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Rotarians honor Virginia McCraw, install Bowen as president,

Rotarians honor Virginia McCraw, install Bowen as president,
Bennettsville Rotarians had a three-pronged agenda at their last luncheon meeting of this fiscal year Tuesday at The Skye.
President-Elect Amber Bowen was installed as President for the 2015-16 Rotary year by Past President and Assistant Governor Ron King.

McLeod Health officially assumes operations of hospital in Cheraw

McLeod Health officially assumes operations of hospital in Cheraw
McLeod Health of Florence has officially assumed operations of the former Chesterfield General Hospital in Cheraw, officials announced Monday.
It is now operating as an acute care hospital under the name McLeod Health Cheraw. It joins five other McLeod Health not-for-profit hospitals that serve a 15-county region with advanced heart, vascular, cancer, women's and children's services.

Brothers charged with vote buying in McColl

Two brothers from McColl were arrested this week on charges that they bribed voters in the town's recent election.
Bobby Ray White, 48, of 107 Railroad Avenue, and William Michael White, 52, of 106 East McLaurin Avenue, both were charged with criminal conspiracy and procuring or offering to procure votes by bribery, according to the S.C. Law Enforcement Division.
They were booked into the Marlboro County Detention Center Tuesday and later released on bond.

Scotland Health Care president talks about future, Marlboro Park

Scotland Health Care president talks about future, Marlboro Park
Greg Wood, the president and chief executive officer of Scotland Health Care System, appeared before Bennettsville City Council Tuesday to talk about plans for the future.
Scotland Health Care System is a not-for-profit, community-owned organization that is overseen by a local board and managed by the Charlotte, NC-based Carolinas Health Care System.

County in midst of heat wave

County in midst of heat wave
Chances are, the most talked about local news of the week isn't a crime or a government meeting; it's the heat, and when we can expect a break from it.
The short answer to that is, no time soon. Most forecast models show high temperatures tickling the 100 degree mark for at least the next week. That's at least 10 degrees hotter than the average high temperature for this time of year.
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