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Manning High School JAG compete, win at conference

On April 19, students from Manning High School attended the annual Jobs for America's Graduates - South Carolina 2018 Career Development Conference. Joined by more than 586 students from across the state, this annual event provides … more

Donate to help children with cancer enjoy a week at Camp Happy Days

SUMMERTON - Seeing a smile or hearing the laughter of a child suffering from cancer makes all the work that goes into Camp Happy Days well worth the effort. "It is definitely rewarding," said Bill Ellis of Manning, who has been volunteering with … more

DeeDee is loving and wants a new home

DeeDee is a 2-year-old female brindle Dachshund mix. She is a very loving girl who loves to have her belly rubbed. She is current on her shots, has been spayed and tested negative for heartworms. She is patiently waiting for the right family to come … more

Add more vegetables to your family's meals

According to the Dietary Guidelines, it is recommended to eat 2 1/2 cups of vegetables every day, based on a 2,000-calorie diet. You may need to eat more or less, depending on your calorie level. This amount may seem like a lot, but remember that … more

Alex the cat loves attention

Clarendon Sun briefs: April 27, 2018

National Day of Prayer will be observed at courthouse The National Day of Prayer will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, at Clarendon County Courthouse. Everyone is invited to attend. 2018 Spring Tour of Georgetown is coming … more

Register for McLeod Hospice volunteer training program

MANNING - Life-limiting illnesses such as cancer, Alzheimer's disease and dementia, Parkinson's disease and more can have devastating and far-reaching effects on the patient and his or her caregivers, family members and … more

Clarendon luncheon honors Junious, Samuels and Smith

MANNING - Tears of joy and sorrow were seen on many faces of the more than 250 law enforcement officers, staff members, family, friends and students at the April 19 Law Enforcement Officers' Appreciation Luncheon. While they were there to honor … more

Striped Bass Fest is underway

MANNING - The Striped Bass Festival committee couldn't have asked for better weather for the 39th-annual spring event. With temperatures anticipated to hover around the 70-degree mark with lots of sunshine and a nice breeze, the remaining two … more

3 council members sworn into office

MANNING - Three council members were sworn into office at Manning City Council's April 16 meeting. With less than six percent of Manning's registered voters participating in the April 3 nonpartisan election, the three incumbents returned to … more

Amigo is 10 pounds of love

Amigo is a 3 1/2-year-old male tan Chihuahua mix that weighs about 10 pounds. He is current on his shots, has been neutered and tested negative for heartworms. He is a sweet boy who loves to be held. If you are interested in this little boy, come by … more

Clarendon briefs: April 20, 2018

JCMC-Haven of Rest monthly meeting will be on May 2 Jordan Crossroads Ministry Center-Haven of Rest will hold its public monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 2, at New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2833 Alex Harvin Highway, Manning. Parking … more

Buffet is a curious girl

Buffet is a 1 1/2-year-old female black domestic shorthair cat. She is very curious and loves attention. She is current on her shots, has been spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia and aids. If you're interested in this sweet girl you can … more

Clarendon Hall receives grant to help construct Saints Wellness Center

SUMMERTON - Clarendon Hall is pleased to announce receipt of a grant in the amount of $2,500 from Bank of Clarendon for the capital campaign to construct the Saints Wellness Center. The facility will be adjacent to the gym and will … more

Become guardian ad litem to help children in need of stable support

MANNING - The abuse of a child is a heinous crime that oftentimes goes unnoticed because the abuse and neglect can take different forms. Clothing can cover bruising, burns and scarring as well as malnutrition. Mental abuse in the form of bullying … more

Manning Azalea Garden Club marks 70 years

MANNING - The Azalea Garden Club celebrated its 70th anniversary on March 28 with help from other local garden clubs along with regional directors with The Garden Club of South Carolina Inc. "March 1948 was a great time in Manning," Sylvia … more

Manning Junior High School honors students

Manning Junior High School honor students were recently named for the first nine weeks of the third quarter: All A Honor Roll Seventh grade - Calvin Bailey, Summer Beachum, Mattison Casselman, Ashley Felipe, Hannah Hardy, Jodie Li, Mac McCabe, … more

Clarendon Sun Briefs: April 13, 2018

Manning Masons will host Pancake Supper on May 4 St. Peter's Masonic Lodge, 232 E. Boyce St. in Manning, will host a pancake supper at 5 p.m. Friday, May 4, to raise money for various charities. Tickets are $6 per plate, which include pancakes, … more

Turnout low for municipal election in Summerton

SUMMERTON - Voter turnout for Summerton's Municipal Election on Tuesday was very light with less than 10 percent of the town's 936 registered voters showing up at the polls. In past years, Summerton would not have held an election where all the … more
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