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 #  Source ID   Title, Author 
27201 S25051 ‘Heroine of Bataan’ feted in Sumter during World War II
 
27202 S14177 ‘I don’t know that we could ever be as united as we were in World War II’
 
27203 S15157 ‘I don’t see what all the fuss is about’
 
27204 S24516 ‘I enjoyed every day I practiced medicine’
 
27205 S13024 ‘I miss my son so deeply’
 
27206 S19928 ‘Indian’ schools are topic at Genealogical Society’s meeting
 
27207 S27350 ‘It’s not church’
 
27208 S11653 ‘It’s time to move on’ - Dalzell peanut farmers mark end of era
 
27209 S10876 ‘I’m still alive’ Man recalls bus wreck that killed 3
 
27210 S9072 ‘JayBo’ walkin’ - A yearlong jouney for lifelong health - New York native hoofs it to get into shape, see the country
 
27211 S27097 ‘Joe’ Warren Coker - 1930-2019 Clarendon lost a true gentleman
 
27212 S16239 ‘John’s Law’ will require listing of railroad crossings
 
27213 S8539 ‘Just doing good work’ Mills Electic Co. has long, rich history
 
27214 S18798 ‘King of hobbies’ Coin show reflects benefits of collecting
 
27215 S9315 ‘Ladies of Letters’ subject at Sumter Historical Society
 
27216 S28669 ‘Like a pillar’ Original Covenant Place resident Mary Cunningham turning 107
 
27217 S14302 ‘Love Like Crazy’ on sale now
 
27218 S11091 ‘Mayor Bubba’ unveiled
 
27219 S23929 ‘Mega Site’ almost shovel-ready
 
27220 S17372 ‘Miracle man’ escapes fire - Amputee called a hero after blaze at home
 
27221 S26882 ‘My policeman’
 
27222 S10730 ‘No Finer Company’ - Program at Kensington Mansion will highlight historic textiles
 
27223 S9627 ‘O, Captain, My Captain’ - Girl wears MIA bracelet faithfully for years; her “Captain” never came home, but a serendipitous encounter with his son leads to closure for both of them
 
27224 S15715 ‘Once a Scout, always a Scout’
 
27225 S18167 ‘Papa Duzzi,’ ‘Little Duzzi’ return from Afghanistan
 
27226 S26879 ‘Pastor Clay’ reflects on 25 years of ministry
 
27227 S15675 ‘Peaceful Village’ oldest in Clarendon County?
 
27228 S23618 ‘Prince of Tides’ author Pat Conroy, 70, dies
 
27229 S16778 ‘Project Soccer’ not a done deal
 
27230 S12696 ‘Racers and Chasers’
 
27231 S9378 ‘Rebel Speedway’ - Sumter native releases illustrated history of dirt track
 
27232 S14354 ‘Red’ Baker dies - Baker had a hand in many endeavors
 
27233 S14862 ‘Retired’ in name only
 
27234 S11066 ‘Snakebait’ Thomas continues conquest of Appalachian Trail
 
27235 S15164 ‘Terror of the Pee Dee?’
 
27236 S18874 ‘The Light’ - 1st Baptist presents 20th - Singing Christmas Tree
 
27237 S24165 ‘The right thing to do’
 
27238 S9215 ‘The stuff of legend’ - Sumterite turns 100, honored by fellow veterans, Kiwanis members
 
27239 S22056 ‘There has to be justice’ Parents still looking for answers in son’s 2012 murder
 
27240 S16838 ‘There’s always a need for a nurse’
 
27241 S20792 ‘There’s no higher calling’ - Longtime elementary school principal to retire
 
27242 S18523 ‘This and Then This’
 
27243 S26907 ‘Tired of being fat,’ Sumter IT worker loses 100 pounds
 
27244 S12469 ‘Uplifting and dynamic’ - Sheriff’s gospel choir shares its talents with community
 
27245 S20145 ‘Veteran was almost a bad word’
 
27246 S24684 ‘We knew we were his family, too’
 
27247 S13975 ‘What SEACO sells, sells SEACO’
 
27248 S27037 ‘You can’t replace him’
 
27249 S18873 ‘You never think about it being your kid’ - Toddler diagnosed with cancer, community responds
 
27250 S8883 “A little boy’s dream” Model T Ford returns home after 24 years
 

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