Darlington County school board discusses graduations, going paperless
Jul10

Darlington County school board discusses graduations, going paperless

By Melissa Rollins, Editor, editor@newsandpress.net Sometimes in order to see where we are going, we must remember from where we came. That was the principle that Superintendent Dr. Tim Newman worked from during a recent retreat for the Darlington County Board of Education when he asked board members to consider the reasons why they first decided to run for a seat on the school board. Board member Warren Jeffords said that he has a...

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Nucor makes donation to Free Medical Clinic
Jul10

Nucor makes donation to Free Medical Clinic

The Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County reaped the rewards of a hard working group from Nucor Steele in Darlington on Wednesday, June 27, out at the Cold Steel office building. Once again Nucor has stepped up in support of the patients and volunteers in Darlington County from the Free Medical Clinic of Darlington County. This year they shared the wealth with another wonderful non-profit, Veterans Resource Center in Florence, as...

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FDTC receives $75,000 gift from McLeod Health
Jul10

FDTC receives $75,000 gift from McLeod Health

The McLeod Health Foundation recently donated $75,000 to Florence-Darlington Technical College’s (FDTC) Nursing Program. The gift will provide funding for educational and training resources, including simulation and learning lab facilities for nursing students who are being educated and trained to work in the regional medical workforce. More than 100 students complete FDTC’s Nursing Program each year, and many of them find jobs at...

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EdVenture opens in Hartsville
Jul10

EdVenture opens in Hartsville

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Darlington Raceway gives update  on improvement project
Jul03

Darlington Raceway gives update on improvement project

Despite the summer rain and soaring temperatures, the construction projects at Darlington Raceway are coming along nicely.

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Kids get hot meals and good advice at summer food program
Jul03

Kids get hot meals and good advice at summer food program

Last week, Darlington Chief of Police Kelvin Washington spoke to local kids about the path to success, and he focused on the importance of working hard, being courteous and honest, and showing strength of character to deny people who try to pull you into troublesome situations.

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