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Today's News

  • Lancaster Dixie Baseball honors standouts

     

       

    Catledge Service Company pitcher-second baseman Christian Catledge, who sparked the team to the 2011 Lancaster Dixie Baseball Dixie Boys championship, swept two awards for the 13-14 league.

  • Patriots mourning Addison's death

    The New England Patriots are mourning the loss of one of the franchise’s original members, linebacker Tom Addison.

    A Lancaster native, Addison died Tuesday at his Bluffton home.

  • Tigers down Chester, improve to 2-0

     

       

    The Lancaster Tigers’ swim team improved to 2-0 on the season, downing Chester 381-151 on Tuesday night at the Lancaster County pool.

  • Neff has new role in USC title drive

     

    A key in the South Carolina Gamecocks baseball team’s return to Omaha to defend their national championship is handling challenges this season.

  • Helms Memorial Crate Sportsman race Saturday

     

       

    Deal One Auto Sales presents the Kenny Helms Memorial Crate Sportsman Shootout at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night. The 25-lap race features $2,000 to the winner.

  • Are we now clawing our way out of recession?

    Our economy is chugging along and will continue to do so for a while. That’s what a national economist told Lancaster County residents last month.
    That bit of information was no real revelation for any of us. The signs of a sluggish economy – a stagnant real estate market with an abundance of homes for sale (many foreclosed), county unemployment rate of about 13.9 percent and an increase in numbers of people who need help with life’s basic needs – have been apparent for while. And it doesn’t appear to be getting better anytime soon.

  • Chandler’s Law is big government at its best

    Recently, the S.C. Legislature passed and Gov. Nikki Haley signed Chandler’s Law. The law, which was named after Chandler Saylor, is meant to keep children safe while riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs.) However, I believe this law ultimately strips parents of their right to raise their child.

  • Long, low and slow

    According to the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue’s 2011 National Barbecue Poll, 70 percent of Americans prefer to cook out over eating out as a way to save money.

    If dad enjoys cooking out, firing up the grill for Father’s Day is a natural, low cost fit. It can be fun, easy and a stress-free way to avoid long restaurant lines.

    Instead of a gift card, new tie, socks or shirt, why not make your dad feel like a king with a great Father’s Day meal that will put a smile on his face?

  • Duo's 132 tops M-G field

     

       

    Golf partners Bobby Young and Scott Caskey aren’t brothers-in-law, but they used “brother-in-law golf” to capture the title in the annual member-guest golf tournament at the Lancaster Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.

  • Ramsey rolls to LMS win

    Kenny Ramsey captured a thrilling Crate Sportsman win to highlight racing action at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The Crate Sportsman front row had heat winners Ramsey and Travis Payne.