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Today's News

  • Late rally falls short in Bruins' loss to Vikes

    Lancaster won three of the final five matches, but it wasn’t enough as Spartanburg took a 47-27 Region III-AAAA wrestling win over the Bruins on Thursday night in the LHS gum.

    The Bruins, 5-9, dipped to 0-2 in region matches.

  • Rollings a strong advocate for vets

    Lancaster County veterans lost a true ally earlier this month when George Rollings died after a courageous battle with cancer.
    Rollings served as the Lancaster County Veterans Affairs Officer from 1988 to 1995. He followed on the heels of the late Ward Faulkenberry, so he had some big shoes to fill, but he handled his duties well.
    Even after serving his time with the VA office in Lancaster County, Rollings was a frequent visitor to the office as he wanted to help in any way he could. When his time was up in leading the VA office, he stayed active.

  • Winter car maintenance

    Your hard-working vehicle needs attention during cold weather, too. Below-freezing temperatures can especially take a toil on rubber and plastic parts, causing them to fail and break. Here are some basic maintenance tips to keep your car running in tip-top shape after last week’s snowstorm:

  • Take steps to prevent home moisture accumulation

    Moisture problems occur inside a home whenever there is an imbalance between the amount entering and exiting it and the structure’s capacity to store that moisture.
    Moisture is generated through cooking, bathing, watering indoor plants, using unvented space heaters and washing clothes.
    If this happens on a cold window pane, you will see the water run down and collect on the window sill, where it may damage the paint or rot the wood trim.
    The water may even freeze, producing frost on the inside surface of the window.

  • Take steps to prevent home moisture accumulation

    Moisture problems occur inside a home whenever there is an imbalance between the amount entering and exiting it and the structure’s capacity to store that moisture.
    Moisture is generated through cooking, bathing, watering indoor plants, using unvented space heaters and washing clothes.
    If this happens on a cold window pane, you will see the water run down and collect on the window sill, where it may damage the paint or rot the wood trim.
    The water may even freeze, producing frost on the inside surface of the window.

  • IL nets milestone sweep

     

       

     

  • Vikes deal Bruins second straight region loss

     

       

    Spartanburg held on to complete a Region III-AAAA sweep of host Lancaster High School on Wednesday night.

  • Warriors blitz Lions in prep wrestling victory

     

    Indian Land had matters pretty much in hand as the Warriors notched a 57-12 wrestling win over Lewisville in Richburg on Wednesday night.

    IL pin winners included Taylor Pendleton, Jonathon Rowe, Brad Newell, Eric Komorous, Rondreas Truesdale, Will Cox, Michael Bryant and Marc Morris.

  • Schools conduct surprise searches

    Lancaster County school board members heard an update Tuesday night about the implementation of the district’s new drugs and weapons search initiative at county schools.
    Bryan Vaughn, director of safety and transportation, said in December school officials conducted 13 drug searches under the new policy. One search was conducted at each of the county’s five middle schools and each of the four high schools were searched twice.

  • Two shot in separate incidents

    A Lancaster teen was shot in the leg Wednesday night and another man was shot in the arm in a separate incident early Thursday morning.
    Lancaster police officers are investigating the two shooting incidents, which occurred during a 12-hour time span.
    The first shooting happened about 5 p.m. Wednesday.
    “In this case, the victim was walking in the area of Hampton Road and some cars came by and someone shot out of the car at him,” said Lancaster Police Chief Harlean Howard.