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Today's News

  • We all must learn to work together

    First of all, I’d like to thank God for his many blessings that he has bestowed upon me. I am also thankful to him for the opportunity to meet with some of the leaders, pastors, evangelists and ministers of the Lancaster County community.

    The recent violence and crime in the community has me concerned, not only as a citizen, but as a father who cares for all children, not just my own.

  • Writer intends to pass on act of kindness

    I would like to thank the lady in front of me at Chick-Fil-A about 8 on Thursday morning. You paid for my breakfast, but you did much more than that. You reminded me that there are caring, generous people in Lancaster. What you did was a blessing and it carried through my whole day – because of your generosity. I am going to return the gift by doing the same gesture for someone else.

    Patricia Threatt

    Lancaster

  • Council should have given Det. Parsons a second chance

    Are you perfect? If you think you are perfect, try walking on water. I’m not perfect. I’ve made lots of mistakes and still have a lot to learn. The only way I can go from day to day is with God by my side to help guide me along the way. I don’t know anyone who hasn’t said or done something they are sorry for. I’m glad God gives us second chances to right our wrongs.

  • LALC grateful for support

    I want to express my gratitude to the community of Lancaster for showing such wonderful support to the Lancaster Area Literacy Cooperative (LALC) during the Red Rose Festival. LALC hosted several events in conjunction with the festival and the success of each was due to the help of the community.

    The results far exceeded my expectations. Thank you to all of the runners and walkers, who came out to participate in the 5K Race for Literacy.

  • Writer: Does Small think Republicans are heathens?

    I read the recent letter written by Gil Small, chairman of the Lancaster County Democratic Party. It sounded like he was having a party all his own. Mr. Small thinks that all Republicans are not good neighbors or friends, like the Democrats are. He also states that the Democrats go to church and send their children to Lancaster county public schools. I guess us Republicans are all heathens and uneducated.

  • Writer questions value of Continental Tire donations

    Maybe I’m looking at things from a different perspective, but is Continental Tire really donating $35,000 to the Lancaster County School District? Did Continental Tire really donate $65,000 worth of tires to Lancaster County’s law enforcement? Or is Continental Tire using Lancaster County politicians for some sort of free publicity and free advertising?

    The company was allotted more than $500,000 in state and Lancaster County incentives (corporate welfare), including tax credits for job creation for moving its headquarters to Lancaster County.

  • Gold mine news not all good

    I think we should step back and take a deep breath before getting all excited about the Haile Gold Mine.

    The process of mining is invasive, extractive and destructive, and the mine is not going to yield much for the community when compared to the benefits others will obtain.  

  • Census worker: I have job to do

    Hello, it’s me. I’m your local census enumerator. Yes, I left that little note that I had been by, trying to reach you. My job is simply to make sure that you and your household have been counted in the 2010 Census.

  • Couple grateful for care from local EMS

    About 5:35 a.m. on May 14 my husband started having chest pains and I had to call 911 and request an ambulance to come to our home.

    We live on S.C. 5 just off of U.S. 521. There was a first responder at my door within a few minutes. Within 10 minutes EMS from Indian Land was at my home as well. These people were so professional and showed so much care to my husband and me.

    My husband was transported to Rock Hill by them and I felt confident that he was being well taken care of on the way.

  • Cooperative promotes health, literacy at 5K race

    Some 126 runners and walkers gathered in front of the Carole Ray Dowling Center on May 8 to compete in the Lancaster Area Literacy Cooperative (LALC) 5K Race for Literacy. The race was part of the Red Rose Festival.

    Many participants were from the Lancaster area, but others came from surrounding South Carolina counties and from North Carolina to take part in the event.