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Today's News

  • Public gets chance to meet 3 superintendent finalists

    The Lancaster County school board has scheduled separate community visits for the three superintendent finalists, where the public will have a chance to meet and hear from the candidates.
    Bobby Parker, board of trustees chairman, said the board wouldn’t want to hire a superintendent before the community had a chance to conduct its own in-person assessment.
    “We picked these people because we thought they were the best choice,” Parker said. “We want our community to feel the same way, and I think they will.”

  • Construction starts at LHS, Buford

    Construction for new multipurpose buildings at Lancaster and Buford high schools begins this week and will cause a slight change in parking at LHS.
    Lancaster High’s multipurpose building will be east of the school, between LearnTV and gymnasium area.
    Students are asked to park in the upper student parking lot, said LHS Interim Principal Rosalyn Mood, noting the building will be built atop the lower parking lot.

  • Woman hurt in 30-foot fall at Devil’s Cave

    A 21-year-old woman was seriously injured last weekend in a 30-foot fall near Devil’s Cave at Forty Acre Rock, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office report.
    The victim, Chantal Stemen of Indian Trail, N.C., was in fair condition Tuesday at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, according to a spokesman at CMC main.
    According to the sheriff’s report, Stemen had “multiple lacerations, bruises and most likely multiple fractures.”

  • Prison uprising injures 3 guards at Kershaw unit

    Three guards were injured, one seriously, when prisoners seized control of a dormitory for several hours Sunday at the state prison in Kershaw.
    Dexter Lee of the S.C. Department of Corrections said the incident began about 3 p.m. when guards tried to confiscate contraband during a routine search of the 126-inmate Oak Unit B Wing.
    “Once the contraband was identified, they had to go in and retrieve it,” Lee said. “Ideally, the inmates don’t resist. But they chose to resist, and the officers were assaulted by a group of inmates.”

  • LHS girls have solid run in Azalea field

    Lancaster High School’s Lady Bruins softball team went 3-2 in the 27th annual Azalea Invitational tournament at Summerville earlier this week.

    LHS opened play, rolling to three straight wins.

    The Lady Bruins topped Northwood Academy of Charleston, 5-3 and followed with a 3-2 win over the Summerville High Lady Wave.

  • Lady Vols seek consistent play

    Andrew Jackson High School veteran girls soccer coach Lee Hanna is looking for a level of consistency as the Lady Volunteers hit the home stretch of their 2017 season.

    Hanna, in his fifth season guiding the Lady Vols, has his share of experience this spring.

  • Druw Rollings returns to hoops to play for CIU Rams

    Former Buford High School boys basketball star Druw Rollings is returning to the hardwood.

    Rollings, a 6-5 post player who graduated at BHS in 2016, is going back to hoops to play at Columbia International University in Columbia.

  • Warriors split in Wheels tourney day 2 play

    ROCK HILL – Indian Land High School split a pair of games in the Wheels Baseball Invitational tournament at South Pointe High School in Rock Hill on Thursday.

    The 12-8 Warriors, who opened play Wednesday with a 5-1 win over Class AAAAA foe Clover High School, defeated Christiansburg High School (Va.), 8-2 and dropped a 3-1 loss to the tournament host SPHS Stallions on Thursday.

  • 11th Running for Ryan Saturday

    The 11th annual Running for Ryan Lancaster County track meet, a highlight of the county track season, is Saturday at the Lancaster High School track.

    The Running for Ryan meet also serves as an event to promote a greater awareness of KLS – Klein Levin Syndrome.

    The meet is held in memory of Ryan McKinney, a former Lancaster High School track athlete who died in 2006 of cardiac arrhythmia.

  • Sports Talk: These 3 guys enjoyed life

    Holy week has been a challenge with the death of three longtime friends.

    The trio includes David McIsaac, Phillip “Corky” Holliday and Robert Gardner.

    Can’t quite recall when I saw each of them last, but they were good guys in their own way.

    Like us all, they had their share of flaws, but at the end of the day, it was fun to be around each man.