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Today's News

  • Neal - Taylor Engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Neal announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Beth Neal, to Reece Taylor, all of Kershaw.
    The wedding is planned for 4 p.m. Oct. 22, 2016, at Salem United Methodist Church in Heath Springs.

  • Workman - Stevens Engagement

    Mr. and Mrs. Tony Workman of Lancaster announce the engagement of their daughter, Chery Workman, to Corey Stevens of Aynor.
    The wedding is planned for Oct. 8, 2016, in Pendleton, S.C.
    Miss Workman is the granddaughter of Myrtis McManus and the late E.J. McManus Jr. of Lancaster and the late Azilee and Richard Workman of Lancaster. She is a 2011 graduate of Lancaster High School, and a 2015 graduate of Anderson University with a bachelor’s degree in Christian ministry. She is the Family Life Minister at Hyde Park Baptist Church.

  • Plyler - Poulos Engagement

    Ronald and Cheryl Plyler announce the engagement of their daughter, Drewid Dyneane Plyler, all of Lancaster, to Spiro Gus Poulos of Chester.
    The wedding is planned for April 22, 2017, at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Charlotte.
    Miss Plyler is the granddaughter of the late Pinkney Andrew Plyler and the late Earlene Caskey Plyler and the late Nathan Rayvon Hall and the late Bette Lewis Wright Hall.

  • Bowen - Hance Wedding

    Cris Bowen and Furman Hance were married June 25, 2016, at Faith Assembly of God in Rock Hill by Pastor Brian Keith.
    The bride is originally of Colonial Beach, Va., and the groom is of Lancaster.
    Following the ceremony, the bride and groom hosted a seated reception in the Faith Café.
    After a short honeymoon, Cris and Furman will reside in Rock Hill.

  • 2 AJHS students disciplined after incident at camp

    Two Andrew Jackson High School students were disciplined after they acknowledged making a noose out of shoelaces and placing it in a tree at band camp Aug. 5, according to school officials.
    The school was not aware of the incident until Monday, when a band member and her parents came in to complain, said Bryan Vaughn, safety director for Lancaster County School District.

  • Hunter education courses set

    Carolina Sandhills National Wildlife Refuge will offer two hunter education course sessions.
    The course is offered Aug. 27 (class 1) and Sept. 24 (Class 2) at the refuge office (23734 Hwy 1, three miles north of McBee.
    The course begins at 8 a.m. and lasts until 5 p.m.
    Pre-register on-line http://www.dnr.sc.gov/education/hunted.html (search by zip code 29101)
    Bring lunch, or money for lunch offsite. Attendees must know their social security number.
    Children, ages 12 and under, must be accompanied by a parent-guardian.

  • Panthers see positives in exhibition loss to Ravens

    BALTIMORE – For starters, the Carolina Panthers looked awfully good.
    The rest of the way, it was a mixed bag befitting of a preseason opener.
    After the Panthers’ starters made a strong opening statement, the Baltimore Ravens rallied against the reserves to claim a 22-19 victory over the Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium.

  • Jackets, Vols fall in Camden Jamboree

    CAMDEN – Buford and Andrew Jackson each dropped losses in the 41st annual Camden Shrine Jamboree at Camden’s Zemp Stadium on Friday night.
    Buford, opening play, fell 14-6 to Class AAAA A.C. Flora High School of Columbia.
    The Flora Falcons struck first on a seven-play, 48-yard drive capped by Rodney McNeil’s nine-yard scoring run.
    Thomas McCutchen drilled the extra point to give Flora a 7-0 lead with 7:16 to play in the opening period.

  • Bruins thump Trojans, 28-0

    CHESTER – The Lancaster Bruins, on a hot night, came out smoking as LHS scored on its first three possessions in a 28-0 win over Olympic High of Charlotte on Friday in the Chester County Jamboree.
    The Bruins wasted little time in establishing themselves, going 80 yards in eight plays, with senior quarterback Jamias Shropshire dashing eight yards for the first of his two scoring runs on the night.

  • Eight file for school board, city council

    Eight candidates, including two challengers, filed for Lancaster County school board and Lancaster City Council before filing closed Friday at noon.
    Three seats are open on both the school board and city council, with one contested race in each.
    School board
    Lorenzo Small will challenge incumbent Tyrom Faulkner for the District 2 seat.
    Small, who is running for the first time, said he looks forward to having an opportunity to provide new insight to the school board.