Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars


Gallery 6: Clarendon County Dancing with the Stars
  1. Clemson art students will put talent on display at ‘Eclipse Over Clemson’

    Clemson.edu - Education & Family
    08.19 / 18:18 clemson.edu
    ACLEMSON, South Carolina – Half a dozen graduate students from Clemson University’s department of art will be at “Eclipse Over Clemson” on Monday to demonstrate painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics during the total solar eclipse. The artists will be happy to interact with passersby and media. The eclipse will begin here at 1:07 p.m. and [……
  2. Conway pastor releases statement after gun found in bag at airport

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    A longtime Conway pastor released a statement through his attorney Saturday afternoon after he was arrested Thursday when TSA agents discovered a gun in his bag at Myrtle Beach International … Click to Continue…
  3. One person was killed in overnight, single-car crash in U.S. 17

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    The driver of a pickup truck was thrown from the vehicle after flipping over a guard rail on U.S. 17 during the early hours of Saturday morning. The deadly, single-vehicle … Click to Continue…
  4. Conway Pastor issues statement after Thursday's arrest by TSA

    Wmbfnews.com-SC
    08.19 / 18:14 www.wmbfnews.com
    Conway Pastor Phillip Miles was arrested Thursday by TSA for carrying an unloaded pistol into Myrtle Beach International Airport. According to J. Reuben Long Detention Center’s website, Miles was charged with carrying weapons into restricted places and was released on $500.00…
  5. Pawleys Island house fire closes Myrtle Avenue

    Wmbfnews.com-SC
    08.19 / 18:14 www.wmbfnews.com
     A house fire has temporarily shut down Myrtle Avenue in Pawley’s Island. Pawley’s Island Police confirm a house fire at 350 Myrtle Avenue, and say the road will be closed for a while. There is a house fire at 350 Myrtle Ave. Street will be closed for a while between the…
  6. Bobbie Jo Carter Reaves

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.19 / 17:31 manninglive.com
    ALCOLU – Bobbie Jo Carter Reaves, 78, wife of Lee Edmondson Reaves Sr., died Friday, Aug. 18, 2017, at McLeod Hospice House in Florence. Born June 17, 1939, in Pamplico, she was a daughter of the late Jeremiah Hill Carter and the late Tyra Parvenu Lee Carter. She was a retired law partner with Land, Parker and Reaves Law Firm and a retired Clarendon County Drug Court Justice. She was a Rotarian, a Civitan and a member of the Clarendon County Disabilities and Special Needs Board, the C…
  7. CCTC announces Summer Part-Time President’s List

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.19 / 17:31 manninglive.com
    Central Carolina Technical College President Dr. Michael Mikota announced Thursday the college's summer 2017 Part-Time President's List, while recognizes students who were enrolled between six and 11 semester credit hours and achieved a 4.0 GPA for the term. CLARENDON COUNTY Cory M. Barrineau, Robert O. Blakely, Grace E. Briggs, Sherri R. Bush, Veronica S. Canty, Zachary L. Davis, Kiren L. Dingle, Robert A. Duke, Renee I. Elidieu, Thomas L. Epley, Ashley L. Estus, Rebeca Fleitas,…
  8. Surfside Beach council votes on town admin position in special meeting

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    Surfside Beach's town council will not remove its administrator, after four members voted down the idea in a surprise meeting Saturday morning. Council members Julie Samples, Mark Johnson, David Pellegrino … Click to Continue…
  9. Duke University removes Confederate statue from campus chapel

    Wbtw.com - Myrtle Beach
    08.19 / 16:50 wbtw.com
    Two days after the defacing of a General Robert E. Lee statue, Duke University has removed the monument of the Confederate general from the…
  10. Clemson men’s basketball team speaks out about Barcelona attack

    Wbtw.com - Myrtle Beach
    08.19 / 16:50 wbtw.com
    A small crowd of friends and family clapped, and exhaled with a sigh of relief as the Clemson basketball team arrived back on campus Friday…
  11. Boston's 'Free-Speech' Rally Organizers Deny Links To White Nationalists

