More than 200 people attended a church safety meeting sponsored by the Marlboro County Sheriff's Office on Saturday, January 6, at the Bennettsville Community Center. The S.C. Law Enforcement...
If you’ve visited the Marian Wright Edelman Public Library, you’ve no doubt encountered the smiling faces of Bobbie Coxe and Tammy Perkins.
Collectively, these ladies have given...
After thrashing Marlboro County by twenty points in their December 5 meeting, the Falcons had to figure Tuesday night's trip to the Dawg House would be a similar cake walk.
They were in...
The Marlboro County Branch NAACP observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a parade on Saturday, January 13, in downtown Bennettsville and a program Monday, January 15, at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Published on Friday, September 1, 2017
Due to a tornado watch that is in effect through game time, the Bulldogs' annual grudge-match with Scotland County won't happen this year. The game had been moved to Thursday, in hopes of missing the bad weather. However, a thunderstorm hit Bennettsville very near the 7 p.m. scheduled kickoff. The coaches then rescheduled the contest back to the initial start time of 7:30 Friday night.
With storms again in the forecast and now the tornado watch, MCHS athletic director and head football coach Dean Boyd cancelled the game shortly after 2 p.m. today.
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