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  • We remember 9/11

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    INDIAN LAND – Sorrow, thanks and memories of fear and disbelief occupied the hearts and minds of many as America paused over the past week to recognize the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
    Such remembrances and reflections could be seen right here at home.
    PCI Group, a direct mail firm in Indian Land, unveiled a 9/11 memorial Sunday during its company picnic. The company’s 94 employees and their families – as well as local, state and federal public officials – attended.

  • Woman a ‘miracle, lucky’

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Vickie C. Robinson knows what it’s like to die.
    After a lifetime of heart and other serious health issues, the 60-year-old Lancaster wife, mother and grandmother’s heart finally gave out on Halloween day 2009, as she lie in Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.
    Robinson died twice that day from heart attacks before doctors decided to sedate her and put her on life support as they waited for a new heart.

  • Intoxicated man wrecks motorcycle

    Jesef Williams
    jwilliams@thelancasternews.com
    A Lancaster man will have his day in court after reportedly taking someone else’s motorcycle and wrecking it moments later.
    The S.C. Highway Patrol has charged Reginald Keith Haggins, 50, 2043 Athena Road, with driving under the influence and driving under suspension.
    A woman said her boyfriend had been “working on” her blue 1995 Suzuki motorcycle at his Athena Road home, according a report from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.

  • IL school traffic causing gridlock

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    INDIAN LAND – If you live in Indian Land, there’s no escaping the effects of school traffic on local roads.
    While traffic at Indian Land Middle and High schools is busy, neither compares to the logjam that often occurs with afternoon pickup at the community’s largest school, Indian Land Elementary.
    But school and district officials are hoping a new change in the afternoon pickup traffic route will ease the situation.

  • Man charged for stabbing his father

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Lancaster man Friday after he tried to kill his father, according to reports.
    Billy Charles “Diddle” Poston, 26, of 1824 Lynwood Drive is charged with one count of attempted murder.

  • 178th answers call for help in Vermont

    Nita Brown
    For the Lancaster News
    S.C. Army National Guard troops from the 178th Engineer Battalion, mostly engineers and heavy equipment operators, are in Vermont to help with flood clean-up and debris removal in the wake of heavy rains from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee.

  • Edwina Morgan Rape, 79

    Edwina Morgan Rape, 79

  • Myra Adkins Ramsey, 75

    Myra Adkins Ramsey, 75

    FORT MILL – Myra Adkins Ramsey, 75 of Fort Mill, passed away Sept 6, 2011,  at her home.

  • 9/11 – Ten Years Later

    Cole Wadell is a Lancaster resident who was living in New York City during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

     

    Y2K is history,

    Sparing us the predicted 

    interruptions and chaos.

    Tuesday has surprised us,

    Making our darkest notions of the Apocalypse appear all too real.

     

  • How do you explain 9/11 tragedy to our children?

    Marquis Crawford and Kate Pettit mark a milestone of sorts in the history of 9/11.

    Though only 13 years old, the A.R. Rucker Middle School eighth-graders stand on the cusp of a national memory as they are among the youngest Americans with first-hand memories of Sept. 11, 2001. 

    The last of a generation, in many ways.

    Though enveloped in the innocence of youth, that they and others their age have any memories of the tragedy at all is amazing.