35 Clarendon residents named to CCTC Part-time Dean’s List

Posted by | May 23, 2019 6:14 pm

Central Carolina Technical College President Dr. Michael Mikota announced Thursday the Spring 2019 student honors lists, which included 390 students from the school. Fifteen Clarendon County residents made the Full-Time President’s List. Thirty-two students from Clarendon County were named to the list, including Britni A. Anderson, Jerimy D. Baker, Jonathan W. Baltzegar, Constance K. Brown, Larry V. Brown, Mary A. Brown, Beverly E. Cummings, Michelle R. Evans, Shanyia A. Gamble, Lillian A. Gilliard, Rylee J. Goff, Sharice D. Grier, Lacey M. Harrington, Isabella R. Harris, Shikirah L. Hill, Brittany N. Hodge, Leigh A. Huggins, Micahaela M. Hyatt, Anaiya I. Jackson, … Read the rest


15 Clarendon residents make CCTC Full-Time President’s List

Posted by | May 23, 2019 5:24 pm

Central Carolina Technical College President Dr. Michael Mikota announced Thursday the Spring 2019 student honors lists, which included 390 students from the school. Fifteen Clarendon County residents made the Full-Time President’s List.
They included Benjamin R. Barrineau, Mary E. Beard, Taj R. Blair, Anthony M. Brooker, Angela M. Coker, Gracelyn D. Coker, Amani B. Davies, Tajabreonca Z. Dow, Damien L. Gist, Nastajia K. Hamilton, Grace M. Joyner, Alexandria M. Mays, Thomas S. McElveen, Carson L. Walker and Thomas A. Wallace.
The Full-Time President’s List recognizes students who were enrolled in at least 12 semester credit hours and achieved a 4.0 … Read the rest


Sumter car break-in suspects arrested after Clarendon police chase

Posted by | May 23, 2019 3:29 pm

The Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two suspects wanted out of Sumter County for various outstanding warrants relating to the alleged misuse and abuse of someone else’s vehicle.
Jessie McDonald Preast, 32, and Amanda Powell, 39, were arrested Wednesday, according to reports from the Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office, after a pursuit Tuesday night leading from Sumter into Clarendon County.
Sumter deputies had reported a stolen vehicle and put out a bulletin across police radio. The vehicle, carrying Georgia tags, was spotted by a Clarendon deputy in Summerton.
“When the deputy exited his vehicle, the suspects took off,” said Sheriff … Read the rest


Local farmer receives grant

Posted by | May 23, 2019 1:12 pm

Clarendon County Farmer Christian Richburg, who received a Monsanto America’s Farmers Grow Communities Grant for $2500, was honored by CSD 2 on Tuesday. He donated the grant to Clarendon School District Two.


MHS Media Specialist honored by CSD 2

Posted by | May 23, 2019 12:54 pm

Media Specialist Bonnie Trulsen from Manning High School was honored by CSD 2 for receiving  a Donors Choose grant on Tuesday. The grant will transform the media center at Manning High School  into a collaborative learning environment.


McDonald recognized for earning grant

Posted by | May 23, 2019 12:50 pm

On Tuesday Alonzo McDonald was recognized by CSD 2 for receiving a Grant for Growing Engagement award for $4995. The grant will be used to enhance the raised garden bed at Manning High School as apart of FFA.


Manning Rotary Club awards scholarships

Posted by | May 23, 2019 11:35 am

The Rotary Club of Manning awarded scholarships to Marie Joyner, Elizabeth McInnis, Jordan Shaw and Heather Varn on Wednesday. These students had to exemplify the Rotary’s motto “service above self” and academic excellence.




Notice of Public Hearing for CSD 2 Budget for 2019-2020

Posted by | May 23, 2019 9:23 am

Clarendon School District Two will hold a public hearing on the 2019-2020 fiscal year operating budget at 5:30 p.m. on June 25, 2019. There will be a designated time on the agenda for anyone who wishes to speak concerning this item. The meeting will be held at the school district office at 15 Major Drive in Manning.
The proposed millage required to support the budget for 2019-2020 is 140.17
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Fugitives captured in Clarendon County after high speed chase

Posted by | May 23, 2019 9:13 am

Jessie McDonald Preast, a 32 year old white male, and Amanda Powell, a 39 year old white female, have been taken into custody after leading Clarendon County Deputies on a pursuit during the late night hours last night. The suspects (having outstanding warrants) and vehicle, which deputies had been informed to be on the lookout for by Sumter County, were spotted by a Deputy in the Summerton area of Clarendon County. The vehicle was displaying a Georgia license plate which had been reported stolen. The vehicle pulled over for the Deputy and when the deputy exited his vehicle the Read the rest


Lakeside Paradise Restaurant and Bubba’s Bait & Tackle are on the Lake

Posted by | May 23, 2019 9:03 am

by JOHNNY WEEKS

jweeks.editor.mt@gmail.com

Lake Marion is now the home of two new food and fishing supply businesses. Lakeside Paradise restaurant and Bubba’s Bait & Tackle are both ready for the upcoming seasons. The official grand opening will be this Saturday. Free live concert featuring Nashville recording artist, Tim Elliott starts at 8pm and ends at midnight.

