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Today's News

  • Post 31 juniors sweep by Clover

    The Lancaster Post 31 junior baseball team continued its solid late-season play sweeping a road twin bill from Clover Post 28 on Monday night.The P-31 juniors, 10-6, 9-3, topped Clover 2-1 and 9-1.The Lancaster juniors of coach Michael Anderson have won three straight and four of their last five games in League V play.In the opener at Clover on Monday, Adam Eubanks worked five innings for the win. He allowed no runs, four hits, two walks and hit a batter.Eubanks fanned two.

  • Swimmers dunk Waves for road meet victory

    The Lancaster County swim team continued its summer success with a 332-157 road win over Chester on Thursday night.

  • Back yard feast: Side dishes add fireworks to Great American Cookout

    Light the grill; Independence Day is here.While hot dogs, hamburger patties and barbecue chicken take center stage in the backyard on Friday, nothing adds spice to a star-spangled July 4 feast like all-American side dishes.The great thing about side dishes is you can mix and match them, depending on what your tastes are.From baked beans and coleslaw to potato salad and fresh-shucked corn, the combinations are endless.Nothing is better than topping it with homemade ice cream and a patriotic sweet treat or two, including an ice cold watermelon.

  • We must fight to keep right to live in a democratic republic

    June 26, 2008, is a day which should be featured prominently in future history books. Finally, after 217 years, the Supreme Court issued a definitive ruling on the meaning of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

    In the decision, with Justice Antonin Scalia writing for the majority, the court has affirmed what the people have understood throughout our history: the Second Amendment recognizes that every citizen is vested with the right to keep and bear arms unconnected with service in the militia.

  • Duracell's expansion good news for economy

    You know Duracell. It’s the “copper-top battery.” And for 32 years, the company has been making batteries here in Lancaster. You may work at the plant on the S.C. 9 Bypass or know somebody who does. About 500 people now work at the plant, making it one of the county’s larger employers.

  • Community responds to needs of young artists

    On behalf of young artists throughout the region, I would like to thank the multitude of individuals and organizations who have donated “recycled art” camp supplies. Those who have helped make the camps and neighborhood outreach programs possible for our youth are too numerous to name.

    We have received donations from generous folks in Lancaster, Kershaw, Heath Springs, Buford, Fort Lawn, Chester, Great Falls, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Indian Land, Rock Hill, and elsewhere.

  • UW surpasses 2007-08 goal

    The United Way of Lancaster County had more than one reason to celebrate Thursday.

    The organization is celebrating its 50th year of operation this year, and it just finished another successful campaign.

    The 2007-08 campaign brought in $455,740 – $55,740, or 14 percent above the fundraising goal. All money raised in the United Way campaign stays in Lancaster County.

    Twenty-two community organizations receive financial assistance from the local United Way.

  • AAA all-stars rout Rock Hill

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball AAA all-stars (ages 9-10) came on strong to take a 14-3 win over Rock Hill in the sub-district tournament in Chester on Friday night.

  • Grammy-award winning singer to headline Liberty Hill event

    LIBERTY HILL – A local performer and a Grammy Award-winning recording artist will headline the third-annual Celebration of American Music in Liberty Hill.

    It's a three-day affair that runs Tuesday through Thursday, beginning at 8 p.m. each day.

    The free event, sponsored by Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church, is billed as an inter-denominational, interracial and interfaith celebration of both sacred and secular music. It will be held at Windward Pointe Pavilion at Lake Wateree in Liberty Hill.

  • When her father collapsed, Hunter acted as his nurse

    Carol Hunter usually works weekends in her job as an emergency room nurse at Springs Memorial Hospital.

    But at the last minute, she decided to take the weekend of Father's Day off, so she could take her father, Darwin Steele, out to dinner.

    They went to JB's Barbecue in Heath Springs for Father's Day dinner. Steele fixed a plate for himself, and his wife, Frances, while Hunter fixed their teas.

    That's when Steele, 82, started to feel "right swimmy-headed," he said.