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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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The Dillon Herald Sep 12
Dillon City Council 1: via
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The Dillon Herald Sep 11
A woman has been charged in the death of a child left unattended in a vehicle, according to Chief David Lane of the City of Dillon Police Department. See story on
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SCDOT Sep 10
Just 6 inches of flood water can knock over an adult. And it only takes 12 to 18 inches of flowing water to carry away most vehicles including large SUVs.
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The Dillon Herald Sep 10
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR CLIFF AND RHONDA COLE A funeral service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 11, at Kemper Baptist Church.
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DSD4 Sep 10
Per South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster: Dillon District Four Schools will be closed tomorrow Tuesday, September 11, 2018 until further notice. A phone call notice and television updates will be given of when school will be back in session.
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Dillon Football Sep 10
No practice tomorrow we will let you know when we will practice again
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foodsafety.gov Sep 10
Salmonella outbreak: Gravel Ridge Farms cage-free eggs recalled after 14 people sick in 2 states. Do not eat, serve or sell recalled eggs. Learn more:
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Ryan Mosier Sep 10
. is prepared for , and we encourage customers to prepare by checking their supply of flashlights, batteries, bottled water, non-perishable foods, medicines, etc. Also, ensure a portable, battery operated radio, TV or NOAA radio is on hand.
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Trooper Bob Sep 10
What to expect in Charleston on Sept 11th: -5:00am: Set up begins for the reversal of I-26. -8:00am: Trooper “flush cars” leave Columbia and travel down I-26 to I-526. 12:00pm: All lanes on I-26 will be reversed westbound to I-77 in Columbia. 🚓🚙🚛🚗🚐 🌀
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Andy Shain Sep 10
Details on South Carolina lane reversals scheduled to start noon Tuesday for evacuations: Myrtle Beach US 501 - Two sections From SC 544 to US 378 From SC 22 (Conway Bypass) to SC 576 in Marion County Charleston I-26 -- From I-526 to I-77 near Columbia
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South Carolina Ports Sep 10
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SCEMD Sep 9
As you prepare for consider chargers for your cell phones and battery packs for your devices.
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The Dillon Herald Sep 10
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The Dillon Herald Sep 8
PHOTO GALLERY: Lake View Falls To Dillon...
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The Dillon Herald Sep 8
PHOTO GALLERY: Lake View Falls To Dillon...
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The Dillon Herald Sep 8
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The Dillon Herald Sep 8
Hurricane Prep Tips...
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The Dillon Herald Sep 8
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SCEMD Sep 7
South Carolina residents should watch Tropical Storm forecasts. SCEMD has increased operations to one level above normal to prepare for the possibility that the storm could head this way, more info:
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NWS Wilmington NC Sep 8
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