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Today's News

  • SouthPark Madam has a different mission now

    You could hear a pin drop by Sallie Saxon’s riveting words at the Celebrate Life Banquet fundraiser for Lancaster Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) on Sept. 22.  

    Saxon, once known as the infamous “SouthPark Madam,” candidly shared her story of teenage pregnancy and domestic abuse during and after a marriage that ended in divorce.  

    She then told the audience how she supported herself and her son through prostitution.   

  • Bristish couple visit 50 states

    By Nita Brown

    For the Lancaster News

    Not many Americans can say they’ve been to all 50 states, but Michael Cotgrove of East Sussex, England, can. He and his wife, Sheila Wood, have been on an adventure spanning 32 years, to visit every state in the United States. It’s taken 59 trips, logging almost two years in America. In June this year, visits to Rhode Island and Michigan completed Cotgrove’s goal. Wood, a retired flute instructor, has traveled with him much of the time. She lacks a trip to one state to round out her 50. 

  • Two teens injured in wreck Friday

    A single-car accident injured two Buford community teenagers Friday morning.

    Injured in the accident were 18-year-old Kayla Lindsay of the the 3300 block of Lamplight Road and Chelsie Pitman, 19, of the 4600 block of Camp Creek Road.

    The accident occurred just after 9 a.m. in the 3800 block of Camp Creek Road in the New Cut community, less than two miles from Pitman’s home.

  • Sheheen receives award

    COLUMBIA – The Conservation Voters of South Carolina ( CVSC) recently honored Sen. Vincent Sheheen (D-Kershaw), among other state legislators, for their conservation roles in the General Assembly at the third annual Green Tie Award Luncheon in Columbia.

    Other legislative honorees included Reps. Mike Pitts (R-Laurens) and Robert Brown (D-Charleston).

    Speakers praised the legislators for their conservation efforts.

  • Springs Hospital earns top performer recognition

    Springs Memorial Hospital

    Springs Memorial Hospital was named one of the nation’s top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America. 

    Springs was recognized by the commission based on data reported about evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve care for certain conditions, including heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, surgical care and children’s asthma.

  • Truesdale triggers IL win

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High senior ace Rondreas Truesdale scored six touchdowns to lead the No. 7 Warriors to a 42-33 victory over Andrew Jackson in the opening game of Conference IV-AA play for both teams.

    Truesdale rushed for 246 yards on 32 carries. He ran for five touchdowns and had a key 35-yard pick-six for the Warriors in the pivotal third quarter.

    The fast-starting Volunteers bolted to a 17-0 lead in the first half, beginning with a seven-play, 55-yard drive.

  • Bengals edge Bruins in double overtime

    BLYTHEWOOD – As if football frustration couldn’t get any higher for the snake-bit Lancaster Bruins, it did Friday night.

    A week after falling to Ridge View, 9-6 when a game-ending end zone pass for the win fell off the hands of the intended LHS receiver, the Bruins endured another tough night in a 24-21 double overtime loss to host Blythewood on the same field where LHS dropped the tough three-point loss to RVHS.

  • Central wins on somber night at BHS

    BUFORD – The defending Class AA state football champion Central Eagles visited Buford High with heart-felt concerns for their gridiron opponent Friday night and left with an unassuming 35-0 win over the host Yellow Jackets.

    The Yellow Jackets took the field just 26 hours after the tragic death of fellow classmate and football player Seth Muennich, a freshman member of the Buford High junior varsity football team.

    Muennich died late Thursday afternoon after he was struck by a car in the area not far from Buford’s Jackets Stadium.

  • S.C. exports are not as rosy as Mulvaney reports

    U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney’s recent article  (Sept. 7 Carolina Gateway) is yet another example of partisanship at its best.
    The dictionary defines the word “partisan” as “one exhibiting blind, prejudiced and unreasoning allegiance.” Our politicians are partisan at the expense of you and me and they have allegiance to only their party, again at our expense.

  • Alice C. Robinson, 81

    Alice C. Robinson, 81

    Alice Culp Robinson, 81, widow of the late Arthur G. Robinson, passed away Friday, Sept. 30, 2011, at Springs Memorial Hospital. She was born Sept. 11, 1930, in Lancaster, a daughter of the late John Paul Culp and Myrtle McKeown Culp.

    A service to celebrate the life of Mrs. Robinson will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at at Bethel Baptist Church with the Rev. Tony Clark officiating. Burial will be in Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.