MHS welcomes new Principal

Posted by | August 3, 2019 3:00 pm

For Manning High School, the 2019 school year will be full of new opportunities and new faces. One of those new faces will be Patricia Moultrie-Goldsmith, who was chosen to serve as Principal of Manning High School starting this year. She will be replacing Preston Threatt, who served as Principal for many years.

“I am extremely humbled and honored to be the new Principal of Manning High School,” said Goldsmith. “I am excited for the opportunity to serve as the instructional leader of such an awesome school community.”

Goldsmith brings almost 25 years of experience with her in the education … Read the rest


Will you give Mocha a home?

Posted by | August 3, 2019 1:48 pm

Mocha is a 13.5 year old Siamese cat. She is a super sweet cat, and laid back. Mocha is up to date on all her vaccinations, spayed, and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and Aids. Mocha gets along with other cats, but generally stays more to herself. She loves attention, and will sit in your lap all day! Mocha has Stomatitis, but she still lives a healthy life. She does drool occasionally, but otherwise she does not seem to have many issues from it. From what we know, it is not contagious to other animals, but your vet would be Read the rest


Kali is ready for a forever home

Posted by | August 3, 2019 11:44 am

Kali is a 3.5 year old Lab/Bully mix. She is current on all of her age appropriate vaccinations, has been spayed, but tested positive for heart worms. Kali does not let having heart worms slow her down! She is such a love bug that enjoys being petted and shown attention. Kali is looking for her forever home where she can play and receive lots of attention! Do not let her heart worm status deter you, she is very sweet, and would make a great addition to your family!  If you are interested in adopting Kali, you can get pre-approved to Read the rest


Manning Farmers Market is open today

Posted by | August 3, 2019 10:46 am

Stop by the Farmers Market today and shop locally with the many vendors there.

Fruit, veggies and much more.

And don’t forget to see Bryn for your jellies!


Huge Success for the Mance fundraiser

Posted by | August 3, 2019 10:38 am

Members of Manning High Alumni held a fundraiser for Brian Mance recently at the Manning Elementary School. In 2016, the Manning native suffered from a rare autoimmune disorder called Neurosarcoidosis. It left Mance almost completely paralyzed. Since then, Mance has continued to make progress with his rehabilitation efforts. His strength is improving and he hopes to regain many body functions that he lost with his illness.

Due to his condition, Mance was having difficulties getting to and from doctor’s appointments and therapy sessions. His family did not have adequate transportation to accommodate Mance and his wheelchair. Local friends of Mance Read the rest


Presidential Award received by Manning Native

Posted by | August 3, 2019 9:00 am

The office of U.S. President Donald J. Trump recently announced the recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). This award is to recognize individuals for their scientific accomplishments and their potential to spur scientific discovery across all participating agencies of the US government and in their respective fields of study. The PECASE award is conferred upon scientists and engineers selected by the White House per recommendation of various US Government Agencies. The PECASE Award is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers and who show Read the rest



A Brief and Continuing History of Clarendon County

Posted by | August 3, 2019 6:26 am

Chapter Four: A New County – Part One

by JERRY ROBERTSON

There is much evidence that America prospered in the 1850, such as when the U.S.Capitol was built and railroad crossing of the Mississippi River. In South Carolina, a new county was born, Clarendon. John Isaac Ingram served in the House of Representatives from 1842 to 1848 and the Senate from 1848 to 1856. He presented a petition signed by seven-eighths of the section’s population, overcoming opposition from his fellow Sumter Senator. Ingram’s consistent pleas convinced the General Assembly to create a new district by dividing Sumter County thus creating … Read the rest



Editorial: Bravery

Posted by | August 2, 2019 9:00 pm

by Teri Norsworthy

While thinking of Bravery this past Memorial Day, I am remembering the many lives spent on maintaining the freedom of our wonderful country. I have not personally experienced losing a close family member to war so I can’t say I understand the burden and loss one feels when that happens. Then I wondered who the brave one is? The one that gave their life or the one that has to go on facing life here and finding a new way of living.

I have been married to John about thirty-eight years. We have become so close to Read the rest


REV. KENYA BROCK

Posted by | August 2, 2019 8:27 pm

On Thursday, August 1, 2019, Rev. Kenya Brock exchanged his rugged cross for his precious crown at McLeod Health Clarendon.
Born on November 19, 1969 in Clarendon County, he was a son of the late Lonell Felder and the late Betty Brock Walker and step son of the late Albert Walker. The family is receiving relatives and friends from 4:00pm – 8:00pm at the residence, 1113 R. Johnson Rd., Davis StationCommunity of Manning.
Funeral services are incomplete and will be announced by the Fleming & DeLaine Funeral Home and Chapel.

Editorial: Why are secret projects so long?

Posted by | August 2, 2019 7:11 pm

The Mt. Hope Scrolls

By Bobby Jonte

Why? It’s a question I ask all the time. Why do these projects I get into take so long to complete? I shouldn’t be complaining at all. Most things I do are simple. they are just not easy. I just started a new project. It is probably going to take at least two years to complete. That may not sound like a long time but time is going rather quickly for me.

Luckily, I have patience. I managed to learn patience on the last big secret project. It took twenty-two years to complete. Read the rest


Beware of Scammers

Posted by | August 2, 2019 6:00 pm

submitted to the Manning Times

Citizens of Clarendon County,

Sheriff Baxley and The Clarendon County Sheriff’s office would like to inform you of scams, scammers, and a few of their tactics. These con artists use threatening letters, e-mails, and other types of psychological games to target the elderly and vulnerable individuals.

The Sheriff’s Office offers this post to educate the elderly, their caretakers, and other family members. Please know some of the victims being scammed will keep the scam a secret from their family due to embarrassment. Please listen out and pay attention to these few helpful hints.

There have Read the rest


JO CLARK WHITE

Posted by | August 2, 2019 5:19 pm

Jo Clark White, 78, widow of Murl Anthony White, Jr., died Friday, August 02, 2019, at Covenant Place. Born January 29, 1941, she was a daughter of the late Warren B. Clark, Sr. and the late Fannie James Davis Clark.  She lived in Manning until she married Murl in 1962. They were married for 54 years.  

She graduated from Manning High School and attended Pfeiffer College in Misenheimer NC, and graduated from Clevenger Business College in Sumter.  She was a caregiver to all of her family. Mrs. White was a longtime member of 56 years at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Read the rest



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