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Today's News

  • Kershaw Chamber grateful for Christmas parade support

    On behalf of  the Kershaw Chamber of Commerce, we would like to thank everyone involved in making the Kershaw Christmas Parade a success this year.
    Without each of you who worked and participated, this event would not have happened. Each entry this year was so special and well-thought-out. We want to commend you for a job well done and we look forward to working with you again next year.

  • Boulware elated with Bruins’ showing in Eagles mat tourney

    The Lancaster High School wrestling team will carry a huge boost of momentum into its Region III-AAAA mat opener Wednesday night at Northwestern High School of Rock Hill.

    The Bruins, 8-3 overall, are coming off a third-place finish in the Eagles Invitational at Airport High School in Columbia on Thursday.

  • Trojans trip Bruins in Upward Classic

    Olympic High of Charlotte played the spoiler Thursday night when the unbeaten Trojans knocked Lancaster High School from the prep basketball unbeaten ranks with a 79-72 win in the semifinals of the fourth annual Upward Classic at Dorman High School.

  • The News' elite of 2011

     

       

    Two athletes who earned statewide honors are The Lancaster News’ 2011 Athletes of the Year.

  • Passing through one last time

    On occasion, I’m a little jealous of W.B. Evans. This is one of those times.

    When it comes to looking back, “Mr. Bill,” as we call him in the newsroom  doesn’t have to pick and choose when looking for what stands out. Choosing the top features stories of the year is hard.

    I went through 157 issues making a few notes and was stunned to recall the people, places, events and organizations that make a difference. 

    To cull the list to 10 was almost impossible.    

  • My used bicycle pedals lessons

    Christmas 2011 has passed, but in reflecting on the past year, it’s an appropriate time to recall Mama’s words from 1941. She made it a point to remind her only son that I should always be grateful, regardless of circumstances.

    “Be thankful of any and all gifts under the tree,” she said.

    That’s as true now as it was then, especially after I showed my selfish streak on that Christmas Day 70 years ago. 

  • Meet your Neighbor – Ilean Granata

    Name: Ilean Granata

    Age: 32

    Address: The McDonald Green community

    Family: Husband, Kevin, 32; two sons, Christopher, 12, and Matthew, 9

    Pets: A dog, Trooper, and a cat, Tiger

    Job: State trooper, S.C. Highway Patrol

    Church: Lakewood Christian Church

    Hobbies: Assistant cubmaster, Pack 180 and zumba

  • 'Dangerous place to drive'

    After a year filled with deadly car accidents, the S.C. Highway Patrol has begun a series of initiatives to help curb dangerous driving on Lancaster County’s roads. 

    As part of that effort, state troopers recently held safety checkpoints in the northern and southern parts of the county, hoping to crack down on all types of illegal behavior.

  • Dog fatally shot, found in creek

    Jay and Rosemary Cauthen’s holiday season was ruined when learning that their Labrador Retriever had been fatally shot. 

    The couple, who live on Mungo Road, contacted Animal Control on Dec. 22 to report that their dog, Blue, went missing the day before. 

    Coincidentally, Animal Control Director Joel Hinson said his office got a call from a man who reported hearing a gunshot on Dec. 21 in the University Drive area. 

  • Community voices shape Panhandle

    Indian Land Action Council (ILAC) is the closest thing Indian Land has to an official governing body, minus the power to make policy, but always willing and able to take on any issue of importance to the community.

    ILAC had a big year in 2011, a year in which the council helped make the Indian Land Fire District a reality and battled landfills locally and in Flat Creek.