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My early memories of developing an appreciation for detective literature stem from my father introducing me to Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. Any character relying on his or her practical intellectual genius methods of deductive reasoning is … more
WASHINGTON - The crash of an F-35B Joint Strike Fighter aircraft in South Carolina during the weekend has raised numerous questions about what prompted the pilot to eject and how the $100 million warplane was able to keep flying pilotless for 60 … more
Throughout my career as a military officer, I received formal feedback from senior officers as part of the Army's highly regimented annual evaluation process, known as the Officer Evaluation Report, or OER. However, the most relevant, candid and … more
NEW YORK (AP) - U.S. Rep. James E. Clyburn, a Sumter native, is working on a history book he calls a "passion project": The story of the eight Black congressmen who represented South Carolina in the decades immediately after the Civil … more
STAFF REPORT The 9th-annual Day of Remembrance Guarding our Hearts (yet) Pressing on With Hope, sponsored by the Sumter Chapter Parents of Murdered Children, will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, at the South HOPE Center, 1125 S. … more
Attention, local job seekers: Have you ever wanted to see some of the top local and regional positions available from top companies all in the same room at one time? Look no further than the Sumter County Job Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the … more
Tuesday was Talk Like a Pirate Day, and students at Lemira Elementary School celebrated the day with storytelling by Sumter County Museum employees. PHOTOS PROVIDED more
The focus of the monthly Clarendon County Planning Commission meeting this week was concerns about noise regarding a few new items brought to commissioners. Typically, a planning commission meeting lasts about an hour; however, on Tuesday, Sept. … more
MANNING - A 65-year-old Manning man died after being struck by a vehicle early Tuesday evening. Clarendon County Coroner Jacqueline Blackwell said Leverne Harrington died at the scene. The Manning Police Department said a vehicle struck … more
Sumter City Council unanimously passed second reading of an ordinance to annex about 38 acres on Alice Drive into city limits during Tuesday's meeting. Councilman Calvin K. Hastie Sr. was absent. At 1560 Alice Drive is 37.96 acres of land now … more
Culinary experiences are unique and plentiful. Yet, one that is often overlooked is the pairing of two distinct cultures coexisting amid dinner tables across the South - South Carolina in particular. In a cozy dining room, illuminated by the warm … more
The typically serene and concise proceedings of a Clarendon County Planning Commission meeting took a turn because of a specific line item under discussion on Tuesday. Norberto Lopez requested zoning certification to place a long-term and … more
Many Sumterites have to make a little go a long way. On the county level, around 20% live in poverty, according to Census data, and about 18% of the county's total population are senior citizens. Sumter United Ministries, which helps locals … more
Clemson, the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference champion, has one player on its depth chart who arrived in Death Valley via the transfer portal: The backup quarterback. No. 4 Florida State is trying to reclaim the ACC crown from the Tigers, and … more
East Clarendon's Rod Shaw was busy on Friday night. The Wolverines were looking for an offensive spark as they hosted Hannah-Pamplico, and Shaw was more than happy to deliver. The senior running back toted the rock 32 times and tallied a … more
CHARLOTTE - Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Bryce Young did not participate in Wednesday's walkthrough practice because of an ankle injury, opening the door for the possibility of veteran Andy Dalton starting on Sunday against the Seattle … more
BEREA, Ohio - Something stopped Kareem Hunt from signing elsewhere in free agency. There were other choices for him as a free agent, quality teams in good cities. But the running back felt there was just one place for him. Home. … more
Duke's opening-week rout of then-No. 9 Clemson served notice that the Atlantic Coast Conference wouldn't necessarily fall in line behind the Tigers as it has for much of the past decade. For that matter, the ACC doesn't seem inclined to play … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans clashed with Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday, accusing him and the Justice Department of the "weaponization" of the department's work in favor … more
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