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Today's News

  • South Carolina boasts home of cheap cigarettes

    Shampoo rinse, repeat, repeat – Unlicensed salon employees will no longer be required to complete 300 hours of cosmetology training in order to wash hair. Will this result in a reduction in the cost of my wife’s hair care? It can’t hurt.

  • McAteer is Jackets' workhorse

    BUFORD – Brent McAteer is dedicated to Buford High School football.Football has been a part of his life since age 8 when he donned his first pair of pads.McAteer is so dedicated a shoulder with three tears couldn’t stop him from toting the ball for the Yellow Jackets last season.

  • Mustangs down rival Rams in 16-0 victory

    The South Mustangs scored a touchdown in each half to down rival A.R. Rucker 16-0 and sweep the season’s football series on Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.

  • Local author to speak on her latest book at library meeting

    Local author Rosemary Whitlock will be guest speaker at the fall meeting of the Friends of the Lancaster County Library at 7 p.m. Monday at the main branch of the county library, 313 S. White St.

    Whitlock is author of "The Monacan Indian Nation of Virginia: the Drums of Life," published this year by the University of Alabama Press. Of Monacan descent herself, Whitlock has written a folk history by relating personal stories of surviving members of the tribe.

  • Local teachers' group forms to back Mulvaney Senate bid

    INDIAN LAND – A group of local teachers has formed Teachers for Mulvaney, a group that says it's committed to advancing state Rep. Mick Mulvaney's efforts to put more dollars into the classroom and improve academic achievement for South Carolina school children.

    "I have been overwhelmed with the support and am especially proud to have some of them put this group together," Mulvaney said in a release.

  • County trio honored by Tri-County Coaches Association

    Three Lancaster County prep football standouts were saluted for their play in week eight regular-season high school play by the Tri-County Football Coaches Association.

  • 'Vulnerable town' label not so bad?

    The designation of Lancaster by forbes.com as the "most vulnerable town" in the country has a certain sting to it.

    But local business owners and officials have found some positive things to say about the article, an online exclusive to forbes.com, which is affiliated with the popular Forbes magazine. The article was published about a week ago, and listed Lancaster County's high unemployment rate of 12.2 percent as a contributing factor to its spot at the top of the list.

  • Video Included Candidates address issues at last forum before election

    Candidates from the five major local elections answered questions at a political forum Tuesday night sponsored by Duke Energy, the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce and The Lancaster News.

  • James Neely, 83, takes plunge of faith

    When it comes to baptism, age is never an issue.Neither is a medical condition. Just ask 83-year-old James Neely.Neely, who is confined to a wheelchair, was baptized Sept. 24 at Crestview Baptist Church.James’ health might not be the best and he might be hard of hearing, but he realized it was time to make peace with the Lord at a recent singing at New Hope Baptist Church in Heath Springs, said his wife, Jackie Neely.The Neelys have been married for 60 years.

  • Deborah Long has qualities to represent us in statehouse

    In recent weeks, I have had the opportunity to hear Deborah Long and Fred Thomas, candidates for the S.C. District 45 seat, speak. These two individuals present themselves well and come across as intelligent and concerned persons.

    However, Deborah Long impresses me as the more qualified individual for this House seat.