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.19 / 16:39 etvradio.org
    Counter-protesters gathered on the Boston Commons Saturday, preparing to meet a scheduled "Free Speech" rally by conservative activists who say they have no connection to last week's violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., that drew white nationalists and sparked violent clashes and a deadly vehicle attack. A speaker who addressed the counter-demonstrators condemned what many see as President Trump's tepid response to events last week in Charlottesville that led to the death of…
  12. Eclipse viewers scramble for glasses like it’s ‘the day before Christmas’

    Thestate.com-SC
    08.19 / 16:11 www.thestate.com
    Just two days before the eclipse passes over Columbia, eager viewers are still looking for glasses that will allow them to safely watch the big event. Many in the crowd … Click to Continue…
  13. Spanish Authorities Continue Hunt For Suspects In Barcelona Attacks

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.19 / 15:37 etvradio.org
    Spanish authorities say they have dismantled a mostly Moroccan-born terror cell believed responsible for vehicle attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils that killed 14 people and hurt more than 100 others. But a manhunt continues for the alleged driver of a van used in the main attack on pedestrians on Thursday. Two other suspects are believed still at large. "The cell has been completely dismantled in Barcelona," Spain's Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said at a news conference on…
  14. Duke University Removes Robert E. Lee Statue From Chapel Entrance

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.19 / 15:37 etvradio.org
    A statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was removed from the entrance to Duke Chapel early Saturday by order of the university president who said in a letter that the move was a safety measure but also meant to express the "abiding values" of the school. The decision to remove the statue from the Durham, N.C., campus, comes after it was defaced on Wednesday and follows violent clashes last week in Charlottesville, Va., between right-wing extremists and counter-protesters over plans to…
  15. Clarendon Hall welcomes new staffers

    Manninglive.com - Clarendon County
    08.19 / 15:27 manninglive.com
    Clarendon Hall welcomed five new staff members for the 2017-18 school year, including Karen Schwendinger, Melissa Moorer, Kelsey Steele, Anthony Reitenour and Alison…
  16. Men hit same mall store minutes apart, making off with about $300 worth of merchandise

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    Men stole a total of about $300 worth of sports jerseys from the same Coastal Grand Mall store in separate incidents that were minutes apart Friday afternoon, according to a … Click to Continue…
  17. R&B band The Spinners to headline Florence’s Pecan Festival

    Scnow.com-SC
    08.19 / 15:10 www.scnow.com
    FLORENCE, S.C. – Pecans, food, Rhythm and Blues! Motown icons The Spinners are coming to F…
  18. From Greece, A Message In A Bottle Reaches Isolated Gaza

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.19 / 14:37 etvradio.org
    A message in a bottle washed ashore this week in Gaza. "Hello! Thank you for picking up this bottle!" began the letter in neat black handwriting. "We are currently on holiday in Rhodes and would love to know how far this bottle got – even if it's just the next beach!" The bottle floated much farther than the next beach. It traveled nearly 500 miles across the Mediterranean Sea, from the Greek island of Rhodes, past Turkey and Cyprus to the Palestinian seaside enclave of Gaza — and into the …
  19. Man arrested after hiding about $40 worth of steak in his pants, report says

    Thesunnews.com - Local
    A 46-year-old man was arrested in connection with shoplifting after police said he hid three packages of steaks in his pants at a Myrtle Beach store Friday, according to a … Click to Continue…
  20. Republicans Plead With Trump To Get On, And Stay On, Message To Pass A Tax Overhaul

    Etvradio.org - South Carolina (SC)
    08.19 / 13:38 etvradio.org
    Before any hard battle, it's common to seek a little spiritual guidance. In preparation for the coming fight this fall to overhaul the entire federal tax code, a group of House Republicans on the Ways and Means Committee traveled this week to Rancho del Cielo — the ranch of former President Ronald Reagan outside Santa Barbara. The ranch is the site where Reagan signed one of his major tax cuts into law, and the GOP is working this month to capture some of that Reagan-era magic to deliver a …