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New superintendent aims to be an advocate for students and district

  • 19 July 2018
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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New superintendent aims to be an advocate for students and district
Being a strong advocate for kids and always wanting to give them the best has played a strong role in Dr. Gregory McCord wanting to be a superintendent.
“I believe in doing what is in the best interest of the kids,” he said. “It is being able to give back to young people what I felt I missed as a student that has always been a reward for me.”
The path started years ago when McCord was a classroom teacher.

Critters at MWE Public Library

  • 13 July 2018
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Critters at MWE Public Library
The Critter Keeper (Randy Miller) presented the summer reading program Wednesday at Marian Wright Edelman Public Library. He brought several types of animals with him ranging from snakes to scorpions.

Missing dog found, returned to owners in North Carolina

  • 12 July 2018
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Missing dog found, returned to owners in North Carolina
BLENHEIM — For two months and 10 days, Brad Siler and his girlfriend Lindsay Self had no idea where their three-year-old pit bull Mila was.
"It was an emotional roller coaster," Siler said in a phone interview on Tuesday. "There were days that we would be really hopeful. You would get some really promising leads."

Salkehatchie Summer Service returns to Marlboro County

  • 12 July 2018
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Salkehatchie Summer Service returns to Marlboro County
Last week, 120 youth and adult volunteers from all over the state came to Marlboro County to help make much-needed repairs to various homes.
The volunteers were part of the Salkehatchie Summer Service, which is a program of the United Methodist Church.
The program has week-long camps during the summer all over the state.

Bennettsville, county reach agreement

  • 12 July 2018
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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After discussions between Bennettsville City and Marlboro County administrators, both entities this week looked at the changes made to the annual agreement between Marlboro County Government and the City of Bennettsville for the exchange of services.
Under the agreement, the county provides housing for inmates at the detention center and 911 dispatch services to the city. In return, the city provides fire services to an area outside the city limits, generally considered to be in a five-mile radius of the city.
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