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Today's News

  • Pitt sweeps USCL at home Friday

     Staff Reports

    Friday, April 18 was not a good day for the University of South Carolina Lancaster  baseball team.

    The Lancers dropped both ends of a NJCAA Region X twin bill to visiting Pitt Community College at the Lancaster High School baseball field.

    The Lancers, coming off three losses in four game with Region X foe Florence-Darlington Tech last weekend, were hoping for better results in their return home.

    The two losses dropped the Lancers to 30-17 overall, 14-9 in Region X play.

  • AJ’s solid links season

     Jordan Ribelin

    For The Lancaster News

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High golfers drove to their 14th straight victory of the season Thursday evening, April 10 as Andrew Jackson defeated Great Falls and Cheraw.

    The Vols shot a 167, while Cheraw carded a 187 and Great Falls had a 214.

    Andrew Jackson’s Logan Sowell and Great Falls’ Josh Payseur were co-medalists with a score of even par 36.

  • Wells a winner at Buford High

    Tripp Watts, the interim Buford High School head football coach, has some big shoes to fill.

    Watts, from now to the end of the 2014 BHS football season, will learn a great deal, but he knows now following coach Mike Wells is no easy task.

    Watts, tabbed as the Jackets’ interim head coach after Wells announced April 10 he was yielding his coaching duties to become the school’s full-time athletics director, is doing more than replacing a big guy.

  • Even from the cross Jesus shows compassion

    Jesus spoke seven different times while he hung on the cross at Calvary.

    As he was being nailed to the cross, Jesus prayed, “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” This showed that Jesus knew that his persecutors did not realize they were crucifying the Lord of glory.

  • Carnes explains road funding

    This column was supposed to be dedicated to talking about the county budget process, but with the weather we had in February causing additional road problems, I would like to dedicate this column and my next column to talking about roads.

    There have been several letters to the editor about the increased potholes and road issues following the winter storms we have experienced.

  • Singing Churchmen at First Baptist Tuesday

    Michele Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    The S.C. Baptist Singing Churchmen, a men’s chorus composed of music ministers from Baptist churches across South Carolina, will hold a free worship concert at First Baptist Church in Lancaster at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 22.

    The chorus of music ministers is a member-supported group that has been in existence for more than 25 years, first coming together to sing at the 1958 S.C. Baptist Convention.

  • ‘Swamp People’ star Landry to make guest appearance at GF Rescue Squad Rodeo

    Nancy Parsons

    Landmark News Services

    GREAT FALLS – Alligator hunter and American reality TV star Troy Landry of the History Channel’s hit show “Swamp People” will make a guest appearance at a meet and greet at the Great Falls Rescue Squad Rodeo this summer.

    A native of Louisiana, Landry grew up in the Atchafalaya Basin region of Pierre Parte.

    He is a third-generation member of his family to live in the area and one of a group of local people who hunt American alligators.

  • LHS alumni hoops games score big

     

    The first Lancaster High School alumni basketball game was a slam dunk.

    The event, held Saturday, April 12 in the Lancaster High School gym, included three games – a women’s game along with two men’s contests.

  • Wells a winner at Buford High

     

     

        Tripp Watts, the interim Buford High School head football coach, has some big shoes to fill.

  • AJ's solid links season

     

    KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson High golfers drove to their 14th straight victory of the season Thursday evening, April 10 as Andrew Jackson defeated Great Falls and Cheraw.

    The Vols shot a 167, while Cheraw carded a 187 and Great Falls had a 214.