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Laurence Manning Academy 2018-19 yearly headmaster's list

Laurence Manning Academy's Yearly Headmaster's List for 2018-19 is as follows: SECOND GRADE Cooper Bennett, Lyla Brewer, Merrix Coffey, M.E. DuBose, Emma Freeman, Lilly Griffin, Kaylee Harvey, McRee Holcombe, Cole Lantz, Audrey McFaddin, Mason … more

CS briefs

Farmers Market to open Saturday MANNING - The Farmers Market at the corner of East Boyce and North Church streets will open tomorrow morning. Vendors will be selling assorted vegetables, plants and other items. "VBS @ the park" begins June … more

Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell is a 10-month-old dilute calico, female domestic medium-hair kitten. She is up to date on all vaccinations, spayed and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and Aids. She is a little timid, but is coming out of her shell more each day. … more

Amelia Bedelia celebrates the moonwalk at library

MANNING - The familiar words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," were uttered by Astronaut Neil Armstrong as he made the first steps on the moon shortly before midnight on July 20, 1969. Armstrong was joined just 20 minutes … more

Homer is a sweet boy

Homer is a 2-year-old brown and white, male Labrador/hound mix. He is current on all age-appropriate vaccinations, has been neutered but tested positive for heartworms. Homer does not let having heartworms slow him down. He is such a sweet dog with … more

'Country Boy' to open restaurant in Sumter

Jeffrey Lampkin, a native of Manning, is a man on a mission. He is a senior consultant for the Verizon Wireless Area Operations. He's the praise and worship leader at Grace Cathedral Ministries in Sumter. He's the award-winning choir director for … more

Doc and Grumpy can be adopted together or separate

PHOTOS PROVIDED Doc and Grumpy are 1-year-old black male, domestic short-hair cats. They are brothers and are sweet and friendly. Doc and Grumpy are current on all age-appropriate shots, have been neutered and tested negative for Feline Leukemia. … more

Clarendon Briefs: June 7, 2019

CSD2 holds drop in for Superintendent Tindal MANNING - Clarendon School District Two is hosting a community drop in to celebrate the leadership of Superintendent John Tindal, who has enjoyed the support of the community during his tenure in … more

Katie gets along with other dogs

Katie is a 1-year-old gold female Labrador mix. She is current on all vaccinations, has been spayed and tested negative for heartworms. Katie is a sweet girl with lots of energy. She loves to play and gets along well with other dogs. Katie only … more

Clarendon restaurant news: Food grades for May 27-31

Following are the food grades for Clarendon County businesses inspected by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control for May 27-31. A "C" grade is failing. For detailed reports, visit www.dhec.sc.gov. Central Mini Shop, … more

Clarendon Briefs: May 31, 2019

CDS2 holds drop in for retiring Superintendent John TindalMANNING — Clarendon School District Two is hosting a community drop in to celebrate the leadership of Superintendent John Tindal, who … more

Santee native serves on U.S. Navy warship half a world away

SASEBO, Japan - Seaman J'Deja Scott, a native of Santee, was inspired by her aunt to join the military. She always looked up to her aunt because of the way she carried herself and what she did for a job. Scott thought the Navy would provide her the … more

Camp Happy Days will return for 37th year, donations sought

SUMMERTON - The week of July 4 is not only a time to celebrate the birth of our nation, but it's also a time for Clarendon County residents to come together and celebrate a cost-free, weeklong camp for children with cancer and their families. In … more

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 68 announces Girls State delegates for June

MANNING - The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 68 is pleased to announce Girls State delegates to attend the 73rd Palmetto Girls State session to be held at Presbyterian College on June 9-15. Manning High School: Maria Isabella Darby, … more

McLeod Health Clarendon announces 2019 Nurses of the Year

MANNING - McLeod Health Clarendon is pleased to announce the 2019 Nurse of the Year Award recipients: Tara Gutshall, McLeod Health Clarendon Registered Nurse of the Year, and Jennifer Burke, McLeod Home Health Registered Nurse of the Year. In … more

Memorial Day brings potential for tragedy on lakes

MANNING - Memorial Day marks the beginning of fun on Lake Marion, which also brings an increased presence of boaters, jet skis, water skiers, kayakers, swimmers and fishermen all vying for a place to have fun on the water. This increase in the … more

Ella is timid but is coming out of her shell

Ella, right, is a 2-year-old, tan-and-white female Feist mix. She is current on all of her vaccinations, has been spayed and tested negative for heartworms. Ella was very shy and timid when she first came to the shelter, but each day she is coming … more

Heidi gets along with other cats, loves children

PHOTOS PROVIDED Heidi, left, is a 6-year-old, brown female domestic medium-hair cat. She is a super sweet cat and laid back. Heidi gets along well with other cats and loves children. Heidi is up to date on all her vaccinations, spayed and tested … more

Clarendon briefs: May 24, 2019

Memorial Day Services in Clarendon County MANNING - Memorial Day services will be held throughout Clarendon County at 11 a.m. Monday. In Manning, the services will be held at the Clarendon County Courthouse. In Turbeville, the Memorial Day … more

Program offers fresh fruits, veggies to seniors in Sumter, Clarendon and Lee

FROM STAFF REPORTS The Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program returns this summer to 42 counties in South Carolina. The seasonal USDA grant program helps supplement the diets of low-income seniors by allowing persons 60 and older to purchase … more
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