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Today's News

  • Vikings prevail twice in wins over LHS

     

       

    One of the Lancaster Bruins’ longest basketball road trips of the season was just that – a long night.

  • Jackets' pin run deflates Knights

    The Buford Yellow Jackets capped regular-season wrestling competition, taking a 50-30 road win over North Central on Thursday night.

    The Jackets’ 20-point win evened the BHS mat mark at 11-11 on the season.

  • York Technical opens training center here

    With so many folks out of work these days and looking for new careers, it pays to be prepared with skills that make you stand out from the crowd if you’re looking for a job.

    And that’s the idea behind York Technical College’s new Lancaster Education Center.

    Operated by the school’s Corporate and Continuing Education Department, the new center is set to open Feb. 1 at the former Founders Federal Credit Union’s call center located at 3758 Charlotte Highway (U.S. 521) between Lancaster and Indian Land.

  • Lancaster Habitat for Humanity gets house

    Habitat for Humanity’s dream of helping a local family own a house may come true much sooner than expected. 

    Wells Fargo has donated a house to Habitat’s Lancaster County chapter. The brick house is located at 106 Penny St., which is off Meeting Street near Springs Memorial Hospital. 

    The financial institution offered the house late last year and the local Habitat board voted Jan. 18 to accept. 

  • Crowd seeks answers

    In an effort to dispel rumors and address facts about a proposed sanitary landfill, Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis, Lancaster County Council Chairwoman Kathy Sistare and County Planning Director Chris Karres sat down Wednesday afternoon to talk facts, figures and the future of trash in Lancaster County. 

  • County officials respond

    In an effort to dispel rumors and address facts about a proposed sanitary landfill, Lancaster County Administrator Steve Willis, Lancaster County Council Chairwoman Kathy Sistare and County Planning Director Chris Karres sat down Wednesday afternoon to talk facts, figures and the future of trash in Lancaster County. 

  • NIMBY (Not in my backyard)

    Some were angry, while others were just curious, but most of the crowd that gathered in the lobby of the County Administration building Tuesday night had one question on their minds about a proposed solid waste landfill: why?

  • Warriors charge to register second mat win over Jackets

    Indian Land notched a second wrestling  win over county rival Buford High School, taking a 46-31 victory over the Yellow Jackets on Tuesday night.

    IL rallied from an early deficit to post the 15-point comeback win.

  • Warrior rally caps sweep

    The Indian Land used a hardwood hard charge to complete a Region IV-AA doubleheader sweep of host Buford on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Warriors opened the twin bill, posting a 68-30 victory over the Buford girls.

  • Bruins take two from Rock Hill

     

       

    The Lancaster High boys, opening a key three-game road stretch, kept pace in the Region III-AAAA race with a 66-53 win over Rock Hill to cap a league sweep for the Bruins on Tuesday night.