Deer Lottery Applications End Tomorrow

Posted by | August 14, 2019 6:16 pm

Photo credit: S.C. Department of Natural Resources

According to reports:

This is the final reminder that there is only day left to apply for the deer lottery hunts on public lands being offered by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. The application period for these hunts will close at 5:00 pm on Thursday, August 15th.

New this year, we will begin offering an “unrestricted” multi-site lottery.  The “unrestricted” multi-site lottery application will cover hunting opportunities on Bear Island, Donnelley and Bonneau Ferry WMA with no antler restrictions at these sites. As this is a new opportunity, each applicant will begin with zero (0) preference points … Read the rest


August 2019 Bookmobile Schedule

Posted by | August 14, 2019 5:00 pm

August Mobile Schedule

 4th  Monday August 26

Summerton Piggly Wiggly  2:00-4:00

 

3rd    Wednesday  August 21

Shake Store on Kingstree Hwy 3:30-5:00

 

2nd  and 4th  Wednesdays  August 14 & 28

Lanes Shopping Center (Hwy 260) 1:00-2:0

 J & E Superette 2:30-4:30

 

 3rd Thursday  August  15

Summerton Piggly Wiggly 9:30-1:00

 

 4th  Thursday  August  22

Turbeville IGA  9:45-12:30

Barrineau Pentecostal Church  2:30-3:30

Lodabar Church on Hwy 527  4:00-5:00

 

  4th  Saturday  August 24 

Clarendon One Community Center (formally the Old Scott’s Branch High

9:00-1:00

The Mobile Library does not run Read the rest



CCTC opens lactation Rooms

Posted by | August 14, 2019 2:51 pm

Photo credit by: CCTC

Central Carolina Technical College opens lactation rooms for students, faculty and staff

SUMTER, S.C. – Central Carolina Technical College has recently established two new lactation rooms for students, faculty and staff on Main Campus in Sumter. CCTC Biology Instructor Tanya Quiroz helped launch this upgrade for the college after one of her students needed a place to pump breastmilk on campus. After finding out that there was not a designated area for nursing moms to pump, the student was discouraged and considered withdrawing for the semester so that she could continue to breast-feed. Quiroz realized that this was an issue … Read the rest


Over 600 Central Carolina Technical College Graduate

Posted by | August 14, 2019 2:41 pm

Central Carolina Technical College to offer four new certificates starting Fall Semester

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 … Read the rest



Turbeville Town Council Meeting August 13

Posted by | August 13, 2019 6:41 pm

The Agenda for the Turbeville Town Council meeting to be held August 13 at 6:30 pm at Town Hall.

CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION

ADOPTION OF AGENDA

ADOPTION OF MINUTES- July 9, 2019

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Water & Sewer – Councilman Byrd

Police-Councilman Councilman Mims

Beautification – Councilwoman Turbeville

VEHICLE USE POLICY (ADMINISTRATOR TAYLOR’S MEMORANDUM ATTACHED FOR REVIEW)

EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK (COPIES ATTACHED FOR REVIEW)

LIMITS FOR RANDOM DRUG TESTING (ADMINISTRATOR TAYLOR PROVIDED COURT CASE LIMITATIONS ATTACHED FOR REVIEW)

SC MUNICIPAL INSURANCE AND RISK FINANCING FUND – LAW ENFORCEMENT REDUCTION REVIEW (ADMINISTRATOR TAYLOR’S MEMORANDUM ATTACHED FOR YOUR REVIEW)

SALARIES FOR MAYOR Read the rest


RONALD DALE REXROAD

Posted by | August 13, 2019 4:09 pm

Ronald Dale Rexroad, 79, died Tuesday, August 13, 2019, at his home. Born July 16, 1940, in Parkersburg, West Virginia, he was a son of the late William Rexroad and the late Evelyn Rexroad. He was a retired school teacher with the Kanawha County Schools in West Virginia and he was a member of New Covenant Presbyterian Church.

He is survived by his companion and friend, Joyce Marshall of Manning; two sons, Jay Aron Rexroad (Angela) of Olympia, Washington and Chad Alan Rexroad (Catherine) of Park City, Utah; a sister, Sharon Miller (Pete) of Parkersburg, West Virginia; six grandchildren; and Read the rest


JAMES HILTON TISDALE

Posted by | August 13, 2019 1:18 pm

James Hilton Tisdale, 85, husband of Carrie Fleming Tisdale, died Monday, August 12, 2019, at McLeod Health Clarendon.

