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Today's News

  • Opening soon! We’re nearly certain, says Fancy Pokket

    The owner of Canadian bakery Fancy Pokket said Friday that the company’s long-delayed Lancaster County manufacturing operation should be up and running in January.
    Mike Timani made the announcement during a conference call from Canada to the company’s gleaming new plant in Lancaster’s Air and Rail Industrial Park on S.C. 9 West.
    The January estimate is the latest of many start-up projections for a company plagued by delays almost from the start. As of late last year, it was to have begun producing gluten-free baked goods this past March.

  • Fish camp’s Bobby Edwards dies at 88

    Talk about an endorsement.
    At one time, if you were talking to an out-of-towner and mentioned Lancaster, you would often get back: “Lancaster? That’s where the fish camp is.”

  • ‘I’ve had a great life, and I’m still having it’

    The Lancaster Rotary Club gathered this week to honor S.R. “Buddy” Hungerford III, who has given 70 years of his life to the service organization – and counting.
    Nearly 50 Rotarians filled the Carole Dowling Center at USC Lancaster on Thursday to celebrate his dedication.
    One of the state’s top Rotary leaders, District Gov. Ed Irick, drove down from Greenville to present Hungerford with a wooden plaque engraved with words of gratitude and merit.

  • Trojans hold off Jackets

     

    BEAUFORT – Buford’s last-ditch drive to deliver a stirring comeback win fell short at Whale Branch on Friday night.

    The Jackets, who held an early 21-3 lead, came up short in a tough 30-27 loss to the host WBHS Trojans in the opening round of the Class AA playoffs in Beaufort.

    BHS, down three, mounted a game-ending drive which ended at the Trojans’ 24 as senior quarterback Ryan Moore’s pass to the end zone fell incomplete on the game’s final play.

  • Vikings rush by Warriors, 48-23

     

    GREENWOOD – Coaches have often said that the way to win games is to run

    the ball and stop the run. It was mission accomplished for the Emerald

    Vikings on Friday night as they held Indian Land to -12 yards net rushing,

    had 49-484 rushing themselves, and between their two best backs,

    Keshawn Settles and Treshawn Chamberlain, averaged 12.4 yards a carry, and had six touchdowns.

  • Loughry makes most of his return

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School senior quarterback David Loughry has defied the odds this season.

    Loughry, a three-year starter for the Warriors, wasn’t a lock to be back under center for 2017.

    Loughry suffered a tough injury last season, breaking his femur, the thigh bone which is the longest and strongest bone in the body.

    Loughry broke the bone in the Warriors’ fifth game last season at Chesterfield, and his return to be back with the Warriors was 12 months. 

  • Baker gambles on Lancaster Motor Speedway

    One of the most all-time winning drivers in Lancaster Motor Speedway history has made another career move on the red-clay high banks.

    Brandy “The Gambler” Baker has purchased the half-mile dirt track from Doug McManus, who has owned the track since 2003.

    Baker has won features in nearly every single division at LMS.

    For more than 50 years, Lancaster Motor Speedway has been a cornerstone for entertainment in the Lancaster community.

  • Picks winding down, race close at the top

    The Pigskin Picks remain tight as the season winds into its final weeks.

    Mandy Catoe is on top, holding a slight one-game edge on Lori Sistare “Bright.”

    “Bright” and Eric “The Red” Rowell each posted a 16-4 week last week in the Picks.

    “Yeah, I’m getting pretty good at this,” Eric Rowell said. “I said on Thursday the Astros would win the World Series.”

    Brother Ern “Big E” Rowell got a laugh.

    “OK, really?” pondered Ern.

  • Sawyer paces Warriors in AAA state qualifier

    Indian Land High School sophomore runner Hannah Sawyer won the girls meet at the Class AAA Lower State cross country meet Oct. 28, placing first with a time of 19:49.

    Sawyer and the Indian Land High School cross country teams will be running in the state championship meet this weekend. The teams competed in the AAA Lower State meet at Darlington Middle School. The meet was a qualifier for the state championship, with the top 10 teams advancing to the state meet.  

  • Tri-County coaches honor three county prep players

    FORT MILL – A trio of Lancaster County high school football standouts was honored during the weekly meeting of the Tri-County Football Coaches Association meeting at the Towne Tavern in Fort Mill on Tuesday.

    The county trio included Andrew Jackson’s Hunter Brown along with Indian Land’s Jake Locklear and Brandon Dickerson.

    Brown, in the Volunteers’ season-ending 45-42 triple overtime loss to rival Buford, earned the Class A-AA-AAA Defensive Player of the Week with 13 tackles, 10 solo hits and three tackles for loss.