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Today's News

  • Bond between Lavern Patterson and Renee Bohn goes beyond the call of duty

    Dr. Renee Bohn never considered the cards, letters and care packages she constantly sent to Sgt. Lavern Patterson in Iraq to be that big a deal. After all, Bohn said Patterson, who worked at Lancaster One Medical as a medical specialist, was part of her extended family. “I was just supporting my girl,” Bohn said. But when Patterson, a Kershaw native with the S.C.

  • No rain means LMS top night

    For the eighth straight week, clouds loomed over Lancaster Motor Speedway, again looking as if it would bring the dreaded word all race fans hate – rain. But Mother Nature relented and for the second straight week, the track got in a full event between brief showers. First up was the young guns. Starting on the front row were a pair of previous winners, Andrew Blackwood and Austin Baker.

  • Mitchum organized JROTC program at Lancaster High

    B.W. Mitchum is being remembered as someone who instilled discipline and motivated the people he was around.

    Mitchum, a retired U.S. Army colonel and JROTC instructor at Lancaster High School, died Monday. He was 80.

    Mitchum organized Lancaster High's JROTC program after he retired from the active Army, and served as the program's senior Army instructor for 18 years.

    Ernie Clyburn, a former Lancaster High principal, said Mitchum always pushed to make the JROTC program stronger.

  • Locals share thoughts about historic presidential election

    Barack Obama's win Tuesday night made a lot of people scream and shout, and some were brought to tears.

    Then there were others who watched the TV in amazement, pondering what this moment means for the United States.

    How did you react?

    Several locals chimed in on their thoughts about Obama's historic win and what they think his presidency will mean.

    Kenyell Harris said he believed Obama was going to win all along and felt proud when he was elected president.

  • AJ, IL battling to survive

    Indian Land and Andrew Jackson are battling through the losers’ brackets in their respective softball playoff runs.

  • Man gets 30 years for slaying

    A nearly three-year-old murder case involving the stabbing death of a 90-year-old Heath Springs woman was concluded Tuesday with the sole suspect pleading guilty to her murder.

    Donald Cleveland Brevard, 20, pleaded guilty to five charges relating to the death of Sara Faulkenberry on June 14, 2005. Brevard was 17 at the time of the killing.

  • Country ham is country gentleman of Southern cooking

    When given the opportunity to do a little country cooking, I head straight for the kitchen. It’s no secret to anyone that my idea of a great recipe is keeping things as simple as possible by using basic ingredients found in most cupboards and refrigerators.

  • Officer: Four people tried to take law into their own hands

    Four people are behind bars after authorities say they kidnapped a Lancaster County man and then broke into a Woodcreek apartment home at gunpoint.

    Terrance Jaleel Frames, 21, of 802 Hampton Road; Calvin Webster Gladden, 29, of 1787 W. Meeting St.; Brandon Theodis McIlwain, 23, of 802 Hampton Road; and Sherie Jenita Myers, 25, of 706 Chesterfield Ave. were each charged Friday with first-degree burglary and kidnapping charges.

  • Third Herd thunder on display

    The S.C.

  • Smart car turns heads

    Although gas has dropped below $2 a gallon again in some places, the Zarrellis are still in love with their little yellow car.

    It's not a hybrid, and it requires premium gasoline, but Lois and Neal Zarrelli love the gas mileage their Smart car gets – 33 miles per gallon in the city, and 41 on the highway, according to www.smartusa.com.