Located at the former Scarborough’s landing, Wendy Cox is the proud owner of both businesses. She said that she started construction on this project less than 2 months ago. She tore the original building down to the basic framework, then totally rebuilt it … Read the rest


Talented MHS students Chalk the Walks

Posted by | May 23, 2019 8:00 am

by EVELYN MCDONALD

editorial@manninglive.com

The National Arts Honor Society hosted Chalk the Walks at Manning High School Friday. Students would make a donation and be able to get out of class during school hours to participate. They would select a section of the sidewalk around the high school to display their many talents.

Chalk the Walk events are held world-wide, and are about spreading joy, optimism, and inspiration. The first event was held in 2011 in Vancouver, WA. The event involved over 300 people through an online group. Since then, several thousand people have become members and posted pictures of … Read the rest


Batting Cage dedication at J.C. Britton Park

Posted by | May 23, 2019 7:30 am

photos by Nigel Johnson

The new batting cage facility in honor of former Coach Justin Shorter was officially opened Wednesday. Shorter passed away May of last year after over two years battling cancer. This new facility will represent his love of baseball for years to come.

Justin’s wife, Caroline and their two boys, Thomas and Will, unveiled the new batting cage to the community at the dedication ceremony. Also in attendance were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shorter, and Caroline’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richardson.

Shorter was born on February 21, 1980, in Sumter, the son of Michael Read the rest


Country Boy Kitchen: The Food Ministry

Posted by | May 23, 2019 7:15 am

By NIGEL JOHNSON

mtsceditor@gmail.com

Jeffery Lampkin, a native of Manning, South Carolina, announced his new business endeavor via Facebook on Friday, May 17. He is opening a restaurant called Country Boy Kitchen in Sumter.

Lampkin currently hosts “Sunday Morning Gospel with Jeffery Lampkin” on the Big DM radio station. The former American idol contestant is known for his singing abilities, and spirit-filled worship services. In 2018, Lampkin appeared on Good Morning America along with the Francis Marion University YGB Choir to perform. Lampkin and a portion of his choir were asked to sing during GMA’s commercial break. After the show Read the rest


Mack honored at CSD 2 Board Meeting

Posted by | May 22, 2019 8:32 pm

Logan Mack, a Stduent at Manning High School, was honored by Clarendon School Dostrict 2 on Tuesday. he was honored for a SUPERIOR Rating – Trombone Solo, SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Trio, and SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Quartet by the SC Band Association.


Miller honored at CSD 2 Board Meeting

Posted by | May 22, 2019 8:30 pm

Michael Miller, a Stduent at Manning High School, was honored by Clarendon School Dostrict 2 on Tuesday. He was honored for a SUPERIOR Rating – Trumpet  Solo, SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Trio, and SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Quartet by the SC Band Association.


Hamilton honored at CSD 2 Board Meeting

Posted by | May 22, 2019 5:42 pm

Nastajia Hamilton, a Stduent at Manning High School, was honored by Clarendon School Dostrict 2 on Tuesday. She was honored for a SUPERIOR Rating – Clarinet Solo, SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Trio, and SUPERIOR Rating – Participation in Mixed Wind Quartet by the SC Band Association.


Shaw named McLeod Home Health Certified Nursing Assistant Support Person of the Year.

Posted by | May 22, 2019 3:09 pm

Rosa Shaw was named the McLeod Home Health Certified Nursing Assistant Support Person of the Year in a release sent Wednesday by the hospital.
All McLeod Health Clarendon staff nurses were asked to nominate a fellow nurse who provides quality, compassionate care while personifying “true faithfulness to their profession,” reads the release. Award recipients were honored at the hospital during a special ceremony.
“Nurses and nursing staff are an essential part of the healthcare team, and play a vital role in providing an excellent patient care experience,” said McLeod Health Clarendon Chief Nursing Officer Kim Jolly. “These women truly exemplify
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