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Taurus tries to be a lap dog

Taurus is a 2-year-old, tan female Lab mix. She weighs about 60 pounds, is current on all of her age-appropriate vaccinations, is heartworm negative and has been spayed. Taurus loves to cuddle and tries to be a lap dog. She gets along well with … more

Salem loves to be held, petted

Salem is a 2-year-old, black female domestic shorthair cat. She is very sweet and loves to be held and petted. Salem is current on all of her age-appropriate shots, has been spayed and tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDs. She gets along … more

Manning High School Symphonic Band receives ratings of Excellent

Manning High School's Symphonic Band walked away from a Lowcountry competition last week with Excellent ratings in both stage performance and sight reading. MHS' band participated in the South Carolina Band Director's Association Concert … more

Clarendon briefs: March 29, 2019

Literary Brunch with CSD1 superintendent SUMMERTON - Clarendon School District One is presenting its Literary Brunch with the Superintendent from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. April 3 in the Clarendon One Community Resource Center cafeteria, 1154 Fourth … more

Clarendon Hall honored for teaching code

SUBMITTED SUMMERTON - Clarendon Hall and AP Computer Science teacher Amy Magaw were honored recently by Code.org for being on the cutting edge of technology by teaching students code. The letter was sent in recognition of the 2017-18 academic … more

Manning High Symphonic Band participates in band workshop

PHOTO PROVIDED Manning High School Symphonic Band and director Jordan Jefferson traveled to Hartsville on March 7 to participate in the Coker College Pre-Festival Band Workshop at Coker College. The band performed its South Carolina Concert … more

Clarendon County Pilot Club promotes brain safety in schools

MANNING - The Clarendon County Pilot Club visited several Clarendon County schools recently promoting brain safety, a primary focus of their organization. The club members dress predominately in black and use hand puppets to get their messages … more

72-year-old N.J. man killed in I-95 wreck in Summerton

SUMMERTON – A 72-year-old New Jersey man was killed on Interstate 95 near mile marker 105 southbound on Friday morning, according to Clarendon County Coroner Bucky Mock. “Kenneth Takacs died … more

Clarendon Hall students earn top awards at SCISA Music Festival

SUMMERTON - Nine students from grades 4-12 represented Clarendon Hall at the SCISA Music Festival held March 12 at University of South Carolina School of Music. According to SCISA, more than 800 students competed at the annual event. … more

USC Sumter Upward Bound takes 3rd in scholars bowl

USC Sumter Upward Bound competed in the SC TRiO Scholars Bowl recently at Midlands Technical College, where they took third place. This was their first year competing. The following students represented Manning High School and USC … more

Simpson wins award from Francis Marion University at annual gala

W.R. "Cody" Simpson III was awarded the Benjamin Wall Ingram III Young Alumnus Award by Francis Marion University at its annual Alumni Awards Gala at the FMU Performing Arts Center on Feb. 28. Simpson, who is special assistant to … more

Manning High student wins Optimist Club of Clarendon's essay contest

MANNING - William Shaw, a senior at Manning High School, recently won the Optimist Club of Clarendon's essay contest based on a theme of "When All the World's Problems are Solved, is Optimism Still Necessary?" He was recognized for his … more

Clarendon Hall announces new headmaster

SUMMERTON — Clarendon Hall has a new headmaster. The private school's board of trustees announced Kelley B. Wannamaker as the Saints' new leader, and she was on campus Tuesday to be … more

3 Clarendon County cancer organizations receive donations

MANNING - The bank accounts of cancer organizations are $822 healthier after receiving donations from the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office from the proceeds of the March 2 sixth-annual Think Pink Gospel Extravaganza. The three cancer … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: March 15, 2019

Repairs force student drop-off change at MJHS MANNING - Pothole repairs to the driveway in front of Manning Junior High School have made it necessary to reroute car riders. Car riders should be dropped off and picked up in the back of MJHS. … more

Montana governor signs bill honoring deputy into law

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock memorialized slain Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore on Monday when he signed into law a bill that would place a sign at the location where Moore was fatally shot in May 2017. Moore's wife and daughter, Jodi and Branna … more

Daisy is a young Lab who loves to play

FAR LEFT: Daisy is a 7-month-old, black female Lab mix. She currently weighs about 50 pounds, is current on all of her age-appropriate vaccinations and has been spayed. Daisy is a very sweet girl but has lots of energy. She loves to play and gets … more

Winston loves to be held and petted

LEFT: Winston is a 2-year-old, gray male domestic shorthair cat. He is very sweet and loves to be held and petted. Winston is current on all of his age-appropriate shots, has been neutered and tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDs. He gets … more

Former Manning Police Chief Shaffer granted a continuance in his trial until July

CHARLESTON - A continuance was granted Thursday morning in the federal trial of former Manning Police Chief Blair Shaffer. Cody Groeber, a public defender for the Ninth Circuit Court, who is representing Shaffer, asked U.S. District Judge Bruce … more

Clarendon County Sheriff's Office arrests 2 on burglary, grand larceny

MANNING - Two Clarendon County men were arrested March 7 on charges of burglary and grand larceny, according to Clarendon County Sheriff Tim Baxley. Andrew Thomas Scurry, 37, and Brent Wittner, 21, were taken to the Clarendon County Detention … more
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