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Today's News

  • Post 31 rallies over York

     

       

    Lancaster Post 31 moved its senior baseball record to 2-0 with a 6-5 League V comeback win over York Post 66 on Wednesday night in the P-31 home opener.

  • Lancaster Motor Speedway hosts seven divisions Saturday night

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will host seven divisions of dirt racing Saturday night at the half-mile oval.

    The NDRA GM Performance Late Models have a $1,000 to win purse.

  • McMurray pleased with LHS drills

     

       

  • CPTC opens with solid performance

     

       

    The Columbus Parker Track Club opened its 2012 youth track club seasonwith a strong showing at UNC Charlotte against the Charlotte Flights.

  • S.C. voters biggest losers in filing fiasco

    By now, you probably know about the glitch we experienced in our election process here in the Palmetto State. About 180 potential candidates across our state were not allowed on the June 12 ballot due to filing inappropriately.
    A little history here: Since 1992, there has been a requirement to file a hard (paper) copy of the Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) at the same time as filing the Intention of Candidacy and paying the filing fee.

  • May is Older Americans Month in South Carolina

    As your new lieutenant governor, I am our state’s chief advocate for one of the fastest- growing senior populations in the nation.
    South Carolina’s senior population has seen a 319 percent increase in the last 40 years, and the population 60 years and over is projected to increase by nearly 160 percent by the year 2030, with more than 1.3 million Baby Boomers set to retire in South Carolina.

  • Time to reflect

    There are 197 names on the war memorial at Lancaster’s Memorial Park and it’s important to recall what all of them did.

    Killed in action, these 197 paid the ultimate price to preserve America’s freedom, said Ernest Stroud, legislative chairman of the S.C. Disabled American Veterans and chaplain of American Legion Post 31.

  • Kershaw considers company’s offer of free skatepark equipment

    KERSHAW – For those who love skateboarding, the town of Kershaw could one day serve as your favorite in-county destination.

    Beverly Timmons of the Kershaw Community Park Council (KCPC) gave a presentation to Town Council at its May 21 meeting about bringing a skatepark to the town.

    Timmons said the company Skatewave has offered the KCPC about $98,000 worth of ramps and other equipment that would allow a skatepark to be built, possibly in Stevens Park.

  • Former career center teacher dies in motorcycle crash

    A Lancaster man died following a motorcycle accident Saturday, May 26, that may have been caused by a medical emergency.

    Meanwhile, the man’s family is dealing with his death by remembering his love of life.

    S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Billy Elder said Richard “Ricky” Wayne Baker, 57, of 2760 Pink Plyler Road, Lancaster, was driving his 2002 Harley Davidson south on Cedar Creek Road (S.C. 97) when he ran off the left side of the highway about 3.5 miles south of Green Road.

  • Hinson blazes to LMS Pure Street checkers

     

       

    Lancaster Motor Speedway action was hot with “Burn ’Em Down” Steve Hinson capturing the Pure Street Division win Saturday night.