Darlington principals get new assignments for next year

The Darlington County School District has announced new principals of Brockington Elementary School and North Hartsville Elementary School. Ada Sindab, the current principal of Brunson-Dargan Elementary, will be the new principal of Brockington Elementary Magnet School in Darlington. Carla Watford, the current principal of Cain Elementary School, will be the new principal of North Hartsville Elementary School in Hartsville. “Both Mrs....

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CareSouth Carolina introduces Population Health Program

CareSouth Carolina has introduced a new “Population Health Program” to identify health issues in its service areas and look for solutions to create a heathier future for its patients and the Pee Dee community. The Population Health Program was started in recognition of the shift in medical care to “value-based care.” Value-based care stresses the importance of providing quality care to patients rather than rewarding health care...

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State agencies sitting  on big reserves; lawmakers returning little to taxpayers
Sep17

State agencies sitting on big reserves; lawmakers returning little to taxpayers

If the S.C. House of Representatives decided to forgo its entire $22.7 million budget this fiscal year, it could still pay all of its expected bills – with more than $650,000 left over.

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Church News – September 18, 2019

Please send your church news and photos to: editor@newsandpress.net A 37th pastoral anniversary celebration with Pastor J.D. Blue is set for Sept. 20 from 5-11 p.m. at the Stop Light, 1547 W. Old Camden Road, Hartsville. Tickets are $25 each, $40 couple. For more call 843-639-3990. On Sept. 21, meet and greet at Second Missionary Baptist Church 5-7 p.m. Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Young Woman’s Auxiliary presents “Painting...

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Fort Jackson trainees fill sandbags to help locals stave off any flooding from Hurricane Dorian
Sep17

Fort Jackson trainees fill sandbags to help locals stave off any flooding from Hurricane Dorian

Beginning Sept. 2, Fort Jackson trainees began filling sandbags to help local on-post residents and office buildings stave off any flooding from Hurricane Dorian. Staff Sgt. David Strelow helped the hurricane efforts by organizing the personnel and overseeing the sandbag mission. “These soldiers worked hard. We have just under 5,000 sandbags right now.” Photos courtesy Fort...

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Clemson field day teaches about soil health, pest control
Sep17

Clemson field day teaches about soil health, pest control

Healthy soils are important for healthy crops and Clemson University researcher Rongzhong Ye says planting cover crops, especially cereal rye, can help rejuvenate South Carolina soils.

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