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Travis Tritt fans can relax now … All is well at the Weldon Auditorium and the Travis Tritt concert planned for Feb. 5 will go on as planned.


I’m not a morning person. I like to ease my way into the morning. I generally wake up before the sun has risen, drink coffee, flip through the news channels so I can get a feel for what the news of the day really is, drink coffee, check my fantasy sports, drink coffee, surf some news sites, drink coffee, deal with the emails left over from yesterday and drink coffee.


The horrific events in Paris last week have shaken me to my core. Not just as an American praying for an end to this war on terrorism, but as a journalist.


UPDATE: Jan. 18, 2014 - Clarendon County Council Chair Dwight Stewart said that he conferred with City of Manning Public Works Director Rubin Hardy regarding the plumbing issues at Weldon Auditorium. Both officials are in Savannah at the Chamber of Commerce Annual Retreat.


Clarendon County Administrator David Epperson announced today that Robert N. “Bobby” Boykin Jr. will serve as interim director of the Clarendon County Economic Development Board.


Newberry Hospital, Clarendon Health System Challenge Each Other  to “Take It Off” in 2015 Battle of the Bulge 


Schools in Clarendon District 2 are ready to begin assigning student devices as a part of their one-to-one technology learning initiative through the Carolina Consortium of Enterprise Learning.


“Here’s a Quarter, Call Someone Who Cares.”






These are just a few of the chart-topping, award-winning titles made famous by Travis Tritt during his spectacular 25+ year career.