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Second Chance Animal Shelter's Tank loves a squeaky toy

Tank is a 3-year-old, white-and-brown, male Bully mix. Tank is current on vaccinations and neutered. He did test positive for heartworms but it doesn't slow him down. He absolutely loves a squeaky toy. He is an active dog but also would be content … more

June kicks off a spectacular summer at Harvin Clarendon County Library

MANNING - Summertime and visits to the ocean go hand in hand, and this summer the Harvin Clarendon County Library will make it easier for families to visit the ocean without leaving Clarendon County. The theme of the library's Summer Reading … more

Clarendon briefs: CSD2 Commemorative Program, historical tour, woodwinds concert and more

CSD2 Commemorative Program on May 26 MANNING - Clarendon School District 2 will celebrate the culmination of the district from 4:30-6:30 p.m. May 26 in the Manning High School's Commons Area, 2155 Paxville Highway. Business attire is … more

Clarendon County Fire Rescue rallies around one of its own

CLARENDON COUNTY - Dozens of firefighters came together Wednesday afternoon to support one of their own, Firefighter III Donnie Feagin, who was diagnosed in 2020 with metastatic brain cancer. Feagin retired on Feb. 28, 2022, to concentrate on his … more

Monarch strong sponsors Auto, Bike & Golf Carts Show on June 18

Come slide in your ride with Father's Day pride! It's your chance to show off your cars, trucks, motorcycles and golf carts. If you can ride it, show it off. Show them off at the first Father's Day Auto, Bike and Golf Carts Show on June 18 at … more

Clarendon briefs: Prayer vigil, blood drives and a Think Pink event

Howard Chapel AME Church hosts Prayer Vigil on May 15 NEW ZION - Howard Chapel AME Church, 6338 Old Manning Road, will be hosting a "Community Enough Is Enough Prayer Vigil at 3 p.m. May 15 at the church. The Sumter District of the 7th … more

Second Chance Animal Shelter's Carson loves people and other dogs

PHOTO PROVIDED Carson is a 1 1/2-year-old tan, male bully mix. Carson is current on vaccinations and neutered, but did test positive for heartworms. However, he has not let having heartworms slow him down. Carson would need to continue heartworm … more

Lake Marion Artisans Guild remains hopeful despite setbacks

The Lake Marion Artisans Guild found hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic and urges residents to explore their artistic side inside their gallery. The Lake Marion Artisans Gallery will host local artist Janet Michalic's "Creating Art During Covid" … more

McLeod Health Clarendon receives "A" rating from Leapfrog safety scores

Manning’s hospital received its fourth-straight top rating from a national watchdog organization that grades hospitals on safety. McLeod Health Clarendon earned an “A” rating for … more

Alligator lottery applications now available

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the public alligator lottery.A $10 nonrefundable application fee is required to apply. A randomized computer drawing based on a preference point system will determine the … more

Clarendon briefs for May 6, 2022: Prayer vigil, cancer patient fundraiser and more

Howard Chapel AME Church hosts Prayer Vigil on May 15 NEW ZION - Howard Chapel AME Church, 6338 Old Manning Road, will host a "Community Enough Is Enough Prayer Vigil" at 3 p.m. May 15 at the church. The Sumter District of the 7th Episcopal … more

Clarendon Pilot Club attends convention in Dillon; looking for new members

Clarendon Pilot Club President Kathy Geddings, left, and treasurer Donna Thames attended the 85th Annual District Convention of the South Carolina District Pilot International in April at the Hilton Garden Inn in Florence. The … more

Manning native named head of SC State University

ORANGEBURG - Manning native retired Col. Alexander Conyers has been named the 13th president at South Carolina State University. The SCSU Board of Trustees made the announcement on April 28. "This is our time," said Trustees Chairman Rodney C. … more

Clyburn applauds passage of Brown v. Board of Education Historic Site Act

Congressman James E. Clyburn, U.S. House Majority Whip and Sumter native, announced April 28 that the House unanimously passed the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site Expansion Act. The act was unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate … more

Second Chance Animal Shelter's Jack is waiting for a home

PHOTO PROVIDED Jack is a 2 1/2-year-old tricolor, male hound mix. He is current on vaccinations, is neutered and tested negative for heartworms. He is friendly and is an energetic guy. Jack enjoys being outside to play but also enjoys lounging … more

It's festival time in Clarendon

CLARENDON COUNTY - April is festival time in Clarendon County. Earlier this month, the folks in Turbeville had a stompin' good time with the Puddin' Swamp Festival. Carnival rides, a parade, great food, lots of fun and a fireworks show kicked off … more

Clarendon briefs, April 29, 2022: Striped Bass Festival begins today

Striped Bass Festival returns on April 29 CLARENDON COUNTY - The Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce is asking for folks to "save the date" for the 2022 Striped Bass Festival scheduled to be held April 29-30. More information on events will … more

Happy days return to Camp Bob Cooper in July

SUMMERTON - Camp Happy Days is returning to Camp Bob Cooper from July 2-9. The COVID-19 pandemic may have caused the cancellation of the weeklong camp for the past two years, but Clarendon County residents are welcoming campers back in 2022 with … more

Clarendon briefs: Fort Watson Commemoration, Striped Bass Festival and more

Fort Watson Commemoration to be held April 23 SUMMERTON - The 241st Anniversary of the Siege of Fort Watson will be commemorated at 11 a.m. April 23 at Santee Indian Mound on the Santee National Wildlife Refuge, 2125 Fort Watson Road. The … more

Summerton hosts Bike Rodeo & Safety Fair for parents, children on Saturday, April 23

Strap on your helmets and fasten your seatbelts because the Bike Rodeo will be in town! The Summerton Police Department and the Town of Summerton will host a Bike Rodeo and Safety Fair to teach children and parents the importance of safety on … more
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