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Today's News

  • Community Playhouse performs Disney’s ‘101 Dalmatians Kids’

    This Friday is opening night for the Community Playhouse of Lancaster County’s production of the Disney musical “101 Dalmatians Kids.”
    The first performance of the six-show run is 7:30 p.m. at the Barr Street Auditorium, 610 E Meeting St., Lancaster.
    The childhood classic is about the rescue of Dalmatian puppies from Cruella de Vil and her henchmen, who want to use the puppies for a new fur coat.

  • All things watermelon

    Kevin Smith
    Landmark News Service

    Dozens of vendors and an expected crowd of 20,000 will cram the streets of Pageland this Friday and Saturday for the 65th-annual Pageland Watermelon Festival.
    The festival has built a following across the South, filling the small downtown with shoppers, eaters, runners, parade-watchers and concert-goers.

  • Weather interrupts Post 31 playoff

    INMAN – Mother Nature stepped into a 4-4 deadlock in the bottom of the 10th inning Monday night to postpone the opening game of the American Legion playoffs between Lancaster’s Post 31 and Inman’s Post 45.
    Lancaster built a lead, but Inman rallied and pushed through two runs in the ninth inning to tie the game.
    Post 31 hosted the second game of the best-of-five, second-round American Legion playoffs last night, but results were not available before press time.

  • Mangum, Knight put on Late Model show at LSS

    Timbo Mangum pulled away from Benji Knight to grab the checkers in SECA Crate Late Model action at Lancaster Super Speedway on July 9.
    The win was Mangum’s second of the night, as he also won the Vintage Division feature.  
    When the green flag dropped, Mangum, Knight, Manley Chaney and Travis Steele were all battling for the lead. Mangum was able to lead the four down the backstretch, with Knight in his tire tracks.

  • 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.