Local News

Clarendon Memorial Home Health, a division of Clarendon Health System, recently received high marks in two national quality reviews, both taking place unannounced and during a two-week period.

 

Clarendon Health System is pleased to announce that orthopedic surgeon, Lawrence (Larry) L. Conley, D.O., has joined the Clarendon Health System family of physicians. He will provide general orthopedics, with emphasis on joint replacement, hand and sports injuries.

 

It’s hard to believe that June is over. This year is zooming by!

 

Unfortunately, for animals living in a shelter, time moves much too slowly.

 

News of graduations and honors for college students from Clarendon County continue to come in.

 

Here are just a few that we have been notified about.

 

We are blessed to live in an area with such a vibrant faith-based community. There are always lots of things going on. Here are just a few.

 

The Lord Clarendon Cotillion will present five debutantes at its annual ball, Saturday, December 19 at the Sunset Country Club in Sumter.

 

The Lord Clarendon Cotillion will present five debutantes at its annual ball, Saturday, December 19 at the Sunset Country Club in Sumter.

 

We are now in the ninth or tenth day of 100 degree-plus temperatures. With the high humidity, weather apps will tell you it feels like it’s in the 110 degree range. That is HOT!

 

Clarendon District 3 has been announced as a finalist in this year’s America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Clarendon District 3 is among the top schools in South Carolina in the running for grants of $10,000 and $25,000.