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Orangeburg neighbors: Obituaries for June 15

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Threatening email targeted Claflin, S.C. colleges

“It is a threat that was made for the express purpose of creating disorder and creating fear,” Claflin University Chief of Police Melvin Williams said.

112 S.C. churches separating from UMC; several local churches leaving

The South Carolina United Methodist’s Annual Conference 2024 has approved the separation of 112 churches across the state that have chosen to leave the denomination over sexuality and other concerns.

‘Exchange of ideas’: African professors, students visit SCSU

South Carolina State University’s College of Business and Information Systems welcomed 35 African professors and students to their campus as part of a cultural exchange visit.

SCDOT to host rail plan webinar

The South Carolina Department of Transportation will host a virtual public meeting to discuss the Statewide Rail Plan for the future of rail in South Carolina.

SCDOT sets drop-in public meeting in Holly Hill

SCDOT will host a public meeting on June 27 regarding two bridge replacement projects in Orangeburg County. Visit the project website for more details.

WLTX enters exclusive partnership with Carolina Panthers

WLTX becomes the official TV station of the Carolina Panthers, airing preseason games, Panthers FanFest, and Panthers Huddle with exclusive insights from Head Coach Canales.

WLTX enters exclusive partnership with Carolina Panthers

    City of Orangeburg unveils a statue honoring the legacy of Buster Smith

      The City of Orangeburg has unveiled a statue honoring the life and legacy of the late Marion “Buster” Jackson Smith Jr.

      VU 10 White Coats Scholar Club established at Voorhees

        Voorhees University’s School of Science, Technology, Health, and Human Services has inaugurated the VU 10 White Coats Scholar Club. The club aims to provide academic and career mentorship in medicine and other national and international healthcare organizations.

        Northern Cheyenne woman promotes healing, justice in Sand Creek reckoning events

          Cinnamon Kills First will never forget the first time she visitedthe Sand Creek Massacre site in Colorado.

          Orangeburg neighbors: Obituaries for June 14

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            Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office: Driver injured in high-speed chase

              Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office

              A state trooper and another driver were taken to the hospital following a high-speed chase. The chase ended in a crash, according to an incident report.

              Calhoun County Library director named

                Calhoun County has hired a new library director.

                Calhoun County: Stoudenmire named museum director

                A Calhoun County Museum and Cultural Center employee has been named the museum's new director.

                Orangeburg woman wants family Bible back

                Orangeburg Department of Public Safety

                An Orangeburg woman wants the family Bible back, according to an incident report.

                Claflin: Public welcome to free books

                All are welcome to selected books from Claflin University’s H.V. Manning Library, university President Dwuan J. Warmack said in a release.

                Cross man pleads guilty in federal court to fatally shooting officer

                ABINGDON, Va. — A South Carolina man pleaded guilty to federal charges Wednesday in the shooting death of a police officer in southwest Virginia in 2021.

                Orangeburg neighbors: Obituaries for June 13

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                Calhoun County bridge being replaced; detour planned for Valley Ridge Road

                The S.C. Department of Transportation is replacing the Valley Ridge Road bridge over Interstate 26 in Calhoun County.

                Orangeburg ROSE: New program builds community connections

                The City of Orangeburg is teaming up with a nonprofit group to connect with the community through block parties and other programs.

                Positeen summer program starts soon in Orangeburg

                The Project Life: Positeen, Inc. summer program will begin Tuesday, June 25 at 349 Summers Avenue, across from the old Orangeburg County Library in Orangeburg.



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                4 ‘superfoods’ to fuel up on right now

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                5 benefits of walking 20 minutes a day

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                Cordova man accused of ramming girlfriend’s car with truck

                Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office

                A 22-year-old Cordova man, already on probation for serving as a getaway driver, is accused of ramming his truck into girlfriend’s car, according to an incident report and warrants.

                New job postings for Orangeburg job seekers

                Browse through the latest Orangeburg employment postings and find your next career.

                IN PHOTOS: City of Orangeburg hosts dedication for Buster Smith memorial

                Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office: Suspected drug dealer turns himself in

                An Orangeburg man wanted on numerous drug charges turned himself in to authorities on Wednesday morning, according to Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Richard Walker.

                COMMENTARY: 1968 SC State policeman tells his Orangeburg Massacre story

                Patrolman Earvin Smith recounts the Orangeburg Massacre of 1968, where three students were killed and 28 injured during protests.

                One dead, one injured in Orangeburg County crash

                One person died and another was injured following a crash near Orangeburg, according to S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Brittany Glover.

                Orangeburg, Calhoun incumbents win; upset in Bamberg coroner’s race

                Orangeburg County’s Democratic incumbents coasted to victory Tuesday night, while the race for county coroner will require a runoff.

                Pascoe defeats challenger; Ott wins; Govan, Felder in runoff

                Incumbents won big in the region’s multicounty races. Also, voters narrowed the field in some House and Senate races.

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                The Times and The Sunday Times were first held under common ownership by Lord Thomson in 1966 as Times Media Limited and were bought by Rupert Murdoch in 1981. Times Media is now part of News UK. Both papers introduced digital subscriptions in 2010 to help ensure a sustainable future for their journalism.

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                The town was named in honor of William IV, Prince of Orange the husband of Princess Anne daughter of George II of England. The City of Orangeburg was incorporated in 1883.

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                Based in London, the paper is owned by a Japanese holding company, Nikkei, with core editorial offices across Britain, the United States and continental Europe. In July 2015, Pearson sold the publication to Nikkei for £844 million (US$1.32 billion) after owning it since 1957.

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