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Today's News

  • Paper’s online version will be subscription based

    If you had a chance to gaze into The Lancaster News building, I think you’d be surprised at what it takes to produce your newspaper.

    It’s been said that it’s nothing short of a miracle to see a newspaper come together. It’s sort of like making sausage sometimes; the process is not always pretty.

  • LHS launches title defense

    The Lancaster High Lady Bruins launched defense of their two-time Chester Preseason Soccer Tournament championship with a 4-2 win over county rival Indian Land on Friday night at Memorial Stadium.

    The LHS girls built a 2-1 halftime lead on the way to the win which opened play in the three-day event.

  • Veterans vital in AJ baseball hopes

      

       

     

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  • Lancers sweep Coker jayvees

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster baseball team raised its record to 7-4 with a sweep of the Coker College junior varsity on Thursday afternoon at the Lancaster High School baseball field.

    The Lancers posted a 7-4 win over the Junior Cobras in the opener and completed the sweep with a 9-3 win over visiting CC.

  • USCL tennis team downs Pfeiffer

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster men’s tennis team defeated the Pfeiffer University junior varsity team, 8-1 on Thursday afternoon at the J.P. Richards Tennis Complex.

  • USCL tennis team downs Pfeiffer

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster men’s tennis team defeated the Pfeiffer University junior varsity team, 8-1 on Thursday afternoon at the J.P. Richards Tennis Complex.

  • USCL lifeguard course, swim classes set

    A lifeguard training course will be held at the Gregory Health and Wellness Center at USCL Prerequisites must be completed by March 24.

    Prerequisites schedule is March 7-10 from 3:30 to 5 p.m., or 7-8 p.m., or March 21-24, 7-8 p.m.

  • Keenan's run ruins Warriors' hopes

    As dusk fell outside the Bi-Lo Center in Greenville late Saturday afternoon, inside the massive arena Indian Land Warriors’ bright basketball season flickered to a tough close.

    Defending Class AA state basketball champion Keenan, bidding for another shining March moment, was brilliant in a 65-36 win over IL.

    The Raiders’ glowing 29-point win gave the Columbia area team a second straight Upper State championship and a bid to the Class AA state title game opposite Lower State champion Mullins on Saturday.

  • Lancaster County officials lift burning ban

    The Lancaster County Fire Service canceled the ban Friday afternoon, only days after it began. The ban was originally issued Feb. 22. 

    According to a fire service press release, citizens are still cautioned even though the weather outlook has improved. 

    The county received a small amount of rainfall early Friday but there is still a potential for outdoor fires to spread rapidly due to relatively dry surface conditions.