Monthly Archives: March 2018

Groundbreaking on Harbor Deepening Project

Posted on March 3, 2018 4:04 pm by Submitted via Email

Today the South Carolina Ports Authority hosted the groundbreaking ceremony for the Harbor Deepening Project. Upon completion, the Port of Charleston will be the deepest port on the US East Coast at 52 feet and will provide unrestricted access to neo-Panamax vessels 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with no tide restriction.

Senator Leatherman said, “Being part of the Harbor Deepening Project is one of the highlights of my 38 year legislative career. I can’t tell you how proud I am of Jim, Barbara and the rest of the Port team. Charleston will be the deepest port on … Read the rest


Clarendon Hall’s JV softball team opens season with win

Posted on March 3, 2018 4:04 pm by Tommy Wampler

Clarendon Hall JV softball opened it’s season with 16-0 victory over Dorchester Academy. Amberly Way took the mound earning the winm and strikeing out 5. The game was called after 3 innings. Way was 3 for 3 at the plate with 2 RBIs.

Hadleigh McIntosh was 3 for 3 with 2 RBIs as well. Macie McIntosh and Wells James were 2 for 2. McKenley Wells was 2 for 3.

The Lady Saints will travel to Holly Hill Academy Tues. March 6.


Turbeville schools prepare for renovations, ask for community’s help

Posted on March 3, 2018 1:01 pm by Emily Wachter

Mayor of Turbeville Dwayne Howell and Donald Hardy are trying to make the Turbeville community a better place, one locker room renovation at a time.
Most of the facilities at East Clarendon Middle-High School (EC) in Turbeville were built around the 1950’s, and while a large portion of the school has been renovated and updated, Clarendon County School District Three has had to wait on addressing some issues due to bigger renovation priorities. Recently, Howell and Hardy noticed a need for a renovation that had long been forgotten and decided to reach out to the community for help.
“The school … Read the rest


Clarendon County GOP to hold monthly meeting March 8

Posted on March 3, 2018 12:12 pm by Submitted via Email

The Clarendon County GOP will host its monthly meeting on Thurs. March 8. The meeting will be held at the Cornerstone Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church at 2116 Greeleyville Highway, Manning.

Doors open at 6:00pm and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. The ladies of the church will be preparing the meal. Donations will be accepted.

The program will begin at 7:00 p.m.

The speakers in March will be Yancey McGill, Candidate for Governor and
Gerhard Gressman, Candidate for the Sixth Congressional District of South Carolina.

Moye Graham has lined up candidates and speakers for April and May. The … Read the rest


East Clarendon ladies dominate Timmonsville High, win 1A State Championship

Posted on March 3, 2018 12:12 pm by Tommy Wampler

The East Clarendon girls basketball team won the South Carolina High School League 1A state championship crown. EC took on Timmonsville High School at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia by a score of 55 to 31. This is East Clarendon’s first championship title. It was a total team effort that kept Timmonsville off balance to finish the season as number 1.


Posted on March 3, 2018 11:11 am by Tommy Wampler


East Clarendon wins 1A lower state championship

Posted on March 3, 2018 9:09 am by Tommy Wampler

East Clarendon and Scott’s Branch High Schools are both located in Clarendon County. Neither of these two varsity girls basketball teams could have known they would face each other in an inter-county battle, where the winner would advance to play in the state championship. On Friday, Feb. 16 that day came. Both schools took the drive up from Clarendon County to the Florence Civic Center to battle for the Lower State title.
Both teams practiced and prepared all year for the opportunity to compete for the South Carolina High School League 1A State Championship. Scott’s Branch began the game with … Read the rest


Local resident earns degree from Western Governor’s University

Posted on March 3, 2018 9:09 am by Submitted via Email

The following local student have received their degree from Western Governors University.

Adriane Gaff of Manning has received her Bachelor’s of Science in
Nursing.

The university held its 64th commencement ceremony at the Disney
Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando on Feb. 10 to celebrate the
graduation of about 15,000 graduates from across the country.


