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The consolidation of Clarendon County School Districts 1 and 3 began several years ago, in 2006. Now it is has come to a head, and it is no longer an option but a certainty. In 2006, the South … more
A Santee liquor store was robbed last Friday, and the Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office is seeking the man who robbed it. The individual approached the counter as if he were making a purchase, … more
With a late Thanksgiving this year, I know many people are feeling the crunch of a shortened holiday season. And news of delivery delays and wondering whether your nifty packages will arrive on time … more

The East Clarendon Wolverines Athletics Department has recently branched out with an additional sport. The very first East Clarendon wrestling team made their debut last week.  The team, … more
The 20thAnnual Turbeville Christmas Parade will roll down Main Street Turbeville this … more
Hours after an initial explosion at Georgia Pacific’s Clarendon OSB plant Monday, the fire is still burning.  First responders have been on the scene for most of the day, and at least … more
On December 07, at approximately 7:39 PM deputies with the Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office, Clarendon County EMS, and Clarendon County Fire Department responded to a shooting call with … more

Bridge maintenance workers found the body of a missing Santee woman, her family says.   55-year-old mother of three, Tina Marie Williamson, was last seen on Nov. 17 at the Mountaineer … more
President of the Clarendon County Chamber of Commerce, Jason Montgomery, recently received the very first Judge James Dingle Community Service Award. This award, presented by the Clarendon County Ministerial Alliance, will posthumously honor Judge James Dingle. It will be given annually to someone who emulates his lifetime of service to Clarendon County. Montgomery sat down in the editors office at the Manning Times for an interview on his achievements. more
A Laurence Manning Academy student has been named a semi-finalist for the 2020 portion of the Coca-Cola Scholars Program. more
It all started when Travis Floyd was little. He grew up in New Zion, where his mother, Eddie Lou Floyd and his father, Lavelle Floyd, raised him. His brother, Jason, was a firefighter, and he has always known that that is what he wanted to be as well. more
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