The Next Generation:  ‘I want to make a difference in the world’
May08

The Next Generation: ‘I want to make a difference in the world’

Samantha Dorriety, a sophomore at Hartsville High School is very optimistic about what life has to offer. When she came to Hartsville High School, she saw a whole new world of opportunities. Speaking with her guidance counselor opened her eyes to all the job opportunities. Samantha also attends the Darlington County Institute of Technology. As she begins the long walk down the hall, she has plenty of female company. Once she makes...

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Trinity-Byrnes students place in equestrian meet
May08

Trinity-Byrnes students place in equestrian meet

The Trinity-Byrnes Equestrian team attended the two-day SCISA Hunt Seat Equestrian State Championship on April 14 and 15 at Tally Ho in Timmonsville. The four-member team all earned individual honors in their respective events.  Saturday’s results: • Maya Chokshi – 1st novice flat, 4th cross rails • Erin Lassiter – 1st on open flat, 6th on open jumping • Amelia Whitehead – 2nd on open flat • Peyton Dore – 4th on flat Sunday’s results:...

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Lions Club makes donation to Society Hill Library
May08

Lions Club makes donation to Society Hill Library

Last month, there was a dedication of the picnic table at the Society Hill Library celebrating the Lions Club International Centennial Anniversary. During the dedication, a proclamation was signed by the Town of Society Hill proclaiming April 26, 2018 as Society Hill Lions Club Day.

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Theodoropoulos takes charge in leading Coker to becoming Food Recovery Network verified
May08

Theodoropoulos takes charge in leading Coker to becoming Food Recovery Network verified

Senior men’s lacrosse player Cole Theodoropoulos is leaving his mark not only on Coker’s Campus but in the City of Hartsville. Theodoropoulos has been working with Coker College Dining Services and Sodexo to re-establish Coker’s chapter with the National Food Recovery Network. This is a program that works to fight food waste and feed those in need through food recovery. The excess food is donated to registered...

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

By Sarah Rogers Clemson University Water Resources Extension Agent Spring is finally here! Despite the many cold snaps we have had over the past few weeks, flowers are blooming. However, with a rain barrel those April showers can bring a lot more than just flowers. Rain barrels are a great way to help reduce water waste and lower your water bills. Rainwater harvesting is an age-old practice that has been widely utilized for centuries....

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