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Today's News

  • Don’t ever forget to share the good stuff

    Somewhere along the road to old age, I found myself too involved and in a hurry to get nowhere. 

    I’ve missed out on things by not taking the time to stop and smell the roses.

    Does any of this sound familiar? 

    You know, I think it’s partially due to our upbringing. Every daddy has the feeling he had a hard life growing up. That’s part of being a father. 

    Because of that, we silently vow to make up for it by making things easier for our children.

  • Water rate increase possible for Kershaw

    It’s looking more likely that residents in the town of Kershaw will soon face higher water and sewer rates. 

    Town Council voted unanimously during a special meeting Tuesday to include the rate increase in the first draft of the town’s 2011-12 budget. If passed, this would be the town’s first water and sewer rate increase in eight years. 

    Town Administrator Tony Starnes presented preliminary numbers Tuesday night that showed the town’s water and sewer fund overbudgeted by $62,307.  

  • ‘Rock’ of school district office retiring

    Reece Murphy

    rmurphy@thelancasternews.com

    Lancaster County School District is losing one of its most beloved employees to retirement.

    Superintendent’s Administrative Assistant JoAnne Mosier will wrap up 34 years of service with the district later this month. 

    She has served in her current position for the last 13 years working under three superintendents, John Taylor, Dr. Pat Burns and Dr. Gene Moore.

  • Engineers studying Brook Drive

    A familiar contractor is studying the road that will be the location for college housing in the near future. 

    At its most recent meeting May 24, Lancaster City Council voted unanimously to allow W.K. Dickson of Charlotte to provide engineering services for the city’s Brook Drive improvement project. 

    The city contracts with W.K. Dickson for most of its infrastructural work. It’s paying the firm $49,200 for these particular services.  

  • Junior golfers to open play Monday

    The Lancaster chapter of the S.C. Junior Golf Association tees off on its 17th season on Monday at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    The LJGA begins play at 8 a.m. with play for youngsters, ages 6-18.

  • Juniors blank Rock Hill

    The Lancaster Post 31 junior team continued its winning ways with a 6-0 League V Legion baseball win over Rock Hill Post 34 on Thursday night.

    The shutout road win pushed the juniors record to 5-0 on the season.

  • Former AJ Lady Vols star earns academic honors

     

       

    AUGUSTA – Five members of the Francis Marion University softball team, including former Andrew Jackson High School star Tristan Faile, have been honored by the Peach Belt Conference for their work in the classroom as the PBC recently released its All-Academic Team.

  • USCL tennis nets top 25 ranking

    The Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) announced the final rankings for the NJCAA 2011 season and the USC Lancaster Lancers finished No. 24th in the country.

    This is the school’s first national ranking and it comes on the heels of the team’s trip to the national championship at Collin College in Plano, Texas.

  • Recreation swim season opens Tuesday

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation summer swim team season opens this week with a new format for 2011.

    The Lancaster County recreation swim program will be divided into two teams, the Lancaster Makos and the Lancaster Tigers.

  • Proposed redistricting maps unveiled

    Lancaster County residents may soon have one more representative fighting for their rights in Columbia.

    Using data collected from the 2010 U.S. Census, the S.C. House of Representatives recently released its proposed redistricting maps for all 124 state districts. And based on increases in population numbers, Lancaster County could soon see four state House representatives.