Posted on June 30, 2019 3:03 pm by Samantha Lynn
(CNN) – The FDA is recalling thousands of cases of unbleached all purpose flour, due to E-Coli concerns.
That is nearly 114-thousand bags of King Arthur Flour, according to the FDA’s website. ADM Million Company notified King Arthur that the wheat used, has been linked to a recent outbreak.
No illnesses have been connected to the food product. The 5-pound bags were distributed to retailers including Target and Walmart.
To find out if your bag of flour is impacted, head over to the FDA’s website.
Posted on June 30, 2019 2:02 pm by Samantha Lynn
A rise in Hepatitis A cases in Georgia and South Carolina, especially in restaurants, has people in the region thinking twice before they go out to eat.
According to DPH, in the past year, there have been 354 confirmed cases of Hep A in Georgia. 67 of those have been in Richmond County.
South Carolina has not been better. The Palmetto State usually has around 19 cases per year, according to DHEC. Through the first six months of 2019, there have been 142 cases. Roughly a third of them have been in Aiken County, by far the most in the … Read the rest
Posted on June 30, 2019 9:09 am by Nigel Johnson
By JOHNNY WEEKS
The Clarendon County Legislative Delegation met June 17 & 18 to interview the ten applicants who expressed an interest in serving on the Clarendon County School District 2 Board of Trustees. According to Senator Kevin Johnson, the decision on who to appoint was a difficult one.
“Due to the high caliber of the applicants and the fact that they interviewed so well, it was a tough choice to choose only three from the list of applicants,” said Johnson. “I wish we could have chosen five.” Those that were appointed will be on the board for … Read the rest
Posted on June 30, 2019 7:07 am by Samantha Lynn
Posted on June 30, 2019 7:07 am by Nigel Johnson
This month, the State Legislature finished our 2019 session with conference committee meetings and final votes on this year’s budget. Included in the $9 Billion budget was everything from pay raises for state employees and teachers, to flood relief for those impacted by Hurricane Florence. After careful deliberation with our colleagues in the House, we’re excited to have passed a budget that invests in our communities, rewards our hard working citizens, and will bring good to all corners of the Palmetto State. Here are some of the highlights:
K-12 Education: This year, our teachers rallied together in record numbers to … Read the rest
Posted on June 29, 2019 9:09 pm by Johnny Weeks
Statement by Chief Michael Johnson, Clarendon County Fire Dept
At approximately 10AM Saturday morning, Clarendon County Fire Department was dispatched to a house fire in the Wyboo area of Clarendon County. Fire and EMS units arrived to find a single-wide mobile home with heavy fire involvement. Two victims were located inside of the residence. The Clarendon County Coroner’s Office, Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), and the State’s Fire Community Loss Education and Response (CLEAR) Team are investigating. The victim’s identifications are being withheld until family members are notified.
Posted on June 29, 2019 1:01 pm by Nigel Johnson
by JOHNNY WEEKS
A 17 year old resident of Alcolu has graduated from High School (homeschooled) and has earned an Engineering Design Technology Associate Degree in Applied Science (A.A.S. majoring in Engineering Design Technology) at Central Carolina Tech. She has graduated with honors (Summa Cum Laude). She is also a recipient of the 2019 P.E.O. Chapter AK scholarship.
Rebeca Fleitas was born in Spain, and came to the US with her parents in 2002 at the age of eight months old. She grew up in Clarendon County and attended school at a Montessori school in Summerton. After trying several … Read the rest
Posted on June 29, 2019 11:11 am by Nigel Johnson
by JOHNNY WEEKS
The Manning Farmers Market kicked off its opening day on Saturday, June 15. The original opening day was originally scheduled for June 8, but due to inclement weather conditions was postponed. The market will be open every Saturday from June until October on the corner of Church Street and Boyce Street one block from the courthouse. The hours of operation are from 8am to 12pm and is open to the public. Many local vendors will have various items available for sale. Many vegetables, such as peas, tomatoes, corn, cucumbers, squash, and onions are ready for purchase. … Read the rest
Posted on June 29, 2019 9:09 am by Nigel Johnson
by JOHNNY WEEKS
A program that has the best interest of small communities as its focus has been introduced to Manning. Members of The Orton Family Foundation met with local residents June 19 to explain what the program is and how it can help Manning. The meeting was held at Manning High School’s conference room. Many people from the area, as well as members of the Manning City Council and other agencies, were present to discuss the project.
