Monthly Archives: November 2016

Manning High grad joins Sumter Farm Bureau firm

Posted on November 7, 2016 5:05 am by Submitted via Email

Manning High School graduate Susan Willard has contracted to serve as an agent in the Sumter office of South Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company, located at 90 W. Wesmark Blvd. in Sumter.
“I believe in working hard and helping people,” Willard said in a release e-ailed by the company. “Farm Bureau Insurance has provided me the opportunity and the support to serve my communities needs for auto, home and life insurance.”
Willard has lived in Sumter for 11 years with her daughter, Kaylie. Her family grew in February when she married Jay Willard and gained two step sons, Mckenzie … Read the rest

Election 101: How the next U.S. president will be elected

Posted on November 7, 2016 4:04 am by Submitted by Reader

When Americans vote Tuesday, they will pick their preferred candidate for president, but they aren’t directly electing that person.

Huh? How does that work?
In the U.S., they have what’s called the electoral college, and it’s the members of the electoral college who technically elect the president.
They do so based on the popular vote results in each state.

What is the electoral college?
The electoral college has 538 electors.
Every state, plus the District of Columbia, has an allotted number of electors. The number is determined by how many people each state has in the House of Representatives, plus … Read the rest

Pilot Club to sell figurines at Bazaar for $5 each

Posted on November 7, 2016 2:02 am by Submitted via Email

The Clarendon County Pilot Club is once again selling the church figurines, produced by a Pennsylvania company that has since gone out of business. Each piece is modeled after a historic Clarendon County church or building, and features a brief history of the building on the back. Previously $15 to $20 each, depending on the piece, all pieces are now $5 each, and they will be on sale for the final time at the Pilot Club Bazaar, which will be held 4-6 p.m. Nov. 23 at the Presbyterian Church at Manning. The only piece not available is the Clarendon County Read the rest

Forestry Commission: ‘Think before you burn’

Posted on November 7, 2016 2:02 am by Submitted by Reader

The South Carolina Forestry Commission encourages landowners and all citizens to THINK BEFORE YOU BURN!
State law requires people to notify the Forestry Commission prior to burning outdoors. In most cases, the law applies to burning leaves, limbs and branches that you clean up from your yard. The notification law does not apply within town or city limits.
Simply call 1 (800) 986-3597 for Clarendon County to make a quick, easy debris burning notification. Just dial the appropriate number, listen to the message, and leave your name, address and phone number. Other county hotline numbers may be found at the rest

Bethlehem MBC to hold 76th anniversary Nov. 20

Posted on November 7, 2016 1:01 am by Submitted via Email

Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church, 4319 Rowe Drive in Summerton, will hold the 76h known Church Anniversary at 3 p.m. Nov. 20, with the Rev. Johnnie L. Lawson Sr., pastor of New Light Missionary Baptist Church in Davis Station as the guest speaker. You are cordially invited to come, worship, fellowship and dine with the church family, who are anticipating a spiritual, soul-refreshing anointing from God through His servant. Come and receive a blessing. The Rev. David Lawson is the host pastor. For more information, email or call (803) 478-5519.

Proper disposal of deer remains is a rule of good hunter ethics

Posted on November 7, 2016 12:12 am by Robert Joseph Baker

Disposal of deer remains may not be the highlight of a hunting trip, but it is an important aspect of hunting, particularly in maintaining the hunter’s image.

“Hunters should realize that improperly disposing of deer remains is not only illegal but presents a negative public image,” said Jay Cantrell, Big Game Program assistant coordinator for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). “It provides a legitimate point of criticism that can be used by people who oppose hunting.”

