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Today's News

  • Freaky phobia

    If you feel like pulling the covers back up or staying home today, don’t worry.

    You aren’t alone. Friday the 13th has a way of doing that. 

    According to research, as many as 25 percent of the population believe Friday the 13th is a day of calamity.

    The fear of Friday the 13th is known as paraskevidekatriphobia (“para-ska-vee-decka-tri-phobia”), which stems from the Greek words for fear, Friday and 13. Friday the 13th happens three times in 2012 – today, April 13 and July 13.

  • Jackets honor Muennich

     

       

    BUFORD – The annual Buford High School fall sports awards night had its share of emotion Wednesday night.

  • IL Warriors win for split

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – Coming off a road win over Class AAA foe Chester High School on Saturday, Indian Land was hoping the momentum would carry over and make a difference.

  • Lancaster wrestlers seeking to rebound in senior night match

    The Lancaster High School wrestling team will host Bruins’ wrestling senior night as LHS faces Region III-AAAA rival Gaffney tonight.

    The Bruins, 9-5, are coming off a split at home on Tuesday night.

  • Bruins top Vikes in region opener

     

       

    The No. 2 Lancaster Bruins opened region play with a tough 79-68 win over Spartanburg in the Vikings’ gym on Tuesday.

  • IL Warriors win for split

     

       

    INDIAN LAND – Coming off a road win over Class AAA foe Chester High School on Saturday, Indian Land was hoping the momentum would carry over and make a difference.

  • Lancaster wrestlers seeking to rebound in senior night match

    The Lancaster High School wrestling team will host Bruins’ wrestling senior night as LHS faces Region III-AAAA rival Gaffney tonight.

    The Bruins, 9-5, are coming off a split at home on Tuesday night.

  • Bruins top Vikes in region opener

     

       

    The No. 2 Lancaster Bruins opened region play with a tough 79-68 win over Spartanburg in the Vikings’ gym on Tuesday.

  • Three men arrested in home invasion

    A group of men were arrested this week after they allegedly broke into a Lancaster home, demanded money and attacked a baby.
    Lancaster County sheriff's deputies were called to a home in 200 block of Clearwater Drive on Jan. 8 about a home invasion, according to a sheriff's office press release. After speaking with residents of the home, deputies quickly learned that a burglary and attempted armed robbery had just occurred.
    The residents told deputies they were sleeping when a group of men armed with handguns and wearing masks broke into their home.  

  • Our View: Candidates should court all voters, not just older ones

    The Republican primary season is in high gear in South Carolina, evidenced both by the number of campaign signs popping up like mushrooms in area yards and the number of presidential hopefuls racing around the state.
    This week, GOP presidential hopeful Texas Gov. Rick Perry made two stops in Lancaster County – both to talk with senior voters. He stopped Tuesday morning at Sun City Carolina Lakes, where he spoke at the Lake House, then stopped to have lunch with the Retired Council of the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce at Charley’s Cafe.