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If you have a Jason mask dangling from your rearview mirror, you named your dog "Chucky" or you can't wait for the zombie apocalypse, USC Sumter has something you may be interested in. Jonathan Bassett, Lander University professor … more
Anita Hunter, principal of Rafting Creek Elementary School, welcomed several Sumter County Government employees to visit with students to talk about their jobs and enjoy lunch and conversation as part of Sumter Economic Development's "Lunch Buddies" … more
Wilson Hall hosted Tim Tebow on Wednesday, Oct. 18, as part of its annual Mission Series. The talk marks Tebow's second year in a row as the guest speaker and the 14th talk in total for the series open to the public. After a private Q+A session with … more
Sumter and South Carolina students performed overall better in English and math on standardized testing in 2023 as "continued progression" continues to be a theme post-pandemic, according to the State Department of Education. South Carolina … more
Some chicken McNuggets and fries can go a long way to take the pressure off when it comes to younger students learning math concepts, and Lemira Elementary School used the strategy to the fullest on Tuesday. About 100 students and 200 parents, … more
Law enforcement presence increased at Crestwood High School on Wednesday following a possible threat that turned out to be “a rumor,” according to the Sumter County Sheriff's Office. … more
More than 120 golfers participated in the 13th-annual Central Carolina Technical College Foundation Golf Tournament held Friday, Oct. 6, at Beech Creek Golf Course. The event was a remarkable day … more
A nine-person committee consisting of five Sumter school board members and four public members has been named to lead the way for developing a long-term facility "master plan" for the district. Board Chairman the Rev. Ralph Canty appointed … more
Wilder Elementary School students visited Sumter Fire Department headquarters last week to learn about fire safety and took part in a scavenger hunt. PHOTOS PROVIDED more
The sunshine on Monday afternoon in Sumter was symbolic of the festivities at Central Carolina Technical College as officials broke ground on a new, three-story building that will modernize the main campus. College leaders, faculty, staff, … more
"Good To Great" was a bestselling management book from 2001 describing how some companies transition from being good companies to great companies and how most fail to make the transition. Alice Drive … more
FLORENCE — As a partner in nursing education for the region, McLeod Health has made a contribution to an area nursing school. Support of valuable educational offerings is reflected in this … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Inside a high school classroom, Bryan Martinez jots down several purchases that would require a short-term savings plan: shoes, phone, headphones, clothes, and food. His … more
eSTEAM Sumter Festival organizers announced the winners of the eSTEAM Sumter Festival Art Contest, sponsored by Adams Outdoor. Kindergarten-second grade: Ansley Preast from … more
A leading college rankings organization has ranked University of South Carolina Sumter as the No. 2 community college in the state, while Central Carolina Technical College is No. 10. Niche, an … more
Thousands gathered in downtown Sumter on Saturday for the fourth-annual eSTEAM Sumter Festival. This event was all about local youth. Nearly 100 businesses and groups from across the area set up … more
Much-needed changes to schools in Clarendon County are underway with a few updates presented during the recent school board meeting. At the October school board meeting, Clarendon County board … more
In a collaborative effort between the Town of Summerton's mayor and a longstanding company, Summerton students are set to receive a financial blessing for the third-consecutive year. Carolina Pantry and Mayor Tony Junious have once again joined … more
Sumter school board appears to be moving in the direction of supporting a long-term "master plan" to include constructing new facilities and consolidating others as opposed to simply rezoning attendance lines to keep all schools. Sumter School … more
Members of the military visited Millwood Elementary School students as part of Club Day. Students explored different clubs from coding to cooking. The school thanks the military for visiting and spending time with the students. more
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