Cantrell said hunters should also remember not to display harvested game where it might offend non-hunting members of the public. When transporting … Read the rest

Today in History …

Posted on November 7, 2016 12:12 am by Robert Joseph Baker

335 – Athanasius is banished to Trier, on charge that he prevented a grain fleet from sailing to Constantinople.
680 – The Sixth Ecumenical Council commences in Constantinople.
1426 – Lam Sơn uprising: Lam Sơn rebels emerge victorious against the Ming army in the Battle of Tốt Động – Chúc Động taking place in Đông Quan, in now Hanoi.
1492 – The Ensisheim meteorite, the oldest meteorite with a known date of impact, strikes the Earth around noon in a wheat field outside the village of Ensisheim, Alsace, France.
1619 – Elizabeth Stuart is crowned Queen of Bohemia.
1665 – … Read the rest

Horse Branch members help pianist with yard cleanup after Matthew

Posted on November 6, 2016 8:08 pm by Sharon Hall

Turbeville esident Betty DuBose had prayed for more than a decade for the removal of a tree from her rented property.
Though a favorite of her landlord’s and his family, the 100-year-old tree meant nothing but work for DuBose, who had to frequently rake its leaves throughout the spring and winter months.
In early October, the 74-year-old church pianist got the answer to her prayers, though not in the way anyone could have imagined. Hurricane Matthew blew the arboreal atrocity to the ground.
“i suffered a heart attack last year and, after I felt strong enough, I went outside to … Read the rest

A new chapter starts tomorrow

Posted on November 6, 2016 6:06 pm by Robert Joseph Baker

Nearly seven months ago, when Dr. Cain’s nurse called me just hours after my initial appointment with him and told me my kidney function was 22 percent, I had Stage IV Chronic Kidney Disease and would soon be in End Stage Renal Failure and need dialysis, I was floored and sick to my stomach.
The more they talked about eventual dialysis, the less I wanted to hear. At least for the first month. But then, as I usually do, I decided to educate myself, and I became more and more comfortable with the idea. June 1, I had my peritoneal … Read the rest

Restaurant now hiring!

Posted on November 6, 2016 5:05 pm by Submitted by Reader

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LMA 1st Quarter Honor Roll

Posted on November 6, 2016 2:02 pm by Submitted via Email

Second Grade
Terri Floyd- Christopher Buck, Skylar Dill, Barrett Haas, Gracin Henderson, Purav Patel, Robbie Robertson, Carson Shepard, Halle Tisdale, Noah Tucker, Tyler Woodward.

Anna Lynn Gamble- Brynli Brewer, Finley Anne Coffey, Peyton Collins, Candyn Geddings, Sophie Lee, Cooper Reynolds, Cole Richburg, Luke Rodgers, Ben Sanders.

Kristen Rembert- Liam Flaherty, Bryson Hodge, Ryanne Lynch, McKenzie Mahoney, Adam Millix, Tristan Ridgeway, Jackson Timmons, Emma Truett.

Third Grade
Kelly Brown- Maggie Epperson, Graham Lee, Caroline Prothro.

Meagan Glass- Madison Healan, Shaye Hoff, Ashlynn Holmes, Hagen Jones, Wesley Matlock, Hollie Self, Holden Stegall.

Courtney Johnson- Mitchell Henderson, Kib Newman, Makinley Roberson, Maggie Welch, … Read the rest

21 years of the Sport of Kings

Posted on November 6, 2016 10:10 am by Bobby Jonté

It’s hard to believe that an event can last so long. Twenty-one years is a long time. The Kingstree Trials have been the go to event for a many years and it truly is the Sport of Kings. People get a chance to attend this once yearly festival and think of themselves as Kings or Queens. Princes or princesses, too.
They can dress up or dress down and stroll around majestic grounds and visit with other royalty that travel to such events. They should film an “I am rich” commercial here. The event is a cross between renaissance fair and … Read the rest

Pet of the Day: Jessie

Posted on November 6, 2016 5:05 am by Submitted by Reader

Jessie is a one-year-old female black feist mix dog who weights about 16 pounds. She is current on her shots, has been spayed and has tested negative for heartworms. She is an active girl that wants your attention. Come see her at A Second Chance Animal Shelter on Alex Harvin Highway in Manning from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

Today in History …

Posted on November 6, 2016 12:12 am by Staff Reports

355 – Roman emperor Constantius II promotes his cousin Julian to the rank of Caesar, entrusting him with the government of the Prefecture of the Gauls.
1528 – Shipwrecked Spanish conquistador Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca becomes the first known European to set foot in the area that would become Texas.
1789 – Pope Pius VI appoints Father John Carroll as the first Catholic bishop in the United States.
1792 – Battle of Jemappes in the French Revolutionary Wars.
1844 – The first Constitution of the Dominican Republic is adopted.
1856 – Scenes of Clerical Life, the first work of … Read the rest

LMA 1st Quarter Headmaster’s List

Posted on November 5, 2016 9:09 pm by Submitted via Email

Terri Floyd- Nathan Hyde, Shely Patel, Hunter Stanfield, Claire Wright.

