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Shug loves to smile

Shug is a 6-month-old female mixed-breed puppy. She is current on all of her age-appropriate vaccinations and has already been spayed. Shug loves to smile at you as she wags her little tail. She is such a sweet baby who deserves the best life … more

2 join McLeod Health Clarendon board

MANNING - Two new members will be joining the McLeod Health Clarendon Community Advisory Board effective immediately. Dr. Ansel McFaddin, who practices in internal medicine, will be new to the … more

Canterbury Tales comes to LMA

PHOTO PROVIDED Students in Lisa Patrick's English IV class took on roles of the characters in Canterbury Tales. They went on a pilgrimage throughout the school to share their learning with everyone. Jessica Pickett (Wife of Bath) and Dalton … more

Mock sworn in as Clarendon coroner

MANNING - Charles "Bucky" Mock Jr. was sworn in Wednesday morning as Clarendon County coroner to replace Hayes F. Samuels Jr., who died in late January during the second year of his fourth term as … more

Gospel Extravaganza on Saturday will help support 3 charities

MANNING --The coffers of three local charities will be a little bit deeper after Saturday's Gospel Extravaganza, which will be held beginning at 5 p.m. at Weldon Auditorium, 7 Maple St., … more

Stella loves to play

Stella is an 8-month-old female American bulldog mix. She is current on all of her vaccinations, has been spayed and tested negative for heartworms. Stella knows a couple of basic commands and loves to play. You can get preapproved by submitting … more

Try the nasal appraisal before adding fish to your next meal

Seafood is the original fast food with a difference. Cooked properly, it's as tasty as it is healthy. Fish is a high-quality protein low in calories and saturated fat and very low in cholesterol. The fat it contains is polyunsaturated, which fights … more

East Clarendon High School needs donations to fix up dressing rooms

TURBEVILLE - Drastic cuts in educational funding have not only hurt poor school districts academically, but those same cuts have also caused athletic programs to suffer. "Our athletic program does not take precedence over academics," said former … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: Feb. 23, 2018

Gospel Extravaganza will be held at Weldon The fifth-annual Gospel Extravaganza will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 3, at Weldon Auditorium with proceeds from this year's event benefitting three area charities: Camp Happy Days, the Clarendon … more

An apple's nutrients vital to good health for several reasons

"An apple a day keeps the doctor away." Well, it's the phytochemicals in the apples, apple juice and applesauce each day that keep the doctor away. Also, some of the phytochemicals are known to be anti-allergenic, some are anti-carcinogenic, … more

Family wants Yates' name added to memorials

TURBEVILLE - It's been more than 57 years since Turbeville Police Chief Samuel Edward Yates Sr. died after breaking up a fight after a boys' basketball game between East Clarendon and a rival Columbia team.Members of his … more

Zeus has lived entire life at shelter

Zeus is a 4-year-old male black-and-tan Labrador mix weighing approximately 61 pounds. He is current on all vaccinations, has been neutered and tested negative for heartworms. He loves snacks and walks well on a leash. He tends to get nervous with … more

Clarendon briefs: Feb. 16, 2018

Parenting conference will be on March 3 Clarendon School District 2 and Clarendon County Adult Education invite parents and caregivers to the Parenting and Family Leadership Conference, Every Day Coaches, from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March … more

Eat your fruits and vegetables

Take care of your heart. A survey by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute found that 90 percent of Americans know the risk of heart disease is linked to high blood cholesterol levels and eating high-fat diets. There are several ways to … more

Laurence Manning student recognized for volunteer efforts

Special to The Sumter ItemA sophomore at Laurence Manning Academy has earned recognition as one of two South Carolina Youth Volunteers of 2018 for ideas she implemented to improve relations between law enforcement agencies and the residents of … more

Second Chance Animal Shelter needs your help

Special to The Sumter ItemMANNING - A new roof, re-concreted runs and a storage shed are just a few of the items that A Second Chance Animal Shelter is desperately in need of to keep its animals comfortably housed."Those items don't include the … more
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