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Past articles by Dale:

Bowman Harvest Festival this weekend

The 17th annual Bowman Harvest Festival is coming this weekend with family-friendly activities for everyone. → Read More

Squad aims to instill pride in Bowman

BOWMAN -- The Bowman Pride Squad is taking steps to “create, restore and instill pride” in the town. → Read More

Elloree Museum now free for students, teachers

ELLOREE — The price of admission to the Elloree Heritage Museum and Cultural Center is being waived for all students and their teachers, said Administrative Manager Kay Shirer. → Read More

'Once a gardener, always a gardener': Christine Hollar's yard, home in bloom all year long

At age 75, Christine Hollar hasn’t slowed down. → Read More

Empowering girls: Camp participants talk bullying, suicide, self-esteem

“When they bullied me, I almost committed suicide,” Shekinah Davis said. “They called me names and pulled off my hairpiece. I wanted to kill myself, but my friend stopped me.” → Read More

Longtime city employee retires

A familiar face is missing from Orangeburg City Hall. → Read More

BRANCHVILLE TOWN COUNCIL: New police car on the way

Branchville’s new police vehicle is on the way, the police chief told town council at the June meeting. → Read More

OCSD4: Fund balance lower than state requires

Orangeburg Consolidated School District Four is looking at a depleted fund balance in its last year as an independent district. → Read More

H-K-T fifth grader wins national award for overcoming learning obstacles

Joshua Doles, a fifth grader at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler Elementary School, was one of 16 students recognized nationally for overcoming obstacles and becoming a thriving, successful learner. → Read More

LMHS celebrates International Day

SANTEE -- Students at Lake Marion High School recently experienced the culture of many nations around the world without leaving Orangeburg County. → Read More

ORANGEBURG-CALHOUN TECHNICAL COLLEGE: Standing tall with 3 nursing programs

Qualified nurses are truly the heart of the health profession, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College’s President Dr. Walt Tobin says. → Read More

'Healthy, Wealthy & Wise': Health fair offers help, advice to community

Healthy, Wealthy & Wise, a health fair sponsored by Greater Faith Baptist Church and Alpha Omicron Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, offered the local community information on a → Read More

Towns partner to fight mosquitoes

BRANCHVILLE -- Branchville Town Council recently approved a plan to partner with Rowesville to spray for mosquitoes this summer. → Read More

Branchville students to compete at national level

Branchville/Lockett Beta Club members in grades five through 12 have won a total of 19 state-level awards, including six first-place awards. → Read More

Alzheimer's affects more than 5 million in U.S.

A woman drives into a parking garage and parks on the third floor by the elevator. She goes to a meeting and returns four hours later to find the space → Read More

OCSD4 trustees vote to take $448k from general fund for technology lease payments

Trustees recently approved taking approximately $448,000 out of the Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 general fund to cover technology lease payments that will come due in December. → Read More

OCSD4 students make gains in ELA, mathematics on SC Ready assessment

COPE - A strong focus on English language arts and mathematics paid off this year in Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4. → Read More

Horoski named OCSD4 Teacher of the Year

“I didn’t get into education to teach social studies, but to teach students,” says Michael Horoski, Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 Teacher of the Year for 2018-2019. Social studies kind → Read More

OCSD4 students who failed to meet state reading standard in line for special education, intervention

COPE -- Only eight students across Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 failed to meet the state’s requirement to read on grade level by the time they finish third grade. → Read More

Brad Coleman new Edisto High School principal

When they finish school, kids don’t really remember the subjects you taught, said Brad Coleman, Edisto High School’s new principal. → Read More