Tuesday’s headlines: Woodliff-Stanley ordained SC’s first female Episcopalian bishop

Reverend Ruth Morse Woodliff-Stanley was ordained and consecrated bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina on Saturday. She became the group’s first female bishop. In this position, she will lead 31 churches in the eastern half of the state, representing more than 7,500 members. Following: PA News, Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina, WCIV

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The head of the SC electoral agency resigns earlier than expected. South Carolina Election Commission Executive Director Marci Andino had planned to step down Dec. 31, but left Friday to take over as head of the Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center. , which is part of the nonprofit Center for Internet Security, according to the election agency. Director of Constituency Services Howard Knabb is taking over in an interim role until a permanent replacement is found. Following: PA News

The ex-CEO of SCANA faces two years in prison. According to a document filed ahead of Kevin Marsh’s sentencing hearing, the former SCANA CEO faces two years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to federal conspiracy fraud charges involving a cover-up of financial problems at VC Summer Nuclear. plant. He will be formally sentenced on Thursday. Following: The state

The Cameron native is receiving accolades for his horror short. Independent film by Mary Beth Lawton Another paranormal side won the Silver Award for Short Horror at the Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival 2021 and the Best Horror Picture Award at Beyond the Curve International Film Festival in Paris. Johnson filmed Another paranormal side outside of Charleston and it took Johnson four years to complete. Following: The Orangeburg Times & Democrat

Originally from Pee Dee, the American composer Carlisle Floyd dies at 95. Carlisle Floyd, a Latta native known for his operas set in the South and often considered “the father of American opera,” died September 30. He was 95 years old. He is best known for his 1955 opera “Susannah”. Following: Post and courier

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