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  • The Hampton County Sheriff’s Office recently recognized its Patrolman of the Quarter during a ceremony held July 15 at the sheriff’s office.

    Hampton County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Craig Smith began the program as a way to recognize a deputy whose job performance met the highest standards throughout the current quarter. The program began in December and one patrolman is recognized during a quarterly ceremony throughout the year. Those officers receiving the honor in the past were Cpl. Jarvis Lessane, Deputy Justin Ayer, and Deputy Antonio Griffin.


The Wade Hampton High School Red Devils football team took to the weight room this past Tuesday to test their maximum strength. The team has continued to “buy into” Head Coach Matt Fligg’s expectations and standards and Fligg stated he has high hopes with regards to the future of Wade Hampton football. “I have turned around a lot of football teams in my career, but I don’t think that I have started out with a group of guys with as much raw talent as I have here,” said Fligg with excited anticipation of the upcoming season.


Last Thursday, the New Life Center Prevention Staff recognized the outstanding alcohol compliance check skills of Hampton Police Department Sgt. Robby Ginn. The New Life Center, which offers substance abuse and other forms of counseling services, honored Ginn during a ceremony at Lake Warren State Park.

“He does a good job with alcohol enforcement, as well as acting as a liaison with the 14th Circuit Law Enforcement Network,” stated Hampton Police Department Chief Perry McAlhaney.