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Today's News

  • LHS playoff notebook

     

     LHS fan charter bus

    A charter bus trip of Lancaster High School basketball fans for the Bruins' game at Easley on Saturday at 7 p.m. is being planned.

    Cost is $18.00 per person, which doesn't include the game ticket. The bus will leave from the Lancaster Square Shopping Center parking lot at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. The money is due today (Friday) at 4 p.m.

    If interested, call (803) 577-7451, or call LHS basketball coach Ricardo Priester or assistant coach Jerron Cauthen at LHS, (803) 283-2001.

  • Warriors clip Caps, host Woodruff

     
     

        

     

     

  • Lady Vols, Warriors fall in first-round playoff losses

     

       

    Indian Land and Andrew Jackson saw their 2011 Class AA girls Upper State playoff hopes fizzle in first-round losses to Region III-AA teams on Tuesday night.

  • USCL Lancers divide twin bill with Limestone junior varsity

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers’ baseball team split a twin bill with the Limestone junior varsity, taking the nightcap 6-3 on Wednesday in Gaffney.

    The Lancers, 4-2, dropped the opener to the Junior Saints, 10-7.

  • Engelbrecht’s racing link is a family affair

    This week’s questions and answers feature veteran driver Joey Engelbrecht, who finish second in points last year in the Super Street Division at Lancaster Motor Speedway. Next week’s feature driver is Stock 4 Division driver Andrew Helms.

    Full Name?
    Joseph R. Engelbrecht Jr.

  • Kershaw to host youth tennis clinics at refurbished courts

    The Town of Kershaw is offering a children’s tennis clinic on the newly refurbished town courts near the Kershaw Golf Course.

    Clinic instruction will be led by Christie Davis, tennis instructor for the Camden Country Club.

  • Gregory instrumental in creating ‘Pat’s Law’

    When my sister was murdered in 2003, she was killed by an intentionally set house fire. The women who murdered my sister received a 25-year sentence for killing her. They also received 25 years for burning her house.
    The sentences would be served at the same time and they would only have to serve about 85 percent of the sentence. In other words, they would only have to serve a little more than 21 years for killing my sister and burning her house. They were not eligible for the death penalty because arson was not considered a weapon used in a violent crime.

  • Gregory instrumental in creating ‘Pat’s Law’

    When my sister was murdered in 2003, she was killed by an intentionally set house fire. The women who murdered my sister received a 25-year sentence for killing her. They also received 25 years for burning her house.
    The sentences would be served at the same time and they would only have to serve about 85 percent of the sentence. In other words, they would only have to serve a little more than 21 years for killing my sister and burning her house. They were not eligible for the death penalty because arson was not considered a weapon used in a violent crime.

  • ‘Been there, done that’ means something more in this election

    The events of the last two weeks of 2010 for me personally were a surprise to me as well as a disappointment. After much thought and consultation, I decided it was necessary to withdraw from the S.C. District 16 Senate race. Rest assured that no one feels the regret more than me.
    However, as this moment fades into the past, I feel it is important to focus on the goals and objectives that initially drew me to candidacy in this race.

  • Personality spotlight - Jerry Witherspoon

    Who knew that a fascination with numbers would one day put Jerry Witherspoon in a position to positively affect hundreds of lives?
    A Lancaster native, Witherspoon is executive director of the Lancaster Housing Authority, which oversees the Caroline Court and Frank L. Roddey public housing units.
    He has served in that position since 2003, and has had a lot of stops along the way to get to this point.