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Clarendon briefs: Friday, Sept. 10, 2021

Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is on Sept. 11 MANNING - The City of Manning, in partnership with HopeHealth, the South Carolina Department of Environmental Control and Emory University in Atlanta, will be hosting an "In It To Win It" COVID-19 … more

Clarendon School District 2 extends virtual learning for another week

Clarendon School District 2 announced Thursday it will extend virtual instruction for another week because of new virus cases and an increase in the number of students in quarantine. The district first switched to temporary remote learning after … more

Clarendon 2 extends virtual learning for Manning schools

Clarendon School District 2 announced Thursday it will extend virtual instruction for another week due to new virus cases and an increase in the number of students in quarantine.The district first … more

Uncovered: SLED investigating Summerton councilman in town with water issues

The State Law Enforcement Division has opened an investigation into a Summerton councilman who failed to disclose his involvement with the small town’s problem-plagued water systems, which are … more

43-year-old Summerton man found dead of apparent gunshot wounds, believed to be 'targeted incident'

SUMMERTON – A 43-year-old Summerton died from apparent gunshot wounds early Monday morning on Furse Road.“The victim was identified as 43-year-old Kelvin Brunson of the Summerton … more

A mark on history in Summerton: 3 historical markers unveiled honor Briggs v. Elliott petitioners and plaintiffs; case was precursor to Brown v. Board that led to desegregation of schools

Summerton is a place brimming with history. Located in the southwestern region of Clarendon County, the town is well-known for the court case Briggs v. Elliott filed in 1950 in which Levi Pearson, the Rev. J.A. DeLaine, Harry Briggs Sr. and 19 … more

Clarendon School District 2 reports 5 more positive COVID-19 cases; 240 students in quarantine

Clarendon School District 2 announced more outbreaks of COVID-19 cases, leading to more quarantined students this week. The Manning-based school district officials reported 68 students and six staff members were quarantined after four positive … more

Prevent, prepare for and properly respond to a fire

Fire Prevention Week is a few weeks away, and we are focusing our efforts on the opportunities to make a difference. In previous articles, we have covered a wide field of topics related to fire and life safety. In preparation for FPW, let's … more

Free boating inspections offered at Alex Harvin III Landing on Saturday

MANNING - Hundreds of boaters will take to the waters of Lake Marion for the final holiday of the summer. Making sure that boats are in proper working condition not only protects the boaters, but it also prevents problems occurring while out on the … more

Domestic Violence Crisis Women's Center and The Holy Donut Shoppe in Clarendon close

CLARENDON COUNTY - Ann Driggers is a woman of devout faith whose visions have led her to open a shelter for battered and abused women and their children and a doughnut shop where she could share her faith with others and the proceeds from the … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: Friday, Sept. 3, 2021

Grab-and-go lunches available for Clarendon 2 students Sept. 7-10 MANNING - Grab-and-go lunches will be available at Clarendon School District 2 schools during the week of Sept. 7-10. Each child will receive one lunch and one breakfast for the … more

Clarendon restaurant inspections: Friday, Sept. 3, 2021

Following are restaurant inspections done by the state Department of Health and Environmental Control in Clarendon County the week of Aug. 19-25, 2021. A "C" grade is failing. For detailed reports, visit www.dhec.sc.gov. A and G Dining, 5215 … more

Dr. Clarence E. Coker and Sandra Coker receive Key to Manning

Manning Mayor Julia A. Nelson, right, presents Dr. Clarence E. Coker and his wife, Sandra, with a Key to the City of Manning on Monday. "It was an honor to present them with a Key to the City," Nelson said. "They have been providing health care to … more

Ares is an energetic kitten who would enjoy playing with a new family

Ares is a 5-month-old, brown tabby, male domestic shorthair kitten. Ares is a playful and energetic cat! He is very sweet and enjoys attention. Ares gets along with other cats. He is current on all of his age-appropriate shots, has been neutered and … more

Clarendon School District 4 board approves museum project in honor of Briggs v. Elliott, final draft of district's consolidation plan

After months of discussion, the Clarendon School District 4 Board of Trustees gave their final approval Monday for a historical cultural museum project presented by a group of alumni in Summerton. Angela Bain, the superintendent of Clarendon 4, … more

Amy is playful and friendly and wants a new home

Amy is a 4-month-old, gray tabby, female domestic shorthair kitten. Amy is a playful and friendly kitten! She is very energetic and also enjoys attention. Amy gets along with other cats. She is current on all of her age appropriate shots, has been … more

Clarendon School District 2 returns to virtual learning starting next week as virus spreads

Students in Clarendon School District 2 schools will be switching to remote learning on Tuesday, Sept.7, as COVID-19 cases and the number of students in quarantine continue to rise. The Manning-based school district, with a total enrollment of … more

Where to get a free COVID-19 vaccine, test in Sumter, Lee, Clarendon counties: Sept. 1-5

All South Carolinians aged 12 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can schedule appointments. Currently, Pfizer is the only vaccine available to those aged 12-17, and it has received full authorization from the FDA for those … more

Manning cancels athletics for next week as school goes virtual amid rising COVID-19 cases

Manning High School is moving to full virtual learning next week. As a result, the school is putting athletics on hold. The cancellation of athletics will not go into effect until next week, which … more

Clarendon School District 2 returning to all-virtual learning amid COVID-19 cases, quarantines

Students in Clarendon School District 2 schools will be switching to remote learning on Tuesday, Sept.7, as COVID-19 cases and the number of students in quarantine continue to rise. The … more
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