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Clarendon County Detention Center employees help others

MANNING - One Clarendon County family had a "Merry" Christmas thanks to the employees of the Clarendon County Detention Center. Since 1999, the folks at the CCDC have been giving gladly to those in the community who need a … more

Clarendon County Sheriff's office pampers 'wise' citizens

MANNING - Christmas arrived early for more than 120 senior citizens from throughout Clarendon County.In celebration of the theme "Communities Working Together," the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office sponsored the Clarendon … more

Clarendon Farm bureaus spread cheer

Clarendon County Farm Bureau and local Farm Bureau Insurance agents are helping two families in the Clarendon community facing hardships. Two $500 checks were presented to two families who have suffered through medical … more

Crowd gathers for Manning Monarch's field house ceremony

MANNING - More than 75 Monarch administrators, teachers, coaches, athletes and fans were present for Sunday's dedication ceremony for The Monarch Field House, behind Manning High School and adjacent to Ramsey Field, the … more

More than 200 attend Active Shooter Training session in Manning

MANNING - Don't give shooters recognition for their crimes, Lt. Eric Rosdail with the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office told church leaders attending an Active Shooter Training session recently at Weldon Auditorium."Don't name them," … more

International boxing referee, Clarendon native, throws no punches

MANNING - Internationally known boxing referee Tony Weeks may have been born in Brooklyn, New York, but the 61-year-old has strong ties to Clarendon County.As a youngster, Weeks traveled south and spent almost every summer … more

Clarendon Hall K4 learns about algorithms

PHOTO PROVIDED The K4 class at Clarendon Hall goes to computer class once a week to learn the Code.org Pre-Reader Coding Curriculum with Amy Magaw. The lesson on algorithms, being broken down to the basic definition of steps in a process, is … more

Cold weather doesn't stop Turbeville holiday events

TURBEVILLE - Temperatures hovering in the upper 30s didn't stop hundreds from donning heavy coats, mittens and scarves to attend Saturday's parade and tree lighting ceremonies in Turbeville. "The weather was pretty bad," Turbeville Mayor Dwayne … more

Children entertain a crowd with play

MANNING - The musicals on Broadway have nothing on the youngsters at Manning Primary School. On Monday evening, "Frosty the Snowman" came to life on Weldon Auditorium's stage thanks to the singing and acting talents of the school's second- and … more

Community Partners Luncheon

McLeod Health Clarendon held a Community Partners Luncheon on Nov. 29. Offered in conjunction with the McLeod Foundation, the Community Partners program allows community leaders to join McLeod administrators and physicians on a behind-the-scenes … more

Chico is timid but loves attention

Chico is a 3-year-old white-and-tan male Chihuahua mix. He is a little timid at first but opens up quickly. He loves attention and belly rubs. Chico is current on all vaccinations, has been neutered and tested negative for heartworms. You can get … more

Bryce deserves a good home

Bryce is a 2-year-old white-and-tan male mixed breed. He is very shy and will need some one-on-one attention. He is a sweet boy that has lived a rough life, and he needs someone to give him a good home with no children. He is current on all of his … more

Selecting the best sausages and safe storage

There are so many varieties of sausages. How long can you store them and where? Are they fully cooked or not? The following background information will answer questions. Types of sausages: Sausages are either ready to eat or not. They can be made … more

Johnson elected as state Region 5 director

MANNING - Kimberly O. Johnson was elected Region 5 director of the South Carolina School Boards Association at the group's annual Delegate Assembly held this past weekend in Columbia. "I am truly … more

New choir gets rave reviews for its free Christmas performance

MANNING - The newly established East Clarendon Community Choir received rave reviews for debut performances of "Christmas Makes Everything New" on Dec. 2 and 3 at Weldon Auditorium.Comprised of 87 choir members from nine … more
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