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Today's News

  • Give Local Lancaster blasts past goal

    Fate handed Give Local Lancaster another day of donating and the community rallied, giving 36 local nonprofits more than $60,000.   
    The online total of $60,865 is expected to rise by about $30,000, once prize incentives and matching funds from sponsoring businesses are added, according to the J. Marion Sims Foundation, which led the local effort.
    “One of the marks of a healthy community is the level of engagement of its citizens. I’d say we get high marks there indeed,” said Susan DeVenny, president of the foundation.

  • Hinson – Beckham Engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. David Allan Hinson announce the engagement of their daughter, Shana Elizabeth Hinson, all of Kershaw, to John Tyler Beckham of Heath Springs.

    The wedding is planned for 6:30 p.m. June 24, 2016, at the Wickliffe House in Charleston.

  • Robertson – Wisnewski

    Marty and Susan Robertson announce the engagement of their daughter, Brooks Robertson, to Evan Wisnewski, all of Columbia. 

    The wedding is planned for 6:30 p.m. May 7, 2016, at the Corley Mills House in Lexington.

    Miss Robertson is the granddaughter of Nancy and William Mackey of Heath Springs and the late Grady and Betty Robertson. She is a 2013 graduate of Irmo High School and attends the University of South Carolina Honors College.

  • Burnham – Stalnaker Engagement

    Gregg and Annette Gause announce the engagement of their daughter, Christina Jordan Burnham, all of Lancaster, to Daniel Marsh Stalnaker of Myrtle Beach.

    The wedding is planned for 5 p.m. May 7, 2016, at Litchfield Plantation in Pawleys Island.

  • Roberts Engagement

    Dean and Pamela Roberts announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin Roberts, to Cody Roberts, all of Kershaw.

    The wedding is planned for 4 p.m. June 11, 2016, at Sand Hill Baptist Church, Kershaw.

    Miss Roberts is the granddaughter of Paul and the late Betty Connell and Alice and the late Elmer Roberts, all of Kershaw.

  • LHS captures two region track titles

    Lancaster High School posted two Region III-AAA track titles at the region meet at Broome High School on April 27-28.
    Zariah Watts, a LHS freshman, ran a 1:00.48 to win the 400 meters.
    The boys 4 x 400 meters relay won the region title with a 3:30.49. The team included junior Nigel McCullom, sophomores Fred Thompson and Dontavius Blair along with freshman Kendrick Thompson. The team alternates are Richard Sowell and Desmond Stowers.

  • Extreme 4 Double Duels Showdown reset

    Racing action at Lancaster Super Speedway was rained out Saturday night.
    Lancaster Super Speedway owner Doug McManus has reset the race to this Saturday night, when the M&M Garage Extreme 4 Double Duels Showdown highlights action.
    The M&M Garage Extreme 4 Division is one of the best divisions at Lancaster in racing and car count. The division averages 18-20 cars every Saturday night.

  • USCL falls to Florence-Darlington Tech

    The University of South Carolina Lancaster Lancers fell to Florence Darlington Tech to close their regular-season schedule, dropping a 17-11 loss to the Stingers at the Lancaster High School baseball field on Saturday afternoon.
    Jonathan Sabo led a 12-hit attack with two hits, including a two-run home run and drove in three runs for the Lancers.
    Ryan Mason rapped two hits, including a solo home run, and drove home three runs.
    Lukas Ray supplied two hits in USCL’s six-run loss to the Stingers.
    Walt Ballentine had a hit and drove in two runs.

  • Lady Bruins, Jackets unbeaten in softball playoffs

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins, 18-5 on the season, remained unbeaten in the Class AAA Upper State District II softball playoffs with a 7-4 road win over Blue Ridge at the Tigers’ field on Monday.
    Lancaster built a 4-3 lead through the top of the seventh when LHS ignited for three key runs for the win.
    Jada Ames singled home a run and Summer Clinton drilled a two-run double to give LHS a 7-3 edge.

  • Bruins, Warriors win to stay alive

    The Lancaster Bruins stayed alive in the Class AAA District I baseball playoffs, taking a 5-2 road win over Emerald of Greenwood on Monday.
    The Bruins, 11-9, ignited for four runs in the first inning and stayed in control for the three-run win over the host Vikings.
    Raul Garcia-Mora went the distance, tossing a four-hitter and fanning four. He allowed two runs and a walk.