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Crash near Clio claims life of Dillon man

Crash near Clio claims life of Dillon man
A Dillon man lost his life following a single-vehicle crash near Clio.
It happened just after 6 p.m. Monday, May 26, on Hebron-Dunbar Road, according to Senior Trooper Hannah Wimberly of the S.C. Highway Patrol.
Marlboro County Coroner Tim Brown identified the victim as 31-year-old Randy Jackson of Dillon.
According to the Highway Patrol, Jackson was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup north on Hebron-Dunbar Road...

Years after football injury, MCHS standout Kris Pankey seeks to inspire young men

Years after football injury, MCHS standout Kris Pankey seeks to inspire young men
Jobs, education and a cleaner environment topped the list of concerns raised by candidates during a political forum held Tuesday night at the courthouse.
The Marlboro County Branch of the NAACP and the Berea Baptist Association sponsored the forum, inviting the candidates for the two local offices that will be part of the June 10 Democratic Primary to participate.
The candidates are Patricia Henegan, Fred Thomas and Greg Ohanesian for...

Primary elections in less than two weeks

The first decision that voters will face when they get to the polls on June 10 - or when they vote absentee, if they qualify, between now and then - is not which candidates they want to support, but whether they want to vote as Democrats or Republicans.
Voters may participate in either the Democratic or the Republican primary, but not both. 
Since all local candidates filed as Democrats, the only way to help determine local...

Dr. C.W. Love remembered for his generosity, support of community

Dr. C.W. Love remembered for his generosity, support of community
It would be almost impossible to visit McColl and not find something bearing the name or legacy of one of its most prominent citizens.
Dr. Charles W. Love, Sr., died Wednesday, May 21, at the age of 90. He will be laid to rest Friday.
Love was originally from Blacksburg, SC, not McColl, but he made it his home for more than 60 years, moving there after graduating from dental school at Emory University in...

Political forum to take place May 27

A political forum scheduled for next Tuesday, May 27, will give residents the opportunity to hear from candidates for local offices that are up for election.
The Marlboro County Branch NAACP and the Berea Baptist Association are hosting the forum, which will take place in the main courtroom of the Marlboro County Courthouse beginning at 6 p.m.
Each candidate will have a few minutes to talk about his or her political platform. This...
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