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Students complete course on Biblical education

Students complete course on Biblical education

Close to 100 sixth, seventh, and eighth-grade students from Colleton Middle School completed a learning course about Christianity last Thursday, which included free pizza, drinks, and home-made desserts. The students…

College recruiter visits TCTC

College recruiter visits TCTC

Ronald Derian, a college recruiter for Lincoln College of Technology (formerly known as Nashville Auto-Diesel College), shared information about the college with our Career and Technology Education (CATE) students on…

School board ponders building another new school

School board ponders building another new school

The Bells community could be receiving a new elementary school, but details around the whirling possibility are still very fuzzy. Early estimates have a new school costing the district a…

“Obamacare” could cost School District Big Bucks

“Obamacare” could cost School District Big Bucks

Colleton County School District officials are already working to prepare for how the new federal Affordable Health Care Act, dubbed “Obamacare,” will impact its budget and bottom-line for employees. District…

School beach trip cancelled after buses a no-show

School beach trip cancelled after buses a no-show

More than 100 second-graders at Northside Elementary School had their field trip abruptly cancelled Friday after a “miscommunication” inside the district’s transportation department. D.J. Washington, director of the Colleton County…

School board takes another look at uniform policy

School board takes another look at uniform policy

Parents are still waiting for the school board to officially change its controversial student uniform policy, as the board looked over a third revision of this policy last week. But…

First Colleton County student chosen for prestigious band event

First Colleton County student chosen for prestigious band event

The U.S. Army marched into Walterboro on Wednesday, October 16, to officially honor Colleton County High School Band of Blue trumpet player, Thomas Finigan, for being selected to be part…

U.S. Marine speaks with fourth-graders at Hendersonville Elementary School

U.S. Marine speaks with fourth-graders at Hendersonville Elementary School

U.S. Marine Corps Private Patrick Salley spoke to Mrs. Kathy O’Quinn’s fourth grade all boys’ class at Hendersonville Elementary School about his recent experiences in Basic Training at Marine Corps…

NJROTC Battery Creek Drill Meet

NJROTC Battery Creek Drill Meet

The Colleton County NJROTC drill teams and color guard finished sixth place overall at the Battery Creek High School Chester Puller Drill Meet last Saturday. They took third place in…

President Bill Clinton recognizes four Colleton schools as healthy places

President Bill Clinton recognizes four Colleton schools as healthy places

Former United States President Bill Clinton honored four Colleton County School District schools at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, for creating healthier environments for children to learn…