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The New Zion Fourth of July parade is an annual patriotic extravaganza with hundreds of American flags decorating the participants and guests, the vehicles in the parade and the parade route itself.



Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in My word, then are ye My disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. ~ John 8:31-32


The Turbeville Traditional Dixie Angels softball team is Number 1 in South Carolina by defeating Latta in the championship game this morning in Dillon, 11-1.


Most people look forward to opening a variety of gifts on their birthday.


Not Margaret Walker of Manning.


On July 5, Walker turned 60; but instead of your typical birthday party with cake and ice cream and loads of presents, Walker hosted an American Red Cross Blood Drive the following day, July 6, at her church, Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church in Manning.


The doldrums of summer have truly hit. The fireworks have (hopefully) all been shot off and the celebrations over. By the way, if you did not see fireworks somewhere in Clarendon County this year, you must have been in a cave. From New Zion to Goat Island, our skies were lit up with the sights and sounds of freedom.


A correction has been made to the Manning City Council District 5 voter rolls after a candidate in the election noticed discrepancies and brought it to the attention of the Executive Director of the Clarendon County Voter Registration Shirley Oliver.


Manning voters are slowly going to the polls in the race for the Manning City Council District 5 seat.


Four candidates are vying for the seat held by the late Gregory Witherspoon who died on March 20 after a lengthy illness.


More than 500 people attended Manning’s first annual Red, White & Blue Celebration on July 5 in the municipal parking lot next to the Big Red Barn.


The absentee box played a key role in Tuesday’s Manning Municipal Election.