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McLeod Hospice to offer volunteer training to Sumter, Clarendon counties

McLeod Hospice will offer a new Hospice Volunteering 101 class on Wednesday, Nov. 13, for those interested in helping hospice patients and assisting the hospice support staff in Clarendon and Sumter counties, according to a news … more

LMA grad, CSU sophomore named college's Homecoming Queen

PHOTO PROVIDED Macey G. Wilson was crowned Charleston Southern University's Homecoming Queen on Oct. 5. Macey is a sophomore at CSU and a member of Alpha Delta Pi. She was a 2018 graduate of Laurence Manning Academy. Macey is the daughter of Joe … more

Swamp Fox Symposium returns this weekend to Manning

MANNING - The 17th-annual Francis Marion Symposium will honor the "Swamp Fox" and his legend today and Saturday at Central Carolina Technical College's F.E. DuBose campus, 3351 Sumter Highway. This weekend's symposium will highlight the "Times of … more

Bobby loves to be petted

Bobby is a 4-month-old, gray tabby, male domestic medium-hair kitten. Bobby is a playful and energetic cat. He is very sweet and loves to be held and petted. Bobby gets along with other cats. He is current on all age-appropriate shots, has been … more

Clarendon Briefs: Halloween events and more

Carolina Bass Challenge Tournament starts today SUMMERTON - The Carolina Bass Challenge Tournament will be held at John C. Land Landing off Greenall Road today and Saturday. For more information, … more

Boss is a sweet boy

Boss is a 1.5-year-old, brown-and-white male Labrador/pointer mix. He is current on all age-appropriate vaccinations, has been neutered and tested negative for heartworms. Boss has the energy of a puppy but is a very sweet and friendly dog. He is … more

Medivac helicopter visits kindergarteners at Clarendon Hall

Clarendon Hall's kindergarten class is doing a thematic unit on community helpers. Recently, they learned about pilots. The class discussed how pilots help fly passengers and cargo from one place to another in a shorter period of time. … more

Clarendon District 2 S.T.E.P.S. into STEM

MANNING - Automation, robotics and 3D drafting are just a few of the transformative learning experiences the students of Clarendon School District 2 will encounter this year through Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. S.T.E.P.S., or … more

Clarendon sheriff's office observes Red Ribbon Week

MANNING - The Clarendon County Sheriff's Office is gearing up for the observance of Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 21-25. A national campaign to increase the awareness of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs as well as violence prevention among school-age … more

Players inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

Recently, East Clarendon High School held its annual Athletic Hall of Fame banquet in the school's gymnasium. The following players were inducted and honored: the late Bernie Brogdon, Ed Brogdon, Dr. Clarence "Butch" Coker, Jimmy Fleming, Donald … more

Clarendon briefs: P.E.O. Yard Sale on Saturday will have something for all

MANNING - The Presbyterian Church of Manning, 233 N. Brooks St., is hosting its P.E.O. Yard Sale beginning at 8 a.m. Oct. 19 at the church. The sale will feature something for everyone, … more

Howie Lane needs a family who will help her out of her shell

"Howie Lane" is a 1.5-year-old, tan-and-white female husky mix. She is current on all of her vaccinations, has been spayed and tested negative for heartworms. Howie Lane came into the shelter as a feral puppy but has come such a … more

Tom is a laid back cat who is a little shy

"Tom" is an 8.5-year-old, gray-and-white male domestic shorthair cat. He is a bit of a shy cat who stays to himself, but he will come up to you to get attention at times. Tom is current on all of his age-appropriate shots, has been neutered and … more

Lonnie needs a home

Lonnie is a 2.5-year-old, brindle male Lab/plot hound mix. He is current on all age-appropriate vaccinations and has been neutered but tested positive for heartworms. Lonnie will need to continue heartworm treatment once adopted. Lonnie does not let … more

Briefs: Duckfest sporting clays tournament to Halloween events

Duckfest's 2019 Duck Cup Oct. 12 SUMMERTON - The 2019 Duck Cup, the sporting clays tournament portion of the 2019 Duckfest, will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 12 at Featherhorn Farm, 7011 Gov. Richardson Road, Pinewood. Teams and individual … more

Manning native serves aboard floating hospital during humanitarian mission

By Navy Office of Community Outreach ST. LUCIA, West Indies - Petty Officer 1st Class Raymond D. Weeks Jr., a native of Manning, is a Navy hospital corpsman serving aboard USNS Comfort (T-AH-20), a large, mobile floating medical facility that … more

Experts to teach Youth Self Defense, Safety Awareness

MANNING - Having an awareness of your surroundings, avoiding dangerous situations or areas and having the ability to safely defend yourself should the need arise are keys to protecting children and youngsters. From 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. … more

Historic Liberty Hill AME wins honor

SUBMITTED The Manning District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, under the leadership of Presiding Elder Eddie Gaston Jr., held its second-annual Parade of Churches Fundraiser for Allen University Program on Sept. 29 at Pine Grove AME … more

Marie 'Oyster' Guest turns 100

Marie "Oyster" Doughty Guest celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday, Oct. 10. The daughter of Bertha Oliver Doughty and Charles Doughty, Guest married John Guest Sr., and the couple had six children plus an adopted child. Guest has more than 60 … more

Nick is playful, energetic

Nick is a 5-month-old, black-and-white male domestic shorthair kitten. Nick is a playful and energetic cat. He is very sweet and loves to be held and petted. Nick gets along with other cats. He is current on all age-appropriate shots, has been … more
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