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A recount has been called for in a narrow race for a state associate supreme
Nov 18, 2014
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A state auditor told the Bolton Board of Aldermen Thursday that it’s “time to turn
Nov 11, 2014
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Bolton leaders are working on plans to correct serious problems cited by the state. “We’re
Nov 3, 2014
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UPDATED Today The Mayor of the town of Bolton said Tuesday the town has replied
Oct 28, 2014
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The town of Bolton is working with the local government commission to correct longstanding financial
Oct 28, 2014
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  • Board of Education: Yates 5,306, Strickland 4,630
  • Board of Education Dist 4 : Edwards 5,968, Miller 3,957
  • Const. Amendment against 7,674, for, 5,723
  • District Court Judge, Prince 7,080, Gore 6,533; Sheriff, Hatcher 11,555, Edwards 3,272
  • UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: House of Rep, Jones 6,657, Waddell 8,307; County Commissioners, Bullard 1,178, Meares 662
  • All precincts have reported, UNOFFICIAL results coming shortly
  • District Court Judge: Prince 6,712, Gore 6,299
  • Hatcher 11,126, Edwards 3,042
  • Waddell at 8,075, Jones at 6,229
  • 31 precincts of 38 have reported
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  • Concerned Citizen

    I wish the Reporter would make the correct name changes. The EMS service is provided by the Auxiliary, their station name and number will be assigned within the next month. Station 9 Fire and Rescue is provided by Lake Waccamaw Fire and Rescue department.

    • John

      Another false statement by the “concerned” one. Station 9 Fire and Rescue is being provided by Hallsboro, Buckhead, and Bolton!

      • Concerned Citizen

        No sir,
        Station 9 is station 9 Lake Waccamaw Fire and Rescue, Hallsboro, Buckhead, and Bolton are the mutual aid stations (each with their own station identification number) that are providing fire coverage until station 9 reopens. They have provided a great service to this community in this unfortunate time.

        • John

          That is what I meant. It is great that the surrounding departments have stepped up and you are very correct in saying “during this unfortunate time. All involved needs to grow up and do what is right for the community