Senator Kevin Johnson has released that the Town of Turbeville will be receiving Community Development of Commerce Grant funding from the Community Infrastructure Program. The grant award is $693,700 and will be used to upgrade a section of the wastewater treatment transmission lines.
Clarendon School District Two Budget for 2019-2020
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 mills.
SLED agent on scene used hand-held x-ray machine and determined it to be full of an unknown material. The decision to detonate the object was made. Using detonator cord, the object was blown apart. Found inside was approximately a pound of what appeared to be sand.
Manning City Police and Fire departments maintained security at all times.
MANNING – Dorothy Agnes Mason Howarth, 92, widow of William John “Bud” Howarth, died Friday, June 14, 2019, at her residence.
Born January 24, 1927, in Philadelphia, PA, she was the daughter of the late Francis James Mason and the late Mary Alice Bouland Mason. She was a member of Jordan United Methodist Church; a member of First Baptist Church Women’s Bible Study and senior adult traveling program. Dorothy retired from Conrail and was formerly employed with the Philadelphia Dairy where she met her late husband.
Manning Police Department have placed barricades and officers around a one block radius around the Manning Post Office. Postal workers spotted a 3 foot section of PVC pipe with caps on both ends at approximately 10am. SLED bomb team is enroute. Stay tuned for updates.
Deputy Chief Carl Floyd retired Friday afternoon from the Fire Deparment. Chief Carl started his career as a driver/operator with the City of Manning Fire Department in the late 1980’s and at the same time he joined their department as a volunteer. He has served the department and the citizens of Clarendon County, for more than 30 years.
CONWAY, SC — The Business Studies in Europe faculty-led education abroad program at Coastal Carolina University teaches students how the basic principles of management are applied in different socioeconomic environments. Eighteen CCU students took the education abroad trip this past May for credit.
They learned about different cultures in Europe (French, German, Czech and Finnish) and how they adapt to the business environment in which they operate. Students also learned about Europe’s history, culture and economy and how businesses in Europe are adapting to the integration of the European economy and to the recent financial crisis and recovery in Europe.… Read the rest
Clinton, SC – The American Legion Auxiliary’s Palmetto Girls State program announced May Rogan as the elected Commissioner of Agriculture of its 73rd session on Thursday, June 13. Rogan is the daughter of Mr. Mark Thompson and Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, and she is a rising senior at Clarendon Hall. She was selected to attend the week-long leadership and citizenship program based on her leadership skills and involvement in her school and community. She currently serves as the corresponding secretary for State Student Government, is a member of the National Honor Society and his on Clarendon Hall’s yearbook staff.
The USC Salkehatchie Indians have a new head coach. Manning native Jeremy Joye has been selected to fill the position at the Allendale campus. Salkehatchie Director of Athletics Jane Brewer stated that the school is thrilled to have Joye as the new head baseball coach.
“His baseball experience coupled with his familiarity with Salkehatchie and our area, as well as his energy and enthusiasm, bode well for some exciting Indian Basbeall next year and in the years to come,” said Brewer. “He loves Salkehatchie and I think that will be evident in everything he does.”