SC high school bass challenge

Posted on March 3, 2018 7:07 am by Staff Reports

Congratulations to the two teams who represented Clarendon Hall School last Saturday in the SC High School Bass Challenge! This is part of the SC Lower State BASS High School Tournament Trail. Coached by Robbie Richburg and Danny Shanz, our two teams did very well in their first tournament. Gage Richburg and Olivia Wilson placed fourth out of 95 boats and only missed third place by 4 ounces. Hunter Richburg and Christian Higbe also placed in the top 20. Their next tournament is scheduled for March 31st and will take place on Lake Murray.


Mobile Library Schedule: Saturday March 3

Posted on March 3, 2018 5:05 am by Submitted via Email

The Harvin Clarendon County Mobile Library will stop at the IGA in Turbeville from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Sat. March 3.


Posted on March 3, 2018 3:03 am by Tommy Wampler


This day in History: March 3

Posted on March 3, 2018 12:12 am by Submitted by Reader

1791 Congress passes a resolution authorizing the U.S. Mint; legislation creating the mint will be passed on Apr. 2, 1792.
1803 The first impeachment trial of a U.S. judge, John Pickering, begins.
1817 The first commercial steamboat route from Louisville to New Orleans is opened.
1845 Florida becomes the 27th U.S. state.
1857 Under pretexts, Britain and France declare war on China.
1861 The serfs of Russia are emancipated by Alexander II as part of a program of westernization.
1863 President Abraham Lincoln signs the conscription act compelling U.S. citizens to report for duty in the Civil War or pay … Read the rest


The Life of a Summerton Sharecropper

Posted on March 2, 2018 9:09 pm by Submitted by Reader

Jim McKnight, a Matoaca resident of six years who came to the area from South Carolina, began a quest years ago to map out his family tree. One of the biggest branches on that tree was his grandfather, Willie Holliday Sr., who died in 2004 at the age of 112, making him one of the oldest men in the country at the time. McKnight decided that the story of his grandfather warranted a book.

With the help of a genealogist, McKnight eventually completed the story, titled “My Story of a Sharecropper’s Life”.

“You can’t find another story like this,” said … Read the rest


Posted on March 2, 2018 8:08 pm by Submitted via Email


Community participates in history

Posted on March 2, 2018 8:08 pm by Emily Wachter

After enjoying the living history museum as a student at Scott’s Branch High School, Event Coordinator for Taw Caw Community Outreach Center Anita Benbow decided to bring the Black Heritage Expo Living Museum to her church.
On Feb. 23, the outreach center was filled with Clarendon county residents eager to hear about the successes and influences of African Americans throughout the nation’s history.
The event began at 6:00 p.m. in the outreach center’s gym, and Benbow organized several tours to take place throughout the evening. During each tour, attendees were invited to walk through the gym and learn information about … Read the rest


Posted on March 2, 2018 7:07 pm by Tommy Wampler


Guest Opinion: bipartisan sense on patent office bias

Posted on March 2, 2018 7:07 pm by Reporter

The Patent and Trademark Office, the federal agency charged with securing certain intellectual property, has become an enemy of America’s inventors.
How is it that an office charged with protecting innovation is subverting it?
In 2011, Congress passed the America Invents Act. This law included a number of provisions harmful to IP rights.
Perhaps the worst was the establishment of new administrative procedures for challenging a patent’s validity. The abuse of this system has reached epidemic proportions. It’s time for Congress to restore integrity to the patent system.
The new administrative process for challenges to existing patents, known as inter … Read the rest


Posted on March 2, 2018 5:05 pm by Tommy Wampler


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#ChildrensHospitalWeek to encourage support for children’s hospitals

Posted on March 2, 2018 4:04 pm by Tommy Wampler

Awareness week encourages support for McLeod Children’s Hospital

McLeod Children’s Hospital is pleased to participate in the second annual #ChildrensHospitalsWeek, scheduled for March 5 – 11. Events during the week are intended to bring awareness to children’s hospitals and how important donation are to help kids get the best care when they need it.

The following activities encourage support for children’s hospitals, March 5 – 11:

Tune in to a Facebook Live-athon 7:30 p.m. March 7. The live event will feature appearances by various celebrities, inspiring kids who represent the 10 million kids treated annually at Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals … Read the rest


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