St. Paul Elementary 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll

Posted by | November 2, 2017 4:07 pm

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the St. Paul Elementary School 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they were given to The Manning Times by Clarendon School District 1. This list was only edited for formatting.



St. Paul Elementary 1st Quarter Principal’s All A Honor Roll

Posted by | November 2, 2017 12:04 pm

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the St. Paul Elementary School 1st Quarter Principal’s Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they were given to The Manning Times by Clarendon School District 1. This list was only edited for formatting.

First Citizens Bank provides $15K grant for Saints Wellness Center

Posted by | November 2, 2017 10:51 am

First Citizens Bank presented a $15,000 grant Wednesday to Clarendon Hall for the construction of the Saints Wellness Center. The center will promote strength training and wellness for all students. Those pictured include, front row, First Citizens representatives Senior Vice-President and South Midlands Market Manager Matthew Way, Vice-President and Financial Sales Manager Elaine Elmore and South Carolina East Area Executive Assistant Tessa Corbett and Clarendon Hall board members Tripp James and Travis Macintosh. On the second row are Clarendon Hall varsity football head Coach Mike Corbett, Clarendon Hall Land Trust Chairman John Duckworth, Clarendon Hall board members Brian Corbett, Emily Robinson-Bair, Whitney Phillips, Ray Elliott and Bridget Wells and Clarendon Hall Athletic Director Ritchie Way.
Clarendon Hall announced Wednesday the receipt of a $15,000 grant from First Citizens Bank for construction of the Saints Wellness Center at the school. The facility will be adjacent to the Clarendon Hall gymnasium and “will promote strength training and wellness not only for athletes but for all students,” according to a release. The building will house a new weight room and training center with treadmill and elliptical machines. “This has been a longtime need, and our students are excited about having a facility dedicated to physical fitness,” said Headmaster Phillip Rizzo. “I sincerely appreciation First Citizens Bank’s grant and… Read the rest

Manning Elementary School 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll

Posted by | November 2, 2017 9:37 am

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the Manning Elementary School 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they are presented to The Manning Times, with changes only for formatting purposes.

Garrity’s spirit lives on in annual fundraising cookoff

Posted by | November 2, 2017 7:45 am

The late Thomas Earl Garrity Jr. began working on fire trucks at his G&G Metal Fabrications Inc. and Fire Equipment Services as a result of his volunteer service with the Sumter Fire Department. Firefighters from throughout the state will come together Nov. 17-18 to participate in a Barbecue Challenge in Garrity’s memory. The Manchester, Connecticut, native, who founded his company as Santee Metal Fabrication in 1984, died Nov. 23, 2012. “This year marks the 8th annual Tom Garrity Firefighters’ Barbecue Challenge, (which) benefits the local American Red Cross,” said former Clarendon County Fire Chief Carter Jones. “In 2010, Capt. Tom… Read the rest

Pet of the Day: River

Posted by | November 2, 2017 7:22 am

River is a 2-year-old male cairn terror mix. He is current on all of his vaccinations and has been neutered and tested negative for heart worms. He is such a sweet baby who needs some attention. He has lived a rough life, and it’s time for him to find his furever home. The staff at A Second Chance Animal Shelter of Clarendon County has been working with him since he came to the shelter and he has been doing great! He still gets nervous, but he will be perfect for the right person.

Scott’s Branch Middle School 1st Quarter Honor Rolls

Posted by | November 2, 2017 6:01 am

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the Scott’s Branch Middle School 1st Quarter Principal’s and A-B honor rolls for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they were given to The Manning Times by Clarendon School District 1. This list was only edited for formatting.

Report disaster fraud and abuse to the SC Disaster Recovery Office

Posted by | November 2, 2017 5:45 am

COLUMBIA – The South Carolina Disaster Recovery Office has received reports that individuals are attempting to scam residents to pay for contractor services. The office oversees grant programs focusing on rebuilding or repairing homes damaged by severe weather events, such as the severe storm event in October 2015 and Hurricane Matthew in 2016. With the support and guidance of the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the Disaster Recovery Office manages federal funds available to assist in disaster recovery. The office warned clients who are currently being helped by SCDRO that the organization and its contractors do not charge for their… Read the rest

Sumter man arrested on child pornography charge

Posted by | November 2, 2017 5:16 am

South Carolina Attorney Gen. Alan Wilson announced Wednesday the arrest of Austin Alexander Nasworthy, 19, of Sumter, on one charge connected to the exploitation of a minor. Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force investigators with the Lexington County Sheriff’s Office made the arrest. Investigators alleged that Nasworthy sent a nude image to a minor victim. Nasworthy was arrested on Monday, according to a release from the Attorney General’s Office. He is charged with one count of disseminating obscene material to a person younger than 18, a felony offense punishable by up to 10 years’ imprisonment. The case will be… Read the rest



