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  • Melvin Shipes, 93, passed away on Monday evening, May 16, at National Health Care in West Columbia. He was married to Mildred W. Shipes for 66 years.  Born in Jasper County, he was the son of the late Alver and Addie Crosby Shipes.  He retired from the Hampton Coca-Cola Bottling Works after 44 years. 


Last week, two Wade Hampton High School athletes signed their names to acceptance letters and committed to their respective colleges to participate in athletics at the college level.

Anthony Wells, 18, accepted a scholarship with Newberry College to compete in cross-country competitions for the school. Wells also was nominated to All-State this year. He has been an All-State Athlete for the past three years at WHHS.


Jalen Maxwell Manor, an honor graduate of Estill High School Class of 2012, graduated April 29, 2016 from the University of South Carolina Beaufort (USCB).  He is the son of Ms. Evonne Manor and the grandson of Elizabeth R. Manor of Estill, SC.  Jalen received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Cum Laude honors.  While at USCB, he was recognized as the first African American male to successfully complete the nursing program.  He has accepted a position at Beaufort Memorial Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).