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Today's News

  • 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.

  • County quartet garners honors at weekly meeting

    Four county athletes garnered recognition at the weekly meeting of the Founders Federal Tri-County Football Coaches Association on Tuesday.Each week during the regular season, coaches from Chester, Lancaster and York county high schools meet at the Front Porch Restaurant in Richburg to honor top players from the previous week of play.Lancaster High School had two players – junior running back Zedrick Truesdale and junior offensive lineman Brian Williams – to reap honors.Andrew Jackson’s Dylan McKittrick and Indian Land’s Keyadd M

  • Watson picked for N-S all-star honor

    No matter how the Buford High School volleyball team fares this season, Lady Jackets’ veteran coach Janet Watson will be coaching deep into the fall.

  • Van Wyck greets Olympic hero Shawn Crawford

    VAN WYCK – Welcoming cheers and words of thanks greeted Van Wyck native and two-time Olympic medalist Shawn Crawford when he returned during the Celebrate Van Wyck festival Saturday to sign autographs and greet friends.

  • County proposes 8.9 mill tax hike to pay for court deputies, security

    The Lancaster County Courthouse burned down, and now residents’ taxes are going up.

  • Cry Out America is call to prayer

    Evangelist Patience Alexander Wood is “crying out” for Lancaster County to unite in prayer.Cry Out America is a nationally-organized event for every state and county to gather for a spiritual awakening in local communities.Wood is the 2008 Lancaster County coordinator for the hour-long program, which is noon Thursday at Lancaster City Hall.“The purpose of this event is to call people back to prayer,” Wood said.

  • Buford, LHS seek to go 3-0

    The stakes are high Friday night when Lancaster and Buford tangle at BHS’s Jackets Stadium to highlight the third week of county prep football play.The county will have action aplenty as Indian Land hosts Central of Pageland and Andrew Jackson is at home to face Class A rival North Central.All games kick off at 7:30 p.m.County bragging rights will be at stake along with the chance to stay unbeaten when the Bruins and Jackets meet for the fifth time in the series.LHS, which holds a 3-1 edge in the series with BHS, will be seeking to stay

  • We've had some trying times

    There was good news and not-so-good news revealed about Lancaster County at the recent State of the Community meeting.

    A local developer and city, county and school district officials shared the information at the meeting sponsored by the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce and LGI Land-Riverchase Estates.

    The good news: