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Today's News

  • Bluegrass show aids state FWB children's home

    It was easy for Tony Shehane to fall in love with bluegrass music.

  • Speedway hosting second faster pastor race Saturday

    The second annual faster pastor race is on tap for Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway.A year ago, the first race featured pastors racing in golf carts, but the second race will have them running in super stock four cars.“We really appreciate the super stock drivers allowing these pastors to use their cars for this special race,” said Jesse Adams, the track chaplin who also is the youth pastor at Pleasant Dale Baptist Church. “They were unselfish in allowing them to use their cars for this race.

  • Artist's mom takes prize; art to fill streets Friday night

    Like daughter, like mother.

    That's not necessarily how the old saying goes, but that's how it is for local artist Christina Chastain and her mother, Phyllis Chastain.

    Phyllis Chastain, 57, took first place in the annual Marian Hagins juried art competition with a painting called "4 Jens." The piece was created with a combination of oil and acrylic paint and pastels. It sat in a closet, unfinished, for about two months, until Christina encouraged her mother to finish it.

    And when Christina called to tell her mother about her win, Phyllis Chastain couldn't believe it.

  • Lambert's Warrior leader

    INDIAN LAND – Ask Indian Land High School football coach Mike Mayer who the best leader on the Warriors’ team is and he will answer in rapid fashion.“That’s Luke Lambert,” said Mayer of the 5-11, 155-pound senior defensive back-receiver. “He displays class and character on the field and in the classroom. He is a model student-athlete.”Lambert’s stats on and off the field are proof solidifying Mayer’s claim.No.

  • Lady Vols top Buford

    The Andrew Jackson Lady Volunteers outlasted country foe Buford, 3-2 for their first volleyball win this season.

  • Pringle thanks Hartley for article about project

    There is so much going on in Lancaster - children being hurt, a historic building burned and a tragic hit-and-run accident that killed an innocent man. I continue to pray for these situations and the families who are suffering. With all that is going on, we need to take the time to say some thank yous.

    I want to thank senior reporter Jenny Hartley for writing the article about the transition housing program, the R.J. Osborne Compassion Project, that I am working on.

  • We're asked to pay for courthouse we don't ever use

    I was reading about the tax increase to pay for a new courthouse and then I read William Hough’s letter about the $33 million cost to build it. I want someone to explain to me, why?

    My mother, Linda S. Stevens, was killed in a car wreck on July 2, 1999, when an out-of-state trucker failed to yield right of way and plowed into the side of her minivan, killing her and putting my aunt on life support for two months.

  • Catawba Nation to bless Indian Land High School football stadium

    INDIAN LAND – Friday will be a very special night of football for the Indian Land High School Warriors, win or lose.

  • Tailgating has colorful history

    This Saturday, Clemson University's Death Valley and the University of South Carolina’s Williams Brice Stadium will be magically transformed into two of the Palmetto State’s largest towns, at least for a few hours.

  • Sara Eddins unopposed in District 6 city council race

    First-time candidate Sara Eddins has thrown her hat into the ring for the District 6 Lancaster City Council seat now held by Danny O’Brien.