The Community Heart & Soul Project, born from the generosity of the Orton Family Foundation, focuses on ways to improve … Read the rest
Posted on June 29, 2019 8:08 am by Samantha Lynn
Posted on June 29, 2019 7:07 am by Nigel Johnson
by NIGEL JOHNSON
Gullah Gullah Fish is a restaurant in downtown Manning that serves fresh and delicious Gullah cuisine and soul food. The family owned restaurant opened three years ago and has been serving the city of Manning ever since. Craig Levy and his family owns Gullah Gullah Fish that makes “made to order” freshly cooked food. The sit-down environment can comfortable seat twelve to fifteen people to enjoy their wide variety of foods. The restaurant does have menu items, such as chicken and waffles, chicken wings and Gullah ox tails for those who want something other than seafood. … Read the rest
Posted on June 29, 2019 5:05 am by Nigel Johnson
by Bobby Jonte
“The life so short, the craft so long to learn.” That’s a quote from Chaucer. (You know, the father of English Literature) There are lots of quotes. I’ve said a bunch of them. Over the past thirty years, I’ve read all sorts of thing like that. I just did a project that took over a year and almost everyday I would say, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
There are a bunch of those things and they all have some truth to them. If you can follow them there is a … Read the rest
Posted on June 28, 2019 10:10 pm by Johnny Weeks
Adrianna Johnson, a Manning resident, represented Williamsburg county at the Miss SC Teen pageant in Columbia.
Adrianna won the Teen Spirit Award, Miss Congeniality Award, and Overall Talent for non-finalist.
Posted on June 28, 2019 10:10 pm by Manning Live
Posted on June 28, 2019 10:10 pm by Johnny Weeks
Congratulations Rosalie Summerlin on placing third runner up in Miss teen sc!!!!
Posted on June 28, 2019 7:07 pm by Johnny Weeks
Congratulations to Manning-Santee Post 68 for their winning season in League IV. Ranked #1 seed going into playoffs.
Posted on June 28, 2019 7:07 pm by Nigel Johnson
by Teri Norsworthy
I grew up in the desert between Buckeye and Gila Bend, Arizona in a country store. I have wonderful memories of my first sixteen years and how many people in our community influenced my life in positive ways. For instance my English teacher in school, Mrs. Chapman. I hear myself chanting her phrases when correcting my grandchildren’s English. My mother taught me the importance of hard work, discipline, personal grooming, and believing in myself.
However, my father was my hero. He taught me many things, but at the top of the list, he taught me to treat … Read the rest
Posted on June 28, 2019 5:05 pm by Samantha Lynn
Congratulations to Officer Shante’ Demary, Officer, Linda Martin-Smith & Officer, Andrew Beasley on their promotion to lieutenant Rank.
Posted on June 28, 2019 5:05 pm by Nigel Johnson
Posted on June 28, 2019 3:03 pm by Samantha Lynn
On June 28, 1776, British ships sailed into Charleston harbor and opened fire on a tiny fort on Sullivan’s Island. The infamous “shots heard ‘round the world” had been fired a little over a year before in April 1775, but Americans were still debating whether to declare independence from Britain. The British expected to put down the rebellion quickly by taking Charleston, one of the largest and wealthiest ports in America.
Unprepared for battle, patriot Colonel William Moultrie and his troops hastily constructed a fort on the tip of the island using local palmetto trees. As the British navy began … Read the rest
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