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NU MASTER CHAPTER OF BETA SIGMA PHI A chapter meeting was held on Oct. 19 at the home of Toni Burkhart. Discussion was held on service projects for United Ministries. Members will bring different items monthly to be donated to the … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Sumter County Gallery of Art will open two exhibitions Thursday with a 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. reception at the gallery, 200 Hasell St. The much-anticipated Sumter Artists' Guild Winners Show and a solo exhibition titled "Once in … more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Lettermen, whose musical careers span more than five decades, will perform one night only at Sumter’s Opera House. The trio made famous by classic hits “The Way You … more
BY NICK THOMAS Special to The Sumter Item Her recording of “You Light Up My Life” not only became a monster hit of 1977, but it also went on to become one of the most popular songs of the … more
When I was a kid I was very interested in dinosaurs. I had plenty of plastic dinosaur toys, too, but this was way back before "accurate" versions of dinosaurs, whether on screen or in toy form. One of my creatures was the "ankylosaurus," modeled … more
The Sumter County Gallery of Art will present a gala cocktail party celebrating the art of renowned South Carolina and international artist Philip Mullen. "A Winter Garden Party, Exhibition and Fine Art Raffle," while centered on Mullen's donation … more
It took more than two centuries for the Sumter Tribe of Cheraw Indians to receive official status as a Native American tribe, and on Saturday, the tribal council and members will share their heritage with the community. The 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sumter … more
The Lord Clarendon Cotillion presented seven debutantes at its annual ball on Dec. 19, 2017, at Sunset Country Club in Sumter. more
Before the tech revolution, you might have sent a lock of hair, a printed photo or a perfumed note to a loved one far away. And of course, you can still do that. Or you can choose from an array of clever high- and low-tech Valentine's Day gifts … more
The other day I was fiddling around on the internet, and I found a real blast from the past. Maybe you, like me, remember this particular kind of chewing gum called "teaberry." "Clark's Teaberry," to be precise. The ad on TV for this product … more
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