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The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 68 is pleased to announce 2020 Girl’s State delegates.    Manning High School: Hardy Goff, Tracie Holladay, Abby Richburg and Anna … more
Manning Police Officers stood together in support of each other as they made an “I Promise” Pledge. This four-part pledge shows their commitment to protect and serve all citizens with … more
 Effective June 4, 2020, McLeod Health is modifying its visitation restrictions at McLeod Regional Medical Center, McLeod Health Cheraw and McLeod Health … more

Central Carolina Technical College will continue to bring employees and eventually students back to campus using a three-stage phased approach for safety purposes.   Phase one began in late … more
The University of South Carolina Sumter is celebrating the 10th anniversary of their Mad About Science Summer Camp. This year the camp will be offered online and free of charge aside from the … more
In light of the difficulties our state and nation are currently facing after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the Manning, SC Police Department is launching the “I Promise” … more
Timothy Burney was arrested for the possession of a stolen vehicle, as well as check fraud on May 28. According to Manning resident and owner of the car Ashley Frye-Martin, this isn’t an … more

The East Clarendon Hall of fame nomination process has begun. Each year, ECMHS nominates and awards members into its hall of fame. The ceremony takes place every year in September during the … more
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced 297 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and six additional deaths. This brings the total number … more
The Clarendon County Administration advises all citizens to be careful and adhere to the closures and detours. Please do not go around barricades. Little Star Road, Brogdon Road, and Home Branch … more
There was a small name mix-up in the Laurence Manning Academy section of our graduation paper.  Shown above are Madelyn Brook Richburg and Lauren Elizabeth Rembert, in that order.  more

“I thought it was my sinuses, maybe allergies but never did I think it was COVID-19 and would change my life the way it did” recalls Regina Wright. Wright’s life-changing ordeal … more
Summerton residents received news last week that Saint Paul Elementary would be changing their name to honor Clarendon School District One’s former superintendent Dr. Rose … more
Dorothy “Dot” Hamlin Sargent McCall, 92, widow of Rev. Melvin Eugene Sargent and Dorris “Junior” McCall, died Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Covenant Place.   Born … more

If you or a loved one has experienced a stroke or heart disease, Coronavirus may be especially worrying to you.   Early data from medical experts indicate that people who have suffered a … more
As the coronavirus pandemic slowly  loosens its grip on the world, small and large businesses alike are opening back up. However, it can be confusing to know what’s open and what’s … more
As the coronavirus pandemic slowly  loosens its grip on the world, small and large businesses alike are opening back up. However, it can be confusing to know what’s open and what’s … more
As the coronavirus pandemic slowly  loosens its grip on the world, small and large businesses alike are opening back up. However, it can be confusing to know what’s open and what’s … more

As the coronavirus pandemic slowly  loosens its grip on the world, small and large businesses alike are opening back up. However, it can be confusing to know what’s open and what’s … more
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