*MISSING*

Posted by | October 14, 2019 11:19 am

Please be on the look out for Aaron Eaton. He is a missing person. He is 6′, 260 lb., 31 year old white male with brown eyes,and bald head,. He was last seen at Randolph’s Landing on Saturday, October 12, 2019 driving a 2015 Silver Kia Sorento Tag # VT51110. He was wearing blue jeans, green shirt, and a green color camo hat. Any information, please contact the Clarendon County Sheriff’s Office at 803-435-4414. Please share.




Winners of the 4th Annual Duck Cup

Posted by | October 14, 2019 10:26 am

We would like to congratulate the winners of the 4th annual Duck Cup.

  • Adult Team

1st place

Davis Williams
Chris Summers
Christopher “Moose” Summers

 2nd place 

Chandler Gray
Dean Williams
Bodie Yarborough

3rd place

Hunter Thompson

Gage Langston

Evan Ardis

  • 16 and under division

1st place
Graham Lee
Banks Welch
Cooper Taylor

2nd place
Lizzie Ardis
Carmela Jacobs
Preston Taylor

3rd place
Burns Bateman
Jacob Lessard

  • High Over All
    1st Chris Ferres
    2nd Chandler Gray
    3rd Davis Williams

Allen Boo Gray won a gun.

#CLARENDONPROUD


Sumter Opera House Main Stage Series

Posted by | October 14, 2019 10:15 am

Photo Credit: Sumter Opera House

Are you ready to get tickets to Sumter Opera House’s newest Main Stage Series shows? Supporting Members have been able to get tickets for two weeks, but general on sale starts tomorrow, so everyone else will be able to get them too! Go to SumterOperaHouse.com tomorrow at 10AM to get your tickets!

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Several High School Students participated in 2019 Fields of Faith

Posted by | October 14, 2019 9:55 am

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)  held Fields of Faith on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at Manning High School. Students from Laurence Manning Academy, Manning High School, Homeward Education Association, East Clarendon, Clarendon Hall participated in this event as well as St. Phillip Union Methodist Episcopal Church and Seacoast Church.

 

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DWIGHT ANDREW “DREW” STEWART

Posted by | October 13, 2019 3:34 pm

Dwight Andrew “Drew” Stewart

By Jack Kuenzie –

“Never tell me the odds.”—Han Solo

Dwight Andrew Stewart was five years old when Harrison Ford gave heroes everywhere that mantra in “The Empire Strikes Back.” The boy we’d come to know as Drew had a lot of growing up to do before he’d need those fighting words to launch his own epic battle against darkness. Drew’s journey started in Sumter shortly after Christmas, 1974.

But it was Summerton where father Dwight and mom Sherry raised a son who soon showed signs of the personality that would make him an unforgettable man. … Read the rest


LMA win over Cardinal Newman

Posted by | October 13, 2019 10:39 am

Photo credit: Isabella Renay Harris

LMA 20 Cardinal Newman 9

  • Passing Total:

Burgess Brogden #2 – 6 for 12 , 96 yards , 2 TD

  • Receiving:

Gabe Harris #1 – 5 received, 91 yards, 1 TD

Nolan Osteen #5 – 1 received, 5 yards

  • Rushing Totals: 37 car., 277 yards

Wyatt Rowland #22 – 9 car., 117 yards

Trey Sharpe # 19 – 9 car., 93 yards

Nolan Osteen # 5 – 11 car., 41 yards

Burgess Brogden # 2 – 7 car., 25 yards

Mickey Jordan #3 – 1 car., 1 yard




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JULIA FRANCES DAVIS SHORTER

Posted by | October 11, 2019 5:05 pm

MANNING – Julia Frances Davis Shorter, 87, widow of Raymond Eugene Shorter, died Friday, October 11, 2019, at her home.

Born January 15, 1932, in Bishopville, she was a daughter of the late Claude James Davis and the late Emily Irene Kennington Davis. She was a member of the Eastern Star, American Legion Ladies Auxiliary and Manning First Baptist Church and the Homemaker’s Sunday School Class. She is survived by two sons, Michael E. Shorter (Lydia) and Tony R. Shorter, both of Manning; a daughter, Peggy Shorter McConnell of Manning; five grandchildren, Jason Shorter (Lauren) of Wadmalaw Island, Read the rest



Medivac Helicopter visits Clarendon Hall Kindergarten

Posted by | October 11, 2019 12:34 pm

Clarendon Hall Students were visited on Thursday, October 10 by the Medivac Helicopter Aircare and its team.

CLARENDON HALL FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

SUMMERTON, SC – Clarendon Hall’s Kindergarten Class is doing a thematic unit on Community Helpers. This week, they learned about pilots. The class discussed how pilots help fly passengers and cargo from one place to another in a shorter period of time. The class has read an informational book and watched two videos about pilots. 

On Thursday, October 10 2019, Kindergarten Teacher Nancy Wilson was able to enlist a medivac helicopter team to visit Clarendon Hall. After performing a flyover and landing on campus, they took time for Q&A session with the students. Flight Nurse Read the rest




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