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Today's News

  • Warriors Upstate champs

    GILBERT – The wait is over – Upper State champion Indian Land is state-bound.

    The revenge-minded IL Warriors, nearly a year to the day, avenged a tough 3-2 loss to Gilbert High School in the 2011 Class AA Upper State title match with a 3-2 double overtime win over Gilbert on Tuesday night at the GHS field.

  • AA state title match Saturday

     AA state title      match Saturday

  • Correction for Buford High School graduation time

    The time for the Buford High School commencement was incorrect in the Graduation 2012 special section in Wednesday's paper. The correct time is 6 p.m. Friday, May 18 in the Buford High School gymnasium.

     

  • Small deserves chamber honor

    For nearly 80 years, Small’s Food Center, has played a vital role in the Kershaw community.
    The grocery store, which Curtis Small opened in 1933, is still going strong, thanks to Small’s son, Ronnie, and their family commitment to quality over the decades.
    Recently, the  food center was saluted for its solid place in the Kershaw area business community.
    2012 marked Ronnie Small’s 50th year involved with the thriving business known for its high-quality selection of food and goods, as well as its friendly service.

  • Take the time to thank officers during this week

    During National Police Week, which is May 13-19, I’d like to encourage you to take the time to recognize our local law enforcement officers for their service to the Lancaster community. 
    Our officers’ face many risks and challenges and their sacrifice and service are often taken for granted.
    If you encounter a deputy, police officer, highway patrolman or corrections officer, show your support and let them know how much their work means to you this week.

  • World View

    Laura Caskey
    For The Lancaster News
    On Friday, May 4, students of McDonald Elementary School were treated to a morning of music, food and learning.
    The school hosted its first Cultural Diversity Day. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) teacher Veronica Raffin and the diversity committee – Shandra Hall, LaDonna Smith, Regina Hagwood, Lauren Taylor, Chelle Chambers, Donna Roberts, Dana Kirk and Tracy Thompson – hosted the event to promote the appreciation of diversity in Lancaster County.

  • Healing trauma’s invisible wounds

    Mental Health America of Lancaster County
    It could be a rape, bullying, poverty, neglect or even a hurricane or mass tragedy.  Whatever the cause, a traumatic event has a devastating impact on physical, emotional and mental well-being. Communities can be traumatized, as well.  

  • Healing trauma’s invisible wounds

    Mental Health America of Lancaster County
    It could be a rape, bullying, poverty, neglect or even a hurricane or mass tragedy.  Whatever the cause, a traumatic event has a devastating impact on physical, emotional and mental well-being. Communities can be traumatized, as well.  

  • 200 volunteers help clean up Indian Land

    Jan Tacy
    Indian Land Action Council                        Litter Committee Co-Chair
    For a second year, the Indian Land community participated in the Great American Clean Up on April 28-29.
    More than 200 volunteers and several Adopt-a-Highway groups gave up their Saturday morning or Sunday afternoon to walk the roads of Indian Land, picking up litter.

  • Time to turn tassles Friday

    Reece Murphy
    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com
    Though it seems as if the school year just began, the reality is it’s all but done, a fact definitely not missed by the county’s 866 graduating seniors.
    This Friday, May 18, seniors district-wide will take part in staggered commencement ceremonies signifying the last act in their elementary, middle and secondary school careers – and a fitting start to their futures.