Joshua Shorter participated in the business studies program in Europe

Posted by | June 15, 2019 8:38 am

CONWAY, SC — The Business Studies in Europe faculty-led education abroad program at Coastal Carolina University teaches students how the basic principles of management are applied in different socioeconomic environments. Eighteen CCU students took the education abroad trip this past May for credit.

They learned about different cultures in Europe (French, German, Czech and Finnish) and how they adapt to the business environment in which they operate. Students also learned about Europe’s history, culture and economy and how businesses in Europe are adapting to the integration of the European economy and to the recent financial crisis and recovery in Europe.… Read the rest


Posted by | June 14, 2019 2:23 pm

June 14 & 15

Friday & Saturday morning the Biggest yard sale ever!!!

7:00 a.m. – until


  • Furniture
  • Bedroom sets
  • Toys
  • Baby clothes
  • Baby items
  • Girl clothes
  • Women clothes
  • Men clothes
  • Kitchen items
  • Kitchen appliances
  • Christmas pre lit white lights slim tree
  • Collectibles
  • Anchor hocking glassware
  • Stock pile items
  • Barbie’s new in boxes (probably a 100 of them)
  • American Girl Dolls Bedding Sets
  • Towels
  • Lots of New items

1456 Clearview Drive Manning SC

May Rogan of Clarendon Hall elected Commissioner of Agriculture of 73rd Palmetto Girls State session

Posted by | June 14, 2019 12:20 pm

Clinton, SC – The American Legion Auxiliary’s Palmetto Girls State program announced May Rogan as the elected Commissioner of Agriculture of its 73rd session on Thursday, June 13. Rogan is the daughter of Mr. Mark Thompson and Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, and she is a rising senior at Clarendon Hall. She was selected to attend the week-long leadership and citizenship program based on her leadership skills and involvement in her school and community. She currently serves as the corresponding secretary for State Student Government, is a member of the National Honor Society and his on Clarendon Hall’s yearbook staff.Rogan will … Read the rest

Manning High Alumni Named Head Baseball Coach

Posted by | June 14, 2019 11:52 am

Jeremy Joye, head baseball coach for the Salkehatchie Indians

The USC Salkehatchie Indians have a new head coach. Manning native Jeremy Joye has been selected to fill the position at the Allendale campus. Salkehatchie Director of Athletics Jane Brewer stated that the school is thrilled to have Joye as the new head baseball coach.

“His baseball experience coupled with his familiarity with Salkehatchie and our area, as well as his energy and enthusiasm, bode well for some exciting Indian Basbeall next year and in the years to come,” said Brewer. “He loves Salkehatchie and I think that will be evident in everything he does.”

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CCTC announces Titan SPARK event

Posted by | June 14, 2019 10:00 am

Central Carolina Public Relations Department has announced their annual Titan SPARK event. It will take place Friday, June 21, from 9 am to 2 pm. The event will be held at the CCTC Main Campus at Building M400, Room M401 at the Sumter campus.

The Titan SPARK event (Student Priority Advising & Registration Kickoff) is being held for future CCTC students to receive information on completing admissions, financial aid, receive advisement, and register for classes all in one visit. Participants will learn about student support services, career services, experience student life, and tour Main Campus. The college will also offer Read the rest

Jeffrey Lampkin’s Country Boy Kitchen

Posted by | June 14, 2019 9:20 am

On Thursday Manning native Jeffery Lampkin, held a private grand opening for his soul food restaurant in Sumter, SC.  Country Boy Kitchen is located 5642 Broad St, Sumter, SC. The restaurant will be open to the public on today from 7 AM – 6 PM.

ASCAS Announces TNR program for Clarendon County

Posted by | June 14, 2019 9:15 am


Clarendon County will soon have help in coping with and controlling its’ feral cat population. A Second Chance Animal Shelter, working in partnership with groups and individuals in the community, is announcing the official start of a county-wide Trap/Neuter/Release (TNR) program for feral cats.

“Feral” is a behavioral trait used to describe non-domesticated felines left to fend for themselves. Typically, colonies of ferals develop, and grow exponentially. In the wild, this is not so much an issue. But in residential communities and left unchecked, serious health and quality-of-life concerns soon arise.Read the rest

Clarendon County School Superintendant retires after 17 years of service

Posted by | June 14, 2019 7:50 am


Retiring is the right of passage for most working people. There are so many mixed emotions that can go along with it. People get up every morning for many years facing the day as a working-class citizen. When a person loves their job, it is way more than just a career; it is their passion. Passion and hard work is what led Superintendent John Tindal to Clarendon School District Two in 2002.

Tindal was honored at a retirement celebration at Manning Early Childhood Center this past Sunday. During the celebration, he was presented with a key Read the rest

Today’s Weather

Posted by | June 14, 2019 7:03 am

Humidity: 35%

Wind: NNE 9 mph

UV Index: 10 of 10

Sunrise: 6:09 am

Sunset: 8:32 pm

Plentiful sunshine. High near 80F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.

School District recognizes Teachers and Employees at ceremony

Posted by | June 14, 2019 6:44 am

The Clarendon County School District Two held its annual staff recognition program Thursday at Weldon Auditorium. Teachers and employees were recognized for various awards during the ceremony.

Each school in the district chose a Teacher of the Year for their individual schools. Manning Early Childhood Center chose Ericha Floyd as Teacher of the Year. Manning Primary School winner was Tammy Moye.

Manning Elementary School winner was Kimberly Harrelson, who was also selected as the District Teacher of the Year.

“I am truly honored and humbled to have been chosen from a group of esteemed colleagues as district teacher of the … Read the rest

SC man convicted of 2014 murder of his 5 children sentenced to death

Posted by | June 13, 2019 3:30 pm

News report by WIS News

After being found guilty, the jury has announced the sentence for Tim Jones, Jr.

Jones has been sentenced to death after being found guilty on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children. The state sought the death penalty. The jury consisted of 10 women and 8 men.

Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail,

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Posted by | June 13, 2019 3:20 pm

Clarendon School District Two Budget for 2019-2020

Clarendon School District Two will hold a public hearing on the 2019-2020 fiscal year operating budget at 5:30 p.m. on June 25, 2019. There will be a designated time on the agenda for anyone who wishes to speak concerning this item. The meeting will be held at the school district office at 15 Major Drive in Manning.

The proposed millage required to support the budget for 2019-2020 is 140.17 mills.

LMA students elected to be Mayor at Boys State

Posted by | June 13, 2019 2:31 pm

Bryson Woodard, a rising senior at Laurence Manning Academy, was elected  Mayor Pro Tem for the city of Coosahatchie. He also won the election for County Councilmen At-Large for Moultrie County.   Bryson is representing  American Legion Post 68 in Manning.

W Barrineau, also a rising senior at Laurence Manning Academy, was elected mayor of the city of Catawba.  W is representing Black River American Legion Post 149 in New Zion.

Local students named to Dean’s List at Clemson University

Posted by | June 13, 2019 2:30 pm

CLEMSON, SC- Local students have been named to the Dean’s List at Clemson University for the spring 2019 semester.

They are:

Victoria-Lynn Byrd of Turbeville, whose major is Biological Sciences

Holly Morgan Carlisle of Pinewood, whose major is Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

Sara E. Culclasure of Manning, whose major is English

Emily B. Durant of Gable, whose major is Language and International Health

Maia Lauren Grams of Manning, whose major is Food Science and Human Nutrition

Huiyi Huang of Summerton, whose major is Nursing

Faith S. Pringle of Pinewood, whose major is Health Science

Lesley Ann Strickland of Manning, … Read the rest


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