Crossroads Bible Fellowship to hold 2nd annual Bazaar

Posted by | November 16, 2017 11:46 am

Crossroads Bible Fellowship Church, 5546 Paxville Highway in Manning, will hold its 2nd annual Church Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 2. Table rentals are $30 each. For more information, call J. Kaprich at (803) 473-5999 or V. Bryant at (803) 968-0393.

Wilson introduces program to help veterans, active military with legal matters

Posted by | November 16, 2017 11:05 am

Attorney General Alan Wilson announced Wednesday a new program to help veterans, active duty military, and members of the Reserves get free legal help. The program is called VALOR, which stands for Veterans, Active/Reserve Legal OutReach. “The legal profession has always recognized it has a moral obligation to support those who defend the freedoms we treasure,” Wilson, who’s also a colonel in the South Carolina National Guard and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. “This new program will better connect veterans and members of the military with the legal help they need and may not know where to get, or… Read the rest


Johnson makes perfect score on Biology I test

Posted by | November 16, 2017 9:25 am

Clarendon School District 2’s Board of Trustees recognized students Tuesday night for various academic achievements. One of those recognitions included Sandy Johnson, who made a perfect score on the Biology I end-of-course test.

Guilty Pleas: Oct. 30-Nov. 3

Posted by | November 16, 2017 8:32 am

The following guilty pleas were heard during a term of General Sessions Court in Clarendon County from Oct. 30 through Nov. 3 before 3rd Circuit Judge R. Ferrell Cochran. David Brown III of 807 Coral Drive in Charleston pleaded guilty Nov. 2 to unlawful carrying of a pistol, receiving a sentence of 90 days in jail or the payment of a $200 fine. Charges of ossession of other controlled substance in Schedule I to V, first offense, and manufacture or possession of another substance in Schedule I, II, III or flunitrazepam or analogue with intent to distribute, first offense, were… Read the rest

AT&T reporting nation-wide outage for cell service

Posted by | November 16, 2017 8:28 am

AT&T has reported a nation-wide outage for customers of the company’s cell service as of Thursday morning. According to reports, customers have been unable to make or receive calls using their mobile devices. AT&T has addressed the situation with a tweet saying that customers should restart their devices if experiencing issues.


Gibson recognized for perfect Biology I score

Posted by | November 16, 2017 4:52 am

Clarendon School District 2’s Board of Trustees recognized students Tuesday night for various academic achievements. One of those recognitions included Horton Gibson, who made a perfect score on the Biology I end-of-course test.


Annie Davis Burns

Posted by | November 16, 2017 2:49 am

ALCOLU – Annie Davis Burns, 93, died Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, at McLeod Health Clarendon. Born April 18, 1924 in Alcolu, she was a daughter of the late Willie Davis Sr. and Darcus Anderson Davis. The family is will receive friends at her home, 1215 Tearcoat Road in Alcolu.

Brown recognized for perfect Biology I score

Posted by | November 16, 2017 1:46 am

Clarendon School District 2’s Board of Trustees recognized students Tuesday night for various academic achievements. One of those recognitions included Nathan Brown for making a perfect score on the Biology I end-of-course test.

Today in History: Nov. 16

Posted by | November 16, 2017 12:00 am

951 – Emperor Li Jing sends a Southern Tang expeditionary force of 10,000 men under Bian Hao to conquer Chu. Li Jing removes the ruling family to his own capital in Nanjing. Ending the Chu Kingdom. 1272 – While travelling during the Ninth Crusade, Prince Edward becomes King of England upon Henry III of England’s death, but he will not return to England for nearly two years to assume the throne. 1491 – An auto-da-fé, held in the Brasero de la Dehesa outside of Ávila, concludes the case of the Holy Child of La Guardia with the public execution of… Read the rest




Alice Larimore Gasque

Posted by | November 15, 2017 6:34 pm

Alice Larimore Gasque, 82, died Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, at her home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 at Richardson Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Ariel Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Gasque was born in the Brittons Neck community of Marion County to the late Park and Maidne Richardson Larimore. She was retired from Heritage Sportswear and was a member of McMillan Memorial Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, M.C. Gasque Jr.; a brother, H.P. Larimore; and a sister, Lola Lee Larimore. Survivors include a son, Mike Gasque (Cinthya) of… Read the rest

CCTC students print replacement parts for Caterpillar

Posted by | November 15, 2017 2:54 pm

CCTC Adjunct Instructor for Engineering Design Technology Rick Lavergne, Alexus Olberding, Robbie Duke, CCTC Academic Program Manager for Engineering Design Technology David Tuders, Nathaniel Ray, Tonyea Daley, Aashad Carter, Krysten Nygaard, Nyaaisjah Samuel and Manufacturing Innovations Engineer for Caterpillar Sean Amormino.
Seven students enrolled in the engineering design technology program at Central Carolina Technical College have been printing replacement parts and products for Caterpillar Inc. using 3D printers. The students, known as the Caterpillar Design Team, have been in collaboration with Caterpillar Manufacturing Innovations Engineer Sean Amormino. Through wear and tear on machines at Caterpillar, parts are worn down and become unusable. The cost to replace these worn parts is expensive. In an effort to save Caterpillar money, CCTC Academic Program Manager for Engineering Design Technology David Tuders put together a team of students to use the program’s 3D printers to… Read the rest


Wilson urges Supreme Court to protect prayer at public meetings

Posted by | November 15, 2017 2:29 pm

South Carolina Attorney Gen. Alan Wilson and a coalition of 22 states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to protect the practice of lawmaker-led prayer at public meetings. The coalition intends to file a brief Wednesday asking the Supreme Court to hear arguments and confirm the constitutionality of the practice. Such a decision would clear confusion among the lower courts and strike down a ruling that impacts South Carolina. “Our Founding Fathers strongly supported legislative prayer by public bodies and deeply believed in Divine Guidance to support these bodies. Nothing in the Constitution prevents a respectful prayer led by a… Read the rest

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