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O-W runs over Bulldogs to end season

O-W runs over Bulldogs to end season
The inability to stop a power-running game haunted the Marlboro County High football team all year.  Friday night, that weakness brought an end to the season.
Orangeburg-Wilkinson pounded the Bulldog defense for seven rushing touchdowns and over 250 yards enroute to a 46-33 win in the first round of the state playoffs.

New chief to focus on community policing in town of Clio

New chief to focus on community policing in town of Clio
On Monday, November 21, a crowd gathered at the old train depot in Clio to celebrate a new era for the town: the swearing-in of a new police chief. 
Chad Cheras officially started his duties on November 1. He brings to the job 23 years of experience in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps and a vested interest in bettering the town he now calls home.

Community Thanksgiving

Community Thanksgiving
First Presbyterian Church in Bennettsville was the scene of a community Thanksgiving service on Sunday evening, November 20. Pastors, choir members and worshipers representing churches of all denominations and throughout the community came together for a service of music and praise.

One death, one injury in collision

One death, one injury in collision
A Laurinburg, N.C., man died at the scene of a head-on collision Tuesday afternoon, November 8, on Academy Road, near McColl.
It happened around 2:25 p.m. Marlboro County Coroner Tim Brown identified the victim as 31-year-old Timothy Dane Bustard of Pea Bridge Road.

Henegan wins big in county, Dist. 54

Marlboro County’s only resident legislator will retain her seat in the S.C. House of Representatives following a resounding win in the general election.
Patricia Moore “Pat” Henegan, a Democrat from Bennettsville, won her re-election bid for S.C. House District 54, defeating her Republican challenger, J.D. Chaplin of Darlington County.
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