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Today's News

  • Council commits to USCL resolution

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster received a little help from the county this week to fund a new classroom building on its campus.

    County Council voted unanimously Tuesday on a resolution to help provide funding for a general education classroom building at USCL. The resolution states council’s intent to support the project by providing for 1 mill of property tax beginning in the 2012-13 fiscal year.

    The vote comes a week after USCL Dean Dr. John Catalano enlisted council’s help in funding the new building.

  • Sept. 24 deadline to apply for fund from Farm Bill programs

    Sept. 24 is the deadline to apply for financial assistance from the Natural Resources Conservation Service for two of its Farm Bill programs.

    NRCS provides financial and technical assistance to help South Carolina landowners address natural resource concerns, promote environmental quality and protect wildlife habitat on property they own or control. The cost-share funds are available through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) and the Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP), both administered by NRCS.  

  • USCL, district look to fill void left by Peter Barry’s death

    In the wake of Dr. Peter Barry’s death last week, officials with the University of South Carolina at Lancaster and the Lancaster County School District have been working to determine how they’ll fill his respective roles.

    Barry, a history professor who had been tied to USCL for nearly 40 years, was teaching three classes this semester, with another set to begin in October.

    Dean Dr. John Catalano said a fellow history professor is picking up one, while the other three classes are being covered by adjunct, or part-time, professors.

  • Munn foursome wins Hyde Park Baptist tourney

    The team of Joey Munn, Don Moore, Marvin Faulkenberry and David Vincent earned $600 after capturing first place in the third annual Hyde Park Baptist sports ministry  golf tournament Saturday at the Kershaw Golf Club.

    Proceeds are used to sponsor missions opportunities for all ages at the Hyde Park Baptist.

  • Change Good for Moore

    Lancaster High School senior defensive end Ervin Moore knows all about transition.

    In his Bruins’ football career, the six-foot, 220-pounder has had his share.

    The first came two years ago when his family moved to Lancaster from Hartsville.

    “I was stuck on the Hartsville Red Foxes because that’s where I started and they have a football tradition,” Moore said.

    He recalls playing against Lancaster in his freshman season when the Red Foxes downed the Bruins, 30-19.

  • P-31 honors baseball aces at banquet

    Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior baseball player Trevor Hammond led the honorees at the annual P-31 baseball banquet at Post 31 on Monday night.

    Hammond, a pitcher-third baseman, was presented the Mr. Post 31 Award to highlight the awards.

    Hammond, a freshman at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster where he plays on the Lancers’ baseball team, is a Lancaster High School graduate. He produced a solid baseball career with the Bruins.

  • LHS ends volleyball skid with win

    A split was a delight for the Lancaster High Lady Bruins’ volleyball team on Tuesday.

    LHS, breaking a winless skid which dates back five seasons, topped Chester, 2-1 in a three-way match with Ridge View.

    LHS downed Chester, 19-25, 25-22 and 15-13. The Lady Bruins, down 13-8 in the third set, rallied to win 15-13 to win the match.

    “Chester was a team full of athletic girls who played well. We were able to defeat them 2-1 with our first win in years.

  • Lay back on Labor Day

    The sun is sinking in the sky a little earlier each evening.

    We’re losing a couple of minutes of daylight each day as autumn draws closer.

    The hot, hazy days of summer are winding down, too, with daily temperatures decreasing.

    It’s a sure sign that Labor Day, college football and fall are on the way.

    Labor Day weekend marks the official end of summer.

    The focus of Labor Day should always be on relaxing.

    That was Congress’ full intention in June 1894 when it enacted the federal holiday.

  • Lady Bruins netters, golfers capture openers

    The LHS girls tennis team won a closely fought 4-3 match against old region foe Blythewood High School at the University of South Carolina at Lancaster tennis courts on Monday night to open the 2010 season.

    All of the matches were close in points, with the Lady Bruins prevailing at the end with a dramatic win by the second doubles team of Morgan Gardner and McKenzie Blanton.

    The match went into a third-set tie-breaker and the Lady Bruins prevailed by a score of 10-8.

  • Former resident stabbed to death

    WILMINGTON, N.C. – A former Lancaster resident was found dead on the floor of a Wilmington apartment early Wednesday, according to the Wilmington Police Department.

    Reginald B. “Reggie” Bunton, 42, was stabbed to death early Wednesday, police said. His most recent address was a shelter in Wilmington, said Lucy Crockett, public affairs officer for the Wilmington Police Department.

    Haneef Adib Rahamann Jr., 57, has been charged with first-degree murder and armed robbery.