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Today's News

  • 10U Dixie Angels bow out of state tourney

    HARTSVILLE – The Lancaster 10U Dixie Softball Angels team won its opening game at Byerly Park before losing twice to be eliminated from the state tournament.
    After opening state play Saturday with a 7-1 win over host Hartsville, the Angels stars fell to Latta, 10-0, on Sunday. Dillon knocked the local girls from tourney play Monday with a solid, 6-0 win.
    Lancaster Angels coach Spring McManus said strong pitching was the difference.

  • All Stars fight for championship

    YORK – The Lancaster Dixie Baseball 14U Dixie Boys All Stars outscored and outpitched the Kershaw County American League All Star team, as well as host York, to take two lopsided weekend wins in the 2016 S.C. District 10 Dixie Boys tournament.
    In Saturday’s opening game, Lancaster topped the Kershaw stars 15-2.
    Sunday night’s game, the local Dixie Baseball team pounded York 28-0.
    The Lancaster stars were scheduled to face York again Tuesday night in the District 10 championship; however, those results were not available before press time.

  • Column: Our apathy makes us vulnerable to tyranny

    Revolutions must be popular because they have happened so often. In the Third World, revolutions are almost a national sport.
    Those revolutions are actually tyranny taking over another tyranny. Every revolution in history has always claimed to be carried out in the name of the people, but the people never get to run things.

  • Column: Out of many, we are one

    E Pluribus Unum or out of many, one.
    This 13-letter phrase became an official part of the Seal of the United States by an act of Congress in 1782. It was the de facto motto of the United States until Congress officially made In God We Trust the national motto in 1956.

  • Car flips, slams into embankment

    A Lancaster man survived a dramatic accident on Shiloh Unity Road about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday. Details of the wreck were not immediately available, but crews on the scene said the 74-year-old driver appeared to have run off the right side of the road, overcorrected and flipped his Nissan Maxima at least once before hitting an embankment. The driver suffered no life-threatening injuries. No charges were filed as of press time.
     

  • Diverse group holds ‘walk & talk’ downtown

    With the nation focused on lethal force used by and against police, a diverse group of residents from around the Lancaster area joined together for a “walk and talk” event Sunday evening, strolling downtown streets for an hour getting to know each other better.
    The event, which organizer Teddy Norrell thought would draw only a handful of people, ended up with a turnout of over two dozen.

  • Buford teen is lightning in a saddle

    Out in the middle of Buford community, in a dusty oval arena called Horseplay Farms, the Tyre family offers lessons on horseback riding and bigger lessons about life, including responsibility, connection and commitment.
    The story of how an official-sized barrel-racing arena was built just off Cimmeron Road began a dozen years ago, when Savannah Tyre was 4 years old and begged her parents, Andy and Mandy, to take her to visit the neighbor’s horse. That led to them buying her a horse a year later.

  • Finally, IL starts work on trash site

    Nearly three years after Indian Land lost its old convenience center, work on its new one is finally showing real progress, with county officials hoping for a September or October opening.
    Meanwhile, Lancaster County is still offering stickers that allow Indian Land residents to use Mecklenburg County’s Foxhole Recycling Center.
    Lancaster County closed on the 4.6-acre property on Northfield Drive in the Perimeter 521 Commerce Park off U.S. 521 in April 2015, but work clearing the land didn’t begin until late May.

  • Editor's Column: Weaver wilts in Ansley Park spotlight

    Imagine that this newspaper is being accosted by organized complainers demanding that our publisher take action on their long-standing concerns.

    The publisher calls a big public meeting to hear their gripes and get her editor’s recommendation on how to proceed.

  • It’s Kids Day at Mr. Parr’s movie house

    Our tribute to Bill Evans

    From editor Brian Melton:

    When Bill Evans died this week, we still had a handful of his columns that we hadn’t gotten around to running. With his family’s permission, we will publish them over the next few weeks.