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Library to kick off Summer Reading Program Saturday

Library to kick off Summer Reading Program Saturday
The Marian Wright Edelman Public Library will host its third annual Summer Reading Kickoff at the McColl Pentecostal Holiness Church gymnasium (400 S. Main Street) in McColl on Saturday, June 10, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
The kickoff will serve as the first day of registration for the library’s 2017 reading program, and also give children a taste of the excitement planned at the library over the summer. 

Graduation special section in this week's edition

Graduation special section in this week's edition

Our annual salute to the graduates is included in this week's edition of the Herald-Advocate.  Pick up your copy today.

Taking Shape

Taking Shape
After weeks of seemingly no activity at the site, the new Burger King fast food restaurant is quickly taking shape on the U.S. 15-401 By-pass

Clio restaurant’s success is ‘really something special’

Clio restaurant’s success is ‘really something special’
Jim Helsel was a busy musician, living a hard-charging life in the big city and on the road with his band, Carolina Reign, three times named Charlotte’s Country Band of the Year.
Then he decided it was time for a change. And change, he did, trading the bright lights of Charlotte for fireflies and stars in the sleepy little town of Clio.

County ranks low for health factors, outcomes

Marlboro County fared poorly in the most recent County Health Rankings and Roadmaps report issued by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
The 2017 report ranks Marlboro 44th out of South Carolina’s 46 counties in terms of health outcomes, and dead last  - 46th - in terms of health factors.
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