A Familiar Face in the Treasurer’s Office

Posted by | August 2, 2019 3:41 pm

Matt Evans has officially served as Treasurer for Clarendon County since winning his first election to the office in 2002. Recently, he was sworn in to continue his dedication to the county by being elected to his fifth term as Treasurer. Evans has worked in the Treasurer’s office for almost 35 years in various job descriptions. Each term as Treasurer or county Auditor lasts for four years, beginning July 1 after the election and ending June 30.

“I can’t imagine working in any other field of work,” said Evans. “I look at my role as Treasurer to be a career, … Read the rest


‘Dancing with the Stars’ is tomorrow night!

Posted by | August 2, 2019 3:23 pm

On Saturday August 3rd, the stars will shine bright for Clarendon County. This year marks the tenth annual Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars competition/fundraiser.

In 2009, Cheryl Wingard had a vision of bringing a fundraiser to Clarendon County that was unique, fun and exciting as well as profitable for several different charities. That year, she stood on the stage of The Cypress Center at the first Dancing with the Stars event.

Ten years ago, I stood there with nervous anticipation of turning a dream into a reality,” said Wingard. “There is one thing that makes a Read the rest


Three arrests made in connection with Turbeville shooting

Posted by | August 2, 2019 3:00 pm

On July 19, deputies from Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office responded to reports of hearing gunshots in a neighborhood in Turbeville. According to reports, a group of men were standing near the road talking. When another male drove up to speak to one of the group that he recognized, he heard of guns being mentioned while others were arguing. As the man left the area, he heard gunshots and the window of his car shattered. He then called law enforcement once the situation calmed down. Further examination revealed more bullet holes in his vehicle.

Law enforcement contacted someone else at the Read the rest


Duke Energy rate decrease proposal for S.C. Residents

Posted by | August 2, 2019 2:30 pm

According to Reports:          Aug. 2, 2019

Duke Energy Progress proposes decrease to residential charges for programs saving energy and money for South Carolina customers

  • Monthly energy bills for residential customers to drop by more than $3, starting in January
  • Energy-efficiency programs currently save customers in the Carolinas more than 210 million kilowatt hours annually

GREENVILLE, S.C. — As the new year begins, residential customers of Duke Energy Progress in South Carolina will see savings in their monthly energy bills related to the costs of programs that help them save energy and money.  Duke Energy Progress is committed to helping customers … Read the rest



A Familiar Face in the Treasurer’s Office

Posted by | August 2, 2019 12:25 pm

A familiar face in the Treasurer’s Office

By JOHNNY WEEKS

jweeks.editor.mt@gmail.com

 

Matt Evans has officially served as Treasurer for Clarendon County since winning his first election to the office in 2002. Recently, he was sworn in to continue his dedication to the county by being elected to his fifth term as Treasurer. Evans has worked in the Treasurer’s office for almost 35 years in various job descriptions. Each term as Treasurer or county Auditor lasts for four years, beginning July 1 after the election and ending June 30.

“I can’t imagine working in any other field of work,” said … Read the rest


2019 USC Sumter Graduates

Posted by | August 2, 2019 12:00 pm

Photo Credit: USC Sumter

SUMTER, SC (08/01/2019)– Congratulations to our recent graduates! More than 100 students participated in Commencement this year with degrees ranging from Associate in Arts and Science to Bachelor’s Degrees. We are proud of each and everyone of you and all that you have accomplished!

USC Sumter is located in the heart of the state, about 45 miles east of the capital of Columbia, South Carolina. USC Sumter became a University campus in 1973 and today has an enrollment of about 1,000 per academic year. USC Sumter confers two-year associate’s degrees and offers baccalaureate degree programs in … Read the rest






‘Dancing with the Stars’ is this Saturday night!

Posted by | August 2, 2019 7:00 am

On Saturday August 3rd, the stars will shine bright for Clarendon County. This year marks the tenth annual Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars competition/fundraiser.

In 2009, Cheryl Wingard had a vision of bringing a fundraiser to Clarendon County that was unique, fun and exciting as well as profitable for several different charities. That year, she stood on the stage of The Cypress Center at the first Dancing with the Stars event.

Ten years ago, I stood there with nervous anticipation of turning a dream into a reality,” said Wingard. “There is one thing that makes a Read the rest


‘Dancing With The Stars’ is Saturday!

Posted by | August 2, 2019 7:00 am

On Saturday, August 3rd, the stars will shine bright for Clarendon County. This year marks the tenth annual Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars competition/fundraiser.

In 2009, Cheryl Wingard had a vision of bringing a fundraiser to Clarendon County that was unique, fun and exciting as well as profitable for several different charities. That year, she stood on the stage of The Cypress Center at the first Dancing with the Stars event.

Ten years ago, I stood there with nervous anticipation of turning a dream into a reality,” said Wingard. “There is one thing that makes a Read the rest






Central Carolina Technical College to offer new certificates starting this fall

Posted by | August 1, 2019 11:29 am

submitted to The Manning Times

Beginning this Fall Semester, CCTC students can obtain an Advanced Medical Coding Certificate, a Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate, a Marketing and Sales for Small Business Certificate or an Office Management Certificate.

The Advanced Medical Coding Certificate is designed to prepare Health Information Professionals by focusing on procedural and diagnostic coding for reimbursement of professional services performed in inpatient facility settings. The program includes medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, inpatient procedural coding and diagnostic coding as well as medical regulations.

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certificate is designed to provide basic understanding and Read the rest



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