Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars


Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars
  1. For the love of the stage

    Clemson.edu - Education & Family
    08.17 / 15:14 clemson.edu
    From the dorm room to the classroom, you meet countless people at university. For one Tiger, an early encounter with a performing arts professor transformed his educational experience and inspired him to follow his passion, creating new opportunities for him on campus and in the community. Now, as an alumnus, he gets ready to face…
  2. Alum Jay Watson’s enterprise revives, lights up Austin tradition

    Clemson.edu - Education & Family
    08.17 / 15:14 clemson.edu
    Like most successful entrepreneurs, Jay Watson is very good at identifying a problem and finding a solution. The 1985 business management graduate from Clemson University did just that in 2012 and in the process endeared himself to residents of central Texas who longed for the return of a holiday tradition, and kick-started a successful business…
  3. Have you seen him? Police say he’s wanted on assault, burglary charges

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    Horry County police are searching for a man in connection with burglary and assault charges, and say he may be “hiding” in the Loris area, according to a Facebook post … Click to Continue »…
  4. 3 arrested after taking deputies car chase

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 15:10 www.thestate.com
    A Lugoff man is facing multiple charges after being accused of stealing a car and taking deputies on a high-speed chase when they attempted to pull him over. Michael Lee … Click to Continue…
  5. USC president Pastides testified in secret to State Grand Jury in public corruption probe

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 15:10 www.thestate.com
    University of South Carolina Harris Pastides was one of the people who testified this week to the State Grand Jury in a secret session. “He was called as a fact … Click to Continue »…
  6. Clemson releases statement on Tucker Hipps Transparency Act, report on fraternity/sorority misconduct

    Foxcarolina.com-SC
    08.17 / 15:10 www.foxcarolina.com
    Clemson University released a statement Wednesday in support of the Tucker Hipps Transparency Act, which requires colleges and universities in South Carolina to post information on their websites about fraternity and sorority student organizations’ misconduct. The university also provided a link to its report about the misconduct cases involving its student…
  7. Chemists Say You Should Add A Little Water To Your Whiskey. Here's Why

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.17 / 14:37 etvradio.org
    It's a common refrain from whiskey enthusiasts: Add a few drops of water to a glass to open up the flavors of the drink. For example, hard-liquor expert Alice Lascelles said in a demonstration for the Sunday Times that "if you're tasting with a master blender, they will always add some water at some stage." But the science behind this claim has been murky. A couple of chemists in Sweden set out to figure out why adding a little water would improve the drink's taste. They say the taste…
  8. Four things ordinary people can do to counter hate after Charlottesville

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.17 / 14:37 etvradio.org
    On Saturday,  a white nationalist rally erupted into deadly violence  as a car plowed into a crowd. On Tuesday,  President Donald Trump blamed “both sides” for the violence , in effect equating neo-Nazis and white supremacists with counter-protesters speaking out against racism. “We have a president who was unable to find moral clarity in the days after Charlottesville, and that is both saddening and angering,” says Eric Liu, founder and CEO of Citizen University and author of "You're More …
  9. First Day of School: Lexi and Bubba Hodge, Addi Pease

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.17 / 14:26 manninglive.com
    Deborah Metzger sent this picture of her grandchildren, who attended their first day of school today at Manning Early Childhood Center. From left, Carmen Alexis “Lexi” Hodge is in first grade; Justin Michael “Bubba” Hodge is in K5 and Addison Leigh “Addi”…
  10. New development could bring a downtown feel to North Kings Highway

    Wmbfnews.com-SC
    08.17 / 14:08 www.wmbfnews.com
    A new shopping center could soon bring a Charleston-like atmosphere to the corner of 44th Avenue North and North Kings Highway. Plans for the Magnolia Row shopping center have been in the works for four years now and Brenda Bethune, the developer, said the architecture and feel of this development is designed to emulate the feel of downtown…
  11. Florence County Sheriff's deputies seek assault suspect

    Scnow.com-SC
    08.17 / 14:08 www.scnow.com
    FLORENCE, S.C. -- The Florence County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance to locate a suspected wanted for assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature and two counts of malicious injury to personal…
  12. Darlington Raceway’s Bojangles’ Southern 500 race weekend going green again

    Scnow.com-SC
    08.17 / 14:08 www.scnow.com
    DARLINGTON, S.C. – When the green flag drops at Darlington Raceway on Labor Day weekend, drivers could earn their “green stripe” on turn 4 at the track Too Tough to Tame…
  13. Phoenix Mayor Asks Trump To Delay Visit, Hoping For 'More Sound Judgment'

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.17 / 13:39 etvradio.org
    Shortly after President Trump posted a link for tickets to a rally in Phoenix, the city's mayor issued a statement asking the president not to come, saying, "our nation is still healing from the tragic events in Charlottesville." Mayor Greg Stanton continued , "If President Trump is coming to Phoenix to announce a pardon for former Sheriff Joe Arpaio, then it will be clear that his true intent is to enflame emotions and further divide our nation." Stanton, a Democrat, is in his second term…
  14. New Florence School wows children and parents

    Wmbfnews.com-SC
    08.17 / 13:10 www.wmbfnews.com
    Innovation, technology and a new building are all three things students in Florence experienced on their first day of school. Delmae Heights Elementary School is set to make its mark on education and certainly many of your children. “The new building is phenomenal,” Delmae Heights Elementary School Principal Roy Ann Jolley…
  15. Motorcycle crashes into, overturns SUV in fatal northeast Richland collision

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 13:10 www.thestate.com
    A motorcycle driver was killed after crashing into an SUV in northeast Richland County late Wednesday. The crash happened 9:20 p.m. on Clemson Road at Worthingon Parkway and involved a … Click to Continue…
  16. Your South Carolina 2017 solar eclipse guide

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 13:10 www.thestate.com
    What is a solar eclipse? A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth. The moon appears to completely cover the disk of the sun. … Click to Continue…
  17. Firefighters warn leaving water bottles in cars can possibly spark fires

    Foxcarolina.com-SC
    08.17 / 13:10 www.foxcarolina.com
    Firefighters in Oklahoma are warning that leaving bottles of water in your car could be…
  18. Myrtle Beach girl, 11, collects 800 backpacks for students in need

    Wbtw.com - Myrtle Beach
    08.17 / 12:47 wbtw.com
    A Myrtle Beach student has been collecting backpacks and school supplies for kids in need since she was…
  19. Driver Faces 5 Charges — And Potential Death Penalty — Over Immigrants' Deaths

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.17 / 12:37 etvradio.org
    A federal grand jury has indicted James Matthew Bradley, Jr., on five counts related to the discovery of dozens of immigrants who were crammed into a semi's trailer in a Walmart parking lot during hot weather in San Antonio last month. Ten immigrants died ; Bradley is charged with crimes ranging from conspiracy to transport and harbor undocumented aliens for financial gain resulting in death to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. If convicted, the charges could result in life…
  20. Joint Chiefs Denounce Racism After Trump's Comments

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.17 / 12:37 etvradio.org
    Members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, high-ranking military officials who advise the president, appeared to distance themselves from President Trump by publicly condemning racism in the aftermath of Trump's comments about the attack in Charlottesville. Five of the country's top uniformed leaders — of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and National Guard — have all sent tweets critical of "racism," "hatred" and "extremism," after a man who reportedly expressed admiration for Nazism all…