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Hunting Island State Park Reopens May 26

Hunting Island State Park Reopens May 26

The impacts from Hurricane Matthew affected the coastal plain of the Lowcountry in numerous ways, including beach erosion from Tybee Island to Edisto Island. The Memorial Day holiday brings good…

Battling the River

Battling the River

By Brian Benton The name said it all in this year’s Lowcountry River Rats Challenge race.There were only a few entrants into this year’s longest section of the approximately 235-mile…

CCHS 32nd Annual Band of Blue Awards

CCHS 32nd  Annual Band of Blue Awards

Submitted by Tom Finigan Over 500 Band Parents, Friends, and Family attended the 32nd Annual Band of Blue Awards Program, Thursday, May 18th at the Performing Arts Center at Colleton…

Kicking Off National Safe Boating Week

Kicking Off National Safe Boating Week

With warmer weather and boating season in full swing, the National Safe Boating Week will be May 20th-26th this year. This week is observed to help promote safe boating. First…

Wetland Night Sounds at Donnelly WMA

Wetland Night Sounds at Donnelly WMA

Nature lovers may already be familiar with the 8,000-acre Donnelley Wildlife Management Area located in southern Colleton County. The large tracts of land in this area form the heart of…

Lady Cougars Soccer

By Amye Stivender The Colleton County High School Lady Cougar soccer team traveled to Lugoff-Elgin on Monday, May 1 for the first round of AAAA playoffs. It would turn into…

Come Join In On The Colleton All-Star Evaluations

Come Join In On The Colleton All-Star Evaluations

Over the past seven years, Coach Craig Grant has been on a mission to help the future athletes of Colleton County. He developed the Colleton All-Star Program to help the…

Barns, Barbecue, and Bales of Cotton: A Rural Retrospective

Barns, Barbecue, and Bales of Cotton: A Rural Retrospective

All regions of the Palmetto State share ties to early economic roots associated with agriculture. Some choose to hold on to and embrace this rural heritage despite the trends of…

Get Ready for the Kid’s Fishing Rodeo

Get Ready for the Kid’s Fishing Rodeo

The pond at the Gladys Whiddon Park added a recent addition this week in preparation for an upcoming event, in the size of 450lb of fish. This year the South…

Cougars Final Game of the Season

Cougars Final Game of the Season

The Cougar baseball team tackled their biggest opponents this week as they fought hard to secure the top spot in the playoffs. Coming off a winning streak, the Cougars headed…

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