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Today's News

  • Duke alerts customers about new phone scam

    Duke Energy is warning the public about a new, aggressive scam targeting the company's S.C. customers, using sophisticated telephone technology to make the crime harder to detect.
    Duke says customers are receiving an unsolicited phone call from an individual who falsely claims to be a Duke Energy representative. The scammer warns that Duke will disconnect the customer’s electric service if the customer fails to make a payment very quickly.

  • LSS slates Pure Stock V8 debut, M&M Garage Extreme 4 showdown

    Lancaster Super Speedway will be providing plenty of racing action to the fans and drivers Saturday night.
    Debuting this Saturday is the Pure Stock V8 Division, and fans and drivers have wanted this division at LSS for a while now.
    The Pure Stock V8 Division provides some of the best racing at area tracks on Friday and Saturday nights.
    Drivers such as Wally Cook, Jerry Knight, Eric Cochran and many more are expected to be here to give the LSS half-mile dirt track a test Saturday night.

  • Former USC lineman boost team

    It was all on the line Monday night at the Lancaster Moose Lodge.
    The Lancaster County Gamecock Club held its annual kickoff cookout and the guys known for the bulk and beef held the line.
    Former Gamecocks linemen Langston Moore, Travelle Wharton and Fran Person each took a little time to address the gathering of Gamecocks.
    Moore, the sideline reporter for the Gamecock Radio Network, handled most of the mic time.

  • Randy was on target with AJ stats, coverage

    Veteran Andrew Jackson High School football fans can easily recall if the Volunteers had a landmark gridiron effort, they could quickly flip to the back of the AJ football program to see if the mark had been shattered.
    If not, they could see how close the AJ athlete came, or possibly how much he topped an old Vols’ milestone.
    I’ve often referenced the information, a reliable tool for any sports reporter following up on a major play in a big game.

  • Teams focus on contact

    Lancaster County high school football coaches will have a better idea about their respective teams as the squads near their first scrimmage sessions this weekend.
    Buford, under third-year head coach Tripp Watts, will get the jump on its country gridiron brethren with a scrimmage at McBee today.
    The Jackets, coming off a 6-5 season, will battle the host MHS Panthers and Hannah-Pamplico in a three-way session today at the Panthers’ field where play begins at 6 p.m.

  • Column: Rudy is right and Phil is fooling himself!

    Hello, Lancaster residents. I’ve been laid up for a while with some health issues, but I’m back.
    I want to start with Rudy Schmidt’s Wednesday column, headlined “The real root of racial violence.” Rudy is wasting his time. Liberals will never get it. Every stat he mentioned is a fact. Just Google Justice Department stats on crime, and there it is.
    But to a liberal, facts mean nothing. My father, a lifelong Democrat, told me, “If you ever want to confuse a liberal, use logic and facts.” They don’t want the truth.

  • Column: Picking apart how we talk about race in America

    Words are powerful things, but in and of themselves they have no real power. A word is just a sound that is interpreted into thoughts and ideas, good and bad.
    Today we are faced with a great deal of civil unrest due to racial tension, and we seek the right words to quell the unrest. Words only work when we have people willing to hear the message.
    Can anyone define what words like “white power,” “brown power,” “white privilege” and “black lives matter” truly mean?

  • An eye-opening summer for newest kindergartners

    Nearly 100 kindergarten students have been prepped for this coming school year thanks to Lancaster County First Steps’ Countdown to Kindergarten (CTK) program.
    CTK celebrated the students’ completion of the program Thursday at Lancaster Bowling Center, and Executive Director Lora Bryson said the program has had a great outcome this year.
    Rising kindergartners, parents, teachers and First Steps staff bowled the afternoon away and enjoyed cupcakes.

  • Kershaw man’s drug sentence commuted

    A Lancaster County man who has served 12 years on a crack-cocaine conviction is among 214 federal inmates whose sentences were commuted by President Obama this week.
    Tyrell Anthony, 33, of Kershaw has been serving 20 years for possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of crack cocaine and failure to appear in court. His incarceration, at the medium-security Bennettsville Federal Correctional Institution in Marlboro County, will now end Dec. 1.  
    Most of the affected inmates are low-level drug offenders, said White House legal counsel Neil Eggleston.

  • Buford landmark gone

    For decades, it was a rite of passage for teens in Buford – a courageous, after-dark covert ascent of the fabled water tank beside the elementary school.
    But the 7,500-gallon edifice, built in 1965, has seen its last climber.
    Workers from R.E. McLean Tank Co. should finish cutting apart and dismantling the tank today, said Stephen White, Lancaster County Water and Sewer District manager.