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Clarendon County Administration Offices will resume normal operating hours, (8:30am -5:00 pm) tomorrow, Friday, September 6, 2019. more
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by JOHNNY WEEKS jweeks.editor.mt@gmail.com 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 … more
Carrington Haynes, a student at Manning Junior High School, was honored by Clarendon School Dostrict 2 as a Duke Tip Scholar on Tuesday. more
Manning Police Chief Keith Grice has announced that any missing items that are found will be taken to Manning City Fire Dept. Any child found unattended will also be taken to the fire dept. more
Any American who has turned on his or her TV or glanced at a newspaper over the past few days and weeks knows that border security and maintaining our national sovereignty has been at the top of the news. This debate has raged for years, for … more

The Clarendon County Recreation Department just completed their annual Christmas card contest. This year, participants came from all Clarendon County schools, in grades 1st through 4th.  The … more
Clarendon County Emergency Management will return to OPCON 3: Normal day-to-day operations, at 6:00 pm today, Thursday, September 5, 2019. more
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by JOHNNY WEEKS jweeks.editor.mt@gmail.com 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 … more

Parah Anderson, a student at Manning Junior High School, was honored by Clarendon School Dostrict 2 as a Duke Tip Scholar. more
SUMTER - Dr. James R. “Jim” Smith was born May 5, 1972, in Brooklyn, New YORK. He was well-loved by his wife, Holly, and his sons, James, 7, and Landon, 5. He was preceded in death by his father, James, and his brother, Scott. His … more
Scott's Branch High School student Zakee Rendell was accepted last week into the 2019 Team USA Basketball Team program, according to a release from 365 Sports. As part of the program, Rendell will attend the NCAA Exposure Boot Camp this summer … more
On Friday, December 6, Clarendon Hall’s Student Government Association (SGA) and National Honor Society (NHS) sponsored a Breakfast with Santa and students were asked to bring toys for children … more

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Clarendon County Shelters will close at 6:00 pm today, Thursday, September 5, 2019. more
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  by JOHNNY WEEKS jweeks.editor.mt@gmail.com 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 … more

Paisley Grace Eaddy was crowned overall Junior Miss Turbeville 2019 earlier this month at East Clarendon High School. l more
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