bright future for Walterboro

Buckner foresees bright future for Walterboro

Councilman Dwayne Buckner feels that his tenure on the Walterboro City Council over the past four years has given him insight into the workings of a government with a bright…