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County sees decrease in new COVID-19 cases

  • 18 June 2020
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Marlboro County is seeing a decrease in its number of active cases.
In the last week, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has confirmed 27 new cases with 56 active cases.
The active cases can be found in the following zipcodes: 32, 29512 (Bennettsville); 4, 29525 (Clio); 4, 29570 (McColl); 4, 29596 (Wallace); and 12, unknown.
On June 4, the county had 101 active cases.

Reginald McLeod is new veterans affairs officer for the county

  • 18 June 2020
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Reginald McLeod is new veterans affairs officer for the county

Reginald McLeod has one main goal as the veterans affairs officer for Marlboro.
“My goal is to serve those who served us,” he said.
McLeod started in the position on March 5.
Due to COVID-19, getting to in-person training has been challenging so most of his training has been on the job.
McLeod said he has been trying to get acclimated and learn the job.
Amber Goings, the administrative assistant for the office, had run the office for several months after the previous officer left.
McLeod said she had been doing a great job holding it down by herself and taking care of veterans.
A veteran of the United States Army, McLeod served seven years of active duty and three years in the reserve.

Marlboro County has five new cases of COVID-19

Five new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Marlboro County on Saturday (June 14), according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.

 

Marlboro County has six new cases of COVID-19

Six new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Marlboro County on Friday (June 12), according to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
 

Voter turnout at 26 percent in primary

  • 11 June 2020
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Voter turnout at 26 percent in primary

Marlboro County’s turnout was low in Tuesday’s primary election.
Of the 19,674 registered voters, only 5,147 ballots (26.16 percent) were cast.
In the Democratic contest for Sheriff, unofficial results show incumbent Charles Lemon with 2,515 votes (59.47 percent) while Sammy Crosland had 1,714  (40.53 percent).
In the Republican contest for Sheriff, Henry Love had 409 (53.67 percent) and James Pauling had 353 (46.33 percent)
In the Clerk of Court race incumbent Anita Williams won against challenger Kireem Liles with 2,204 votes (52.97 percent) to 1,957 (47.03 percent).
In the race for County Council District 2, unofficial results show Dr. Damien Johnson with 334 (50.30 percent) while incumbent Willie Gladden had 212  (31.93 percent) and Dwayne Byers with 118 (17.77 percent). 

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