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Today's News

  • Wolfe family hopes to help others

    Words cannot begin to express the gratitude we feel for all the expressions of friendship received since Tommy’s sudden passing. The visits, phone calls, prayers, cards, food and embraces have brought us great comfort. The number of people who came to the visitation as well as all the plants, flowers and memorials received has been overwhelming.

    However, we all know none of these will ever take the place of our precious loved one. So please continue to pray for us.

  • Ellis sparks Jackets to league victory over Knights

    The Buford Yellow Jackets kept pace for a Class A Upper State baseball bid with a 9-5 road win over North Central on Monday.

    The Jackets, 6-8, 4-6, received a route job from hurler Colt Ellis, who hurled seven innings and allowed five runs, seven hits and two walks.

    Ellis supported his cause with a three-run home run and drove in four runs and scored a run.

    Ricky Lewis supplied three hits and drove in a run to go with a run scored. Logan Segee drilled three hits.

  • USCL Lancers drop four games to Louisburg College

    The University of South Carolina at Lancaster Lancers hope to get back on track, but the task will be tough today as USCL hosts Region X baseball powerhouse Spartanburg Methodist College.

    SMC, ranked No. 2 in the NJCAA national poll, visits the Lancaster High field today for a doubleheader starting at 4 p.m.

  • Water District needs to do right thing about logo

    I am writing in response to the recent article in The Lancaster News about the Indian Land water tower logo. I think that it is a shame that Lancaster County Water and Sewer District would not comply with a simple request of a community wanting to show their pride for their school and neighborhood.

    When I first saw it I could clearly see the LCWSD logo, but had to really look to find the words Indian Land.

  • Lady Bruins trip AJ girls

    The Lancaster High School Lady Bruins held off county foe Andrew Jackson to post a 7-5 win over the Lady Volunteers at the LHS softball field on Wednesday night.

    AJ rallied in the seventh, but the LHS girls held on for the two-run win. Senior Courtney Cauthen was the winner, striking out seven. She allowed six hits and five walks. Cauthen had a hit for LHS.

    Candice Benson drilled two hits and Cherrell Cousar smashed a grand slam.

    Angela Faile, Anna Howey, Sarah Amason, Almeshea Catoe and Crystal Cauthen each had a hit for the winners.

  • Taylor Memorial golf tourney scheduled for June 20 at LGC

    The fifth annual Jimmy Taylor Memorial Sr. Memorial golf tournament will be held June 20 at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    The format is captain’s choice team with a combined handicap.

    Check-in is at 10 a.m. The shotgun start is at 1:30 p.m.

    The entry fee is $240 which includes four golfers, two mulligans, 4 Jimmy packs, dinner and an awards ceremony. A Jimmy pack contains a ladies tee, closest to the pin and the longest drive entry

    Team prizes are $1,000 for first place, $500 for second place and $300 for third place.

  • Lancers drop two to No. 3 Pioneers

    Third-ranked Spartanburg Methodist completed a season’s baseball sweep of the University of South Carolina at Lancaster on Wednesday at the Lancaster High baseball field.

    The Pioneers, rated No. 3 in the NJCAA national rankings, won the opener 14-7 and rolled to a 14-0 win in the nightcap.

    Earlier this month in Spartanburg, SMC, 43-7, swept the Lancers 10-1, 10-0 at Duncan Park.

    In the opener, the Pioneers rolled to the seven-run win.

    The host Lancers, a first-year program in Region X, used four hurlers in the game.

  • Folks can sell produce at Street Market

    I am writing to respond to Lois Knight’s letter, “County should give special consideration for seller,” published in The Lancaster News on April 26. She was voicing her concern that her neighbor, who is unemployed, had been told that he could no longer sell produce from his yard to raise extra money.

  • Baker holds off Blackmon for win

    It’s a fact a driver’s first win is always one that means the most.

    That being said, many drivers have anguished over that elusive first win. Over the years, Lancaster Speedway fans have watched their favorite drivers lead lap after lap, only to have it taken away in the waning laps.

  • Restricting man's ability to sell produce 'anti-American'

    I would like to thank letter writer Lois Knight for letting us know what happened to the man selling produce on Camp Drive. We had wondered why he closed so suddenly.

    We are retired and on a fixed income and it was very convenient for us to stop by on our way to or from the shopping areas instead of driving miles to find fresh produce. We also enjoyed visiting while buying produce.