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The Dillon Herald
A semi-weekly newspaper in Dillon County, South Carolina. Established in 1894, The Dillon Herald is the oldest continuously operated business in Dillon County.
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Ja’Ronda McCrimmon Feb 14
Finally got my acceptance letter. Has always been my dream school 😩😩😩♥️ I’m so happy rn!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Readygov Feb 14
We can leave together anytime, anywhere 🏡🚗
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SCDOT Pee Dee Feb 14
Construction; I-95 NB: btwn Exit193 & 1.5 mi S of NC St Line, lft ln clsd, Began: 6:05PM, Sch end: 2/15 6AM.| 6:09P
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The Dillon Herald Feb 14
HELP WANTED: PROFESSIONAL MANAGER NEEDED. See ad below.
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The Dillon Herald Feb 13
In Thursday's issue... New Lake View Police Chief Charlie Watson Former Council On Aging Director Joni Spivey 13 Arrested By City And County Honor Rolls New column by Michael Goings The latest sports ...and much more.
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The Dillon Herald Feb 11
The Latta United Methodist Women expressed their love and appreciation to the dedicated men of the Water and Sanitation Department for the Town of Latta. A variety of goodies, including a “Thank You” cake, were personally delivered to the men by some of the UMW members.
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Dillon School District Four Feb 11
On Thursday, February 7th, a dinner was held to honor the students who attended Palmetto Girls State and Palmetto Boys State. DHS would like to congratulate (L to R) Skyler McCoy, Cole Carroll, Isaiah Richards, Jacqueline Reaves, and Lee Hodge. Not pictured is Deonte' Godfray.
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Darius Leonard Feb 10
Gotta keep mom dukes happy !!
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Dillon School District Four Feb 11
The LVHS Varsity Boys Basketball Team will host Baptist Hill High School in the first round of playoff action on Tuesday, February 12, at 7:00pm. Good luck, Wild Gators! Admission is $6.00 or South Carolina High School League Pass Only
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Florence Co Library Feb 11
will host the Pee Dee Local Author Expo on Sat. Feb. 23. Local authors will be on hand to display and sell their books from 1 through 4 p.m. The public is invited to come and visit with the authors, peruse their books, and purchase copies if desired.
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foodsafety.gov Feb 8
Germs are everywhere! Protect yourself and your family from getting sick and spreading germs to others by washing your hands the right way.
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Trooper Sonny SCHP Feb 8
Colonel Williamson, Major Warren, Captain Nell, and the Streater family with the road dedication sign that will honor the late Captain James Streater.
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Dillon Football Feb 11
Playoff basketball games are $6
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The Dillon Herald Feb 11
City Council Recognizes Wildcats Football Team...
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The Dillon Herald Feb 7
Congratulations to Dillon's Mayor Todd Davis, Dillon County Chamber of Commerce's Citizen of the Year! Read all about this and other award winners next week in The Dillon Herald.
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The Dillon Herald Jan 23
FOR SALE: La-Z-Boy set. $800 negotiable. Includes couch with two reclining seats, love seat with two reclining seats, and recliner. Beige in color. Good condition. Call or text 843-230-4653 if interested. Must sell quickly so call immediately!
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SCDOT Jan 20
Immediate family members may apply for a standard roadside memorial sign to honor loved ones who were lost in traffic crashes on the state's highways. Brittany Peacock speaks with Emily Thomas about the SCDOT program. (Video by Cody Crouch/SCDOT)
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NWS Wilmington NC Jan 20
Frigid wind chills to start the week! It could feel as cold as 10 degrees in some places across the area on Monday morning! Dress warm, know the risks, and take care of those pets!
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