Born August 16, 1933, in Kingstree, he was a son of the late John James Tisdale and the late Hannah Burdick Tisdale. He was the retired owner and operator of Tisdale Tire World and he was a member of Little Star Pentecostal Holiness Church.

He is survived by his wife of Manning; a son, Billy R. Tisdale (Teresa) of Florence; four daughters, Sara Welch of Turbeville, Tami Miles of Effingham, Penny Tisdale and Terrie Ard (Jody), both of Manning; Read the rest


Just in case your traveling in Sumter

Posted by | August 13, 2019 11:00 am

According to reports:

Detour planned for North Main Street as Lafayette Diamond construction continues

Temporary road closures are coming to North Main Street just before the U.S. 378 bypass bridge during weekend road construction.

Road closures will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 16, and last until to 6 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 19. Closures will resume the following weekend from 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 23, to 6 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 26.

During these times, North Main Street will be closed from North Lafayette Drive at West Moore Street and East Moore Street to North … Read the rest



Roadwork on Highway 260 near Pine Knoll subdivision

Posted by | August 12, 2019 11:21 am

Traffic has slowed down on Hwy 260 near the entrance to Pine Knoll subdivision. due to road crews working. A section of the road is restricted to one lane, causing delays in the flow of cars traveling through there.  Please consider alternate routes to avoid the area.




Laid back and loving Tinkerbell

Posted by | August 11, 2019 6:00 pm

Tinkerbell is a 10 month old female calico kitten. She is up to date on all of her vaccinations, spayed, and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and Aids. She is a little timid, but is coming out of her shell more each day. Tinkerbell gets along with other cats. She is laid back and to herself, but will come up to you to get petted. She would make a great addition to your family. Come by the shelter today and meet Tinkerbell, or her brother Peter Pan! We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 am to 3:30 pm. We Read the rest


Homer needs a forever home too

Posted by | August 11, 2019 4:00 pm

Homer is a 2 year old Lab/Hound mix. He is current on all of his age appropriate vaccinations, has been neutered, but tested positive for heartworms. Homer does not let having heartworms slow him down! He is such a sweet dog with lots of energy that loves to play!  He is looking for his forever home where he can play and receive lots of attention! Do not let his heartworm status deter you, he is very sweet, and would make a great addition to your family!  If you are interested in adopting Homer, you can get pre-approved to adopt by Read the rest


Editorial: Little Round Ice Cubes

Posted by | August 11, 2019 2:10 pm

by Teri Norsworthy

It all started in February of 1981 when I wrote down a scripture promise I found in Deuteronomy 6:10-11.

I owned an Advertising company in Houston, Texas for about 20 years when I met John. We married in March of 1981, and lived there working together for about a year. I thought everything was going well until the morning he walked up to me in the kitchen and said, “I am moving back to South Carolina, you can come with me or stay here. Either way, I’m leaving.” I was shocked. It was the first I had Read the rest


McLeod Health Clarendon Receives Reaccreditation from DNV GL Healthcare

Posted by | August 11, 2019 2:00 pm

submitted to The Manning Times

McLeod Health Clarendon announces the successful reaccreditation from DNV GL Healthcare. DNV GL is a certification body that helps hospitals achieve excellence by improving quality and safety through hospital accreditation processes.

By achieving reaccreditation McLeod Health Clarendon has demonstrated it meets or exceeds patient safety standards set forth by the U.S. Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services. DNV GL’s accreditation program is the only one to integrate the ISO 9001 Quality Management System with the Medicare Conditions of Participation.

The DNV GL Healthcare reaccreditation is consistent with our commitment to provide quality healthcare to Read the rest


Editorial: Lost in the Parking Lot

Posted by | August 11, 2019 10:25 am

The Mt. Hope Scrolls

By Bobby Jonte

Don’t you just love a rental car? Who doesn’t like to have a car that you don’t have be concerned about maintenance or how you drive it? The saying “Whip it like a rented mule” applies to rental cars. Most people think they can treat a rental car any way they want.

Now I’m an old guy that doesn’t drive fast like I did as an eighteen year old. Actually, I’m pretty easy on a car. Some of my friends are still waging the war against rental car companies. They are complaining about Read the rest


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