Anna Lynn Gamble- Adelaide Eaddy, Pierson Gamble, Lucy McCarron, Dana Moberg, Heyward Moore, Cooper Newman, Olivia Newman, Bryce Phan, Grainger Powell, Kaddin Spigner, Abigail Tanner, Mary Madilyn Way.

Kristen Rembert- Phen Field, Aidan Floyd, Eli Gamble, Joey Hatchell, Chelsea Millix, Colby Ridgeway.

Kelly Brown- Anne Wilder Hartzog, Ella Grace Healon, Ashley Rae Hodge, Mason Hodge, Maddie McCarron, Shawn Thomas Moore, William Phillips, Lyza Prickelmyer, Alyssa Walton.

Meagan Glass- Brayden Barnhill, Logan Durham, Hayden Mitchiner, Jiya Patel, Matthew Ragan, JJ Ward.
Courtney Johnson- Whitley Boykin, Madelyn Coker, … Read the rest

Expect patchy frost Saturday night

Posted on November 5, 2016 6:06 pm by Robert Joseph Baker

The National Weather Service out of Columbia has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Saturday night for the Clarendon County area and its surrounding communities.
Most of the region will have low temperatures in the upper 30s tonight. Readings near freezing will occur in some of the normally colder locations. Expect patchy frost.

Pee Dee, SC Realtors groups providing aid in wake of Matthew

Posted on November 5, 2016 6:06 pm by Robert Joseph Baker

The Pee Dee Realtor Association and South Carolina Realtors have partnered with the Realtor Relief Foundation and other state associations to provide aid for Hurricane Matthew victims.
If you live in an area that was declared a disaster area and your home has been damaged by Hurricane Matthew, officials say you may be eligible for financial help.
The foundation has $200,000 to give out to those in need in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
Those that qualify will receive a check to pay their mortgage or rent, up to $1,000.
They said this financial support allows victims to … Read the rest

Voter Registration now open for absentee ballots

Posted on November 5, 2016 3:03 pm by Submitted via Email

The Clarendon County Voter Registration Office, 411 Sunset Drive in Manning, is now open for absentee voting. Hour are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
To vote absentee, you must be a registered voter and meet one of the following criteria:
Students, their spouses and dependents residing with them;
Members of the Armed Forces, Merchant Marines, Red Cross, USO, government employees, their spouses and dependents residing with them;
Overseas citizens;
For reasons of employment will not be able to vote on election day;
Physically disabled persons;
Persons on vacation;
Persons age 65 or older;
Persons admitted to the … Read the rest

East Clarendon Medical, Dr. Smith back open Nov. 17

Posted on November 5, 2016 3:03 pm by Robert Joseph Baker

After being closed nearly five months, East Clarendon Medical Center will reopen Nov. 17 as an arm of Colonial Healthcare.
Dr. Kate Smith will continue seeing patients at the center, which was closed in July by Clarendon Health System.
Turbeville native Smith, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charlie Dorn Smith Sr., attended the University of South Carolina and the Medical University of South Carolina, where she earned her medical degree in 1963.
She said that her desire to be a physician was partly because of her father as well as her own interest in medicine.
“My father was a … Read the rest

Fully Loaded celebrates grand opening

Posted on November 5, 2016 2:02 pm by Sharon Hall

Eugene and Tammy Finkbeiner celebrated the grand opening Friday of Fully Loaded, the first indoor shooting range in Clarendon County. The couple has programs for various age levels, along with individual and family memberships. For more information, call (803) 720-4062.


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