Mayor signs declaration recognizing Colonial Heritage Month

Posted by | November 2, 2017 3:46 am

Manning Mayor Julia Nelson signed a proclamation Oct. 18 declaring that the city of Manning was pleased to recognize October 2017 as Colonial Heritage Month in the city of Manning. Harriet Rawlinson represented the Teige Cantey Chapter of the South Carolina Society Colonial Dames XVIII Century of Sumter, which locally sponsored Colonial Heritage Month for October. Colonial Heritage Month, Nelson’s proclamation declared, “brings to mind the first courageous settlers who arrived in America and who determined the direction for the formation of our country.” Rawlinson said that one of the “sound and noble goals of this heralded society is to… Read the rest

Manning Elementary School 1st Quarter All A Honor Roll

Posted by | November 2, 2017 2:31 am

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the Manning Elementary School 1st Quarter All-A Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they are presented to The Manning Times, with changes only for formatting purposes.

Today in History: Nov. 2

Posted by | November 2, 2017 12:00 am

619 – A qaghan of the Western Turkic Khaganate is assassinated in a Chinese palace by Eastern Turkic rivals after the approval of Tang emperor Gaozu. 1410 – The Peace of Bicêtre suspends hostilities in the Armagnac–Burgundian Civil War. 1675 – Plymouth Colony governor Josiah Winslow leads a colonial militia against the Narragansett during King Philip’s War. 1795 – The French Directory, a five-man revolutionary government, is created. 1868 – Time zone: New Zealand officially adopts a standard time to be observed nationally. 1889 – North Dakota and South Dakota are admitted as the 39th and 40th U.S. states. 1899… Read the rest

Scott’s Branch High School 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll

Posted by | November 1, 2017 9:17 pm

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following students were named to the Scott’s Branch High School 1st Quarter A-B Honor Roll for the 2017-18 school year. Names are published exactly as they were given to The Manning Times by Clarendon School District 1. This list was only edited for formatting. SENIORS Jamal Carter, Shaniya Holliday, Daisha Johnson, Naseem Johnson, Diondra Seaberry and Angelo Wilder. JUNIORS Xavier Bennett, Alyssa Brailsford, Janyha Brown, Ronyaih Frierson, Xa’Maquia Jackson, Markayla Johnson, NyQuan Lee, Nyreasia Lesesne and LaShayla Richburg. SOPHOMORES Keyoina Anderson, Shateeka Brunson, T’Ziah Daniels, Shakeriah Dow, Tyleiesha Gibson, Rickia Grant, Samyra House, Amber Johnson, Dante Jones,… Read the rest

Board 1 Chairman charged with unlawful act toward a child

Posted by | November 1, 2017 7:16 pm

The chairman of the Clarendon School District 1 Board of Trustees was charged last week after an 8-year-old boy told authorities the man hit him with a belt on his body. Tony Junious of Summerton is charged with unlawful act toward a child, a felony in South Carolina, according to reports. Junious is reportedly the boy’s adopted father. Documents show that Junious was arrested on warrants last week and turned himself into the Clarendon County Detention Center the same day. Bond information was not immediately available Wednesday night. Junious has served as an elected member of the Clarendon School District… Read the rest

Florence man sentenced for financial exploitation of his father

Posted by | November 1, 2017 6:15 pm

Attorney Gen. Alan Wilson announced Wednesday that a 55-year-old Florence man has pleaded guilty to the financial exploitation of his father. Randy Edward Hughes of Florence faced a maximum potential sentence of five years in prison, a $5,000 fine or both. After his guilty plea on Tuesday, Hughes was sentenced to repay his father $110,000 by Nov. 1 and pay the balance of 458,978.74 in restitution during five years of probation. According to reports, Hughes was the power of attorney for his 85-year-old father, Daniel Hughes. He was also a joint holder on the victim’s bank accounts. In 2011, Hughes… Read the rest

Council on Aging to hold Fall Festival

Posted by | November 1, 2017 6:01 pm

The Clarendon County Council on Aging will hold its Fall Festival events from Nov. 3-4. The Sip for Seniors and Silent Auction will be held from 6-8 p.m. Nov. 3. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased at either of the Senior Centers. Free Family Fun will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 4, with refreshments available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Senior Centers and Meals on Wheels. Donations will also be accepted.

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