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Registered voters may vote early with an absentee ballot that can be mailed or turned in at various locations. What will you do? FIND THE FULL STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/2Ia2SKy.

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As I approached my college graduation in 1990, the word on the street was that Dorchester District Two was the premier school district in the tri-county area.

Today we begin our sixth full week of classes, and I remain encouraged by the members of our campus community committed to ensuring CSU is a safe place to live and learn this semester.

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Day after day racism and poverty is presented in the news without possible solutions.

Maybe some solutions could be presented by people taking responsibility for their own actions, health, respect for others and our country and a priority on education.

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Soon we will here the sound of school buses as school will begin on Tuesday, Sept 8. (Which is very different because for the past fifty plus years school has started in Aug). Bonner Elem. welcomes new staff members, Ms. Beauford; Mrs. Glenn; Mrs. Green; Mrs.Edens; Mrs. Tindal; Mrs. Stratton; and Ms. Wallace. HB1 will provide all school supplies for the new school year. Students will not need to share any supplies his year. Please plan to provide a book bag. Macedonia Middle School will provide the following supplies for each student: Binder, Package of binder dividers, college ruled lined paper, composition notebook, pencils, pencil pouch ( traditional Pathway students only). Students will need to provide colored pencils, hand held pencil sharpener 9traditional Pathway students only), and a box of pens (blue or black).

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Day after day racism and poverty is presented in this newspaper without possible solutions. Maybe some solutions could be presented by people taking responsibility for their own actions, healt…

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On March 10th at approximately 11:30 a.m. a lady who works for the medical care community saw an old man hobbling down a grocery store parking lot using a cut off pants leg for a mask.

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In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, as educators have worked tirelessly to find the ways and means to reopen schools safely for the 740,000 students who attend our state’s public schools, private school voucher proponents have been pushing a different agenda—pouring public money into private schools. And they are succeeding.

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I wonder, just what was the county government thinking would happen when they were handing out home building permits willy-nilly without due consideration for the school overcrowding, road deficiencies, and poor access to evacuation plans/routes and emergency services?

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The CDC guidelines for safely reopening the economy have met resistance in many states. Some governors are so reluctant to require their citizens to do anything regarding the guidelines that they have simply urged the public to use free will and common sense to prevent spread of the virus.

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As a 6th generation South Carolinian, I am saddened by this rush to remove every statue or memorial that has anything to do with the Confederacy or that era in history. 

Many of the events on this calendar may have been reschedule due to recent health concerns. Please call before attending.

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