Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars


Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars
  1. First Day of School, Mi’Kayla, De’Aja Moody

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.17 / 22:51 manninglive.com
    Mi’Kayla Moody attended her first day of second grade at Summerton Early Childhood Center on Thursday, while De’Aja Moody attended her first day of sixth grade at St. Paul Elementary…
  2. First Day of School: Hannah Hickman

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.17 / 22:51 manninglive.com
    Hannah Hickman, daughter of Pam and Jason Hickman, started her freshman year at East Clarendon High School, where she plays softball and…
  3. USC Sumter impact tops $40M annually, new study shows

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.17 / 22:51 manninglive.com
    The annual statewide economic impact of the University of South Carolina system now totals $5.5 billion, with USC Sumter contributing more than $40 million to that total. According to a new study by the Darla Moore School of Business, the University of South Carolina system supports one in 35 jobs statewide and generates nearly $220 million in tax revenue for state coffers each year, The study is an update of an economic analysis conducted in 2011 and demonstrates that more than ever,…
  4. Elizabeth Ann Wilkes Taylor

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.17 / 22:51 manninglive.com
    Elizabeth Ann Wilkes Taylor, 98, widow of Reese Joye Taylor, died Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017, at Covenant Place in Sumter. Born Feb. 14, 1919, in Georgetown, she was a daughter of the late Clyde Alexander Wilkes and Pearl Sanders Wilkes. She was a graduate of Draughan’s Business School in Columbia and worked as a bookkeeper for Alderman Lumber Company and Taylor Building Supply. She was a devoted wife, mother and a strong Christian lady. She had a very deep love for Manning First Baptist C…
  5. Will targeting Waze users ease Dodger Stadium traffic congestion?

    Hometown-pasadena.com - San Gabriel Valley, Pasadena
    08.17 / 22:43 hometown-pasadena.com
    Dodger Home Opener gridlock The residents of Echo Park and Solano Canyon who live near Dodger Stadium have long complained about game-day traffic. The city has a standing “traffic plan” to handle the congestion in an effort to shield residents and keep traffic moving. But, with Waze and other traffic apps sending fans into narrow…
  6. Feature your job postings, fairs with The Greenville News

    Greenvilleonline.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.greenvilleonline.com
    Looking for a few good applicants? Send us your job postings and fairs and get them featured in the weekly "Who's Hiring"…
  7. Clemson will face potent Auburn quarterback

    Greenvilleonline.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.greenvilleonline.com
    Transfer Jarrett Stidham takes reins at…
  8. Firefighter's widow sues Greenville County Sheriff's Office over high-speed chase

    Greenvilleonline.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.greenvilleonline.com
    The widow of a North Greenville firefighter who was killed following a wrong-way chase is suing the Greenville County Sheriff's…
  9. DDSN abuse allegations, critical incidents and deaths increase in past year, records show

    Greenvilleonline.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.greenvilleonline.com
    The DDSN commission, in its budget request, included funding for behavioral health and psychiatric treatment to help address…
  10. Officer who shot Zachary Hammond responds to lawsuit from passenger Tori Morton

    Greenvilleonline.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.greenvilleonline.com
    Officer who shot Zachary Hammond responds to lawsuit from passenger Tori…
  11. Blacksburg football wraps up fall camp, junior varsity to play Dixie

    Gaffneyledger.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.gaffneyledger.com
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  12. US college teams near Barcelona van attack

    Gaffneyledger.com - Local
    08.17 / 22:32 www.gaffneyledger.com
    By ANNE M. PETERSON, AP Sports Writer Men's basketball teams from Oregon State, Clemson and Arizona were staying at a hotel in Barcelona, Spain, near where a van drove into pedestrians on Thursday, but team officials said everyone was safe.read…
  13. Emily Hahn and Warehouse are parting ways

    Charlestoncitypaper.com-SC
    After four years as Warehouse's executive chef, Top Chef: Charleston star Emily Hahn is moving on. Hahn says the amicable split is a decision she's made to spread her culinary wings. "Four years is a long freaking run for a little bar that hired me by accident after Eva left," says Hahn who took the job after original chef Eva Keilty left. …
  14. Dork Side of the Moon finds the funny in Monday's solar eclipse

    Charlestoncitypaper.com-SC
    If the world hasn’t ended after Monday’s apoc-eclipse, or if it has and you’d like to laugh instead of cry, head to the Charleston Music Hall for a science comedy show. Eclipse Comedy Night: Celebrating the Dork Side of the Moon is hosted by Charleston comedian and podcast creator Vince Fabra and features two comedians from Washington, D.C. — Robert Mac, winner of Comedy Central’s National Award, and Kasha Patel, a part-time stand-up comic and full-time…
  15. Right now, the cheapest CHS-NYC flight the day after the eclipse is 35 hours long and costs $765

    Charlestoncitypaper.com-SC
    You've heard about it for at least days, if not weeks or months. But if you're flying out of Charleston on Tuesday, August 22 and you haven't booked your flight, you're pretty much screwed. For example, according to Google Flights, the cheapest flight out of CHS to any New York airport is a $765, 35-hour JetBlue flight to JFK with a 32-hour layover in Boston. …
  16. Eclipse watchers gotta eat, so restaurants expect a windfall — and long lines

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 22:30 www.thestate.com
    If you’re going out this weekend to enjoy solar eclipse events, you might want to bring along lunch. Restauranteurs are predicting packed houses and long waits with the influx of … Click to Continue »…
  17. Beaman, hospital giant Palmetto Health chief, testified before State Grand Jury

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.17 / 22:30 www.thestate.com
    Charles “Chuck” Beaman, the CEO of Columbia area hospital giant Palmetto Health, was one of the people appearing before the State Grand Jury this week in its public corruption probe, … Click to Continue »…
  18. Eclipse watchers may not feel instant eclipse blindness if eyes damaged

    Foxcarolina.com-SC
    08.17 / 22:30 www.foxcarolina.com
    The total solar eclipse is Monday, August 21 and doctors want eclipse watchers to be…
  19. LOOKING BACK: Solar eclipses of the Upstate & how they compared to what will happen Monday

    Foxcarolina.com-SC
    08.17 / 22:30 www.foxcarolina.com
    Some of you might be getting annoyed with all the hype around the solar eclipse set to happen on Monday. So, why are we focusing so much on this solar…
  20. Response to The Veggies Can Wait

    Thecolumbiastar.com-SC
    08.17 / 22:30 www.thecolumbiastar.com
    Editor’s note: The following letter is in response to the column 40- Something The Veggies Can Wait that appeared in the August 4, 2017 edition of The Columbia Star. Nice try, but doing the classic carnist thing of denial is not going to get you or your children anywhere.read m…