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The Sumter Item Archivist Sammy Way on Pearl Harbor and its impact on Sumter

Sammy Way, archivist and historian at The Sumter Item, keeps our past alive thorugh weekly Reflections and   On Dec. 7, 1941, America — and the course of the world's history — … more

Sumter Today: Thomas Sumter Academy's archery team keeps winning; Osteen Publishing recognized as S.C. Centennial Business

On today's show, Thomas Sumter Academy's archery team is winning on and off the range. They've won two state championships, and they've only been competing for three years. Plus, The Sumter Item got a visit from Secretary of State Mark Hammond, who honored Osteen Publishing Co. for being in business for more than 100 years. Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare. more

Sumter Today: Alice Drive Middle students take STEM field trip to learn about fruit fly biology at USC Sumter

On today's show, Alice Drive Middle School students took a STEM field trip to University of South Carolina Sumter to learn about fruit fly biology, trivia on the great Sumter Exposition in 1901 (the question has to do with a bicycle tax) and a quick bonus on a black lighted roller derby. Check it out! more

Sumter Today: The Sumter Education Foundation gives the gift of reading to R. E. Davis Elementary students

On today's episode of Sumter Today, we went out to R. E. Davis Elementary to celebrate Dr. Suess' birthday with some second graders, but, little did they know, the Sumter Education Foundation had … more

Sumter Today: Former Gamecock players read their book #JustAChicken

Former USC Gamecocks Langston Moore and Preston Thorne, who both played under legendary coach Lou Holtz, visited Willow Drive Elementary recently to talk to students about the importance of reading and to do a little reading of their own with a book they co-authored titled Justachicken. We even threw in some USC football trivia for you (although it may bring back some hard memories)! Check it out! Presented by Sumter Opera House, University of South Carolina Sumter and Colonial Healthcare See Less more

Sumter Today: Sumter Economic Development moves into new downtown headquarters

We stopped by the new Sumter Economic Development building in downtown Sumter. They had a grand opening for it on Thursday, and we learned about what they do to bring businesses to Sumter and Lee … more

Horsman Christmas Garden and train display rolls into Dalzell

A miniature Christmas landscape has taken over one home in Dalzell, and from December 19th through the 23rd, you can see it! We caught up with Santa (but better known as Bill Horsman, the proprietor … more

Simpson Hardware's 2017 Ladies Night

17:40:35It seems like everyone had a great time at Simpson Hardware and Sports - Wesmark Blvd Ladies' Night last month! Who's going to Men's Night Thursday night? more

Sumter Today - The Item's daily news show is coming soon

Monday through Friday, we'll show you what's happening from Clarendon to Pointsett State Park.  more

Sumter volleyball player surprised with scholar athlete designation

We went over to Sumter High School last week to watch a big surprise for one Gamecock volleyball senior. Check it out! more

Sumter County Disabilities & Special Needs Board Home Opening

The Sumter County Disabilities & Special Needs Board just opened another multi-bedroom home for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities to live in instead of hospitals and large … more

City of Sumter contest helps warm family, holiday spirits

Beverly Langlois won the Downtown Sumter and SumterTourism Christmas Wish Giveaway last week after nominating her son for a new stove. We met them at Bob's Appliance Sales & Service, where the … more

Lou-Von Family Foundation Coat Drive

We caught up with the Lou-Von Family Foundation earlier this week to see how their annual coat drive was going. Take a look! more

Cherryvale woman steals, wrecks Sumter County patrol car, two more

Thornton was handcuffed and placed in the back of the deputy’s vehicle, but she was able to slip one of her hands from the cuffs and crawl through a porthole window into the front seat. more

Sumter man wins car in Freedom Honda giveaway

One lucky Sumterite walked away from Freedom Honda with a brand new car after his key opened the doors out of 10 finalists. The contest started with 2,500 applicants. more

It's (actually) rocket science at Alice Drive Middle

It was both "one small step for man" and "one giant leap for mankind" for an all-girl team Wednesday at Alice Drive Middle School - to borrow from astronaut Neil Armstrong's famous one-liner when he … more
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