Today's News

  • Nunnery: Looking back/forward

    Chris Nunnery has found himself in an awkward position several times in the past week. 

    For years, he’s been accustomed to responding to emergencies when he hears them paged out on the radio scanner. But now, he’s only able to listen, as the dispatcher’s voice takes him back down memory lane. 

    Nunnery, who was chief at the Lancaster Fire Department for the past nine years, announced his retirement last month as he prepares to take on a new position as the county’s 911 director. 

  • Liberty ends Indian Land’s Upper State playoff hopes



    INDIAN LAND – For the second straight season, the opening round of the Class AA Upper State football playoffs marked the close of the Indian Land Warriors’ season.

  • Trojans thump Jackets in playoffs

    The Carolina Academy Trojans snapped a 25-year skid in a big way Friday night.

    The Trojans, in a 43-13 home win over Buford High School, posted their first postseason win since 1986 in the opening round of the Class AA Division II Upper State football playoffs.

  • Tigers ignite to oust Vols



  • Tigers ignite to oust Vols



  • Bruins clip Blue Eagles



  • Take time for veterans at parade, monument

    There’s plenty of activities here to honor Veterans Day in Lancaster.
    It should be.
    Veterans Day is the time our nation, from Main Street, USA to Washington and across our county, to salute military veterans.
    The federal holiday is also celebrated as Armistice Day or Remembrance Day in other parts of the world and falls on Nov. 11, the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that ended World War I.

  • Machines enrich uranium moved to secret site in Iran

    I’ve said many times that Iran has long sought to become the undisputed leader in the region, largely through aggressive and ambitious military development.
    Iran’s weapons program is of enormous concern to the United States. It isn’t only former Soviet weapons and weapons – grade nuclear material that Iran is getting its hands on – it has also actively recruited former Soviet atomic scientists. Communist China has also supplied the Iranians with nuclear technology.

  • Precious in his sight

    Precious in his sight

    Children of the World International Choir comes here

    Gregory A. Summers


    Those who think children should be seen and not heard have never met Chiman. From Nepal, he likes to play basketball and has aspirations of being a scientist one day.

    They haven’t met Irene, either. She hopes to turn her love of singing into a career as a music teacher in her native Philippines.

  • Prepare garden for cold weather

     Scotts Miracle-Gro

    As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, there are a number of ways to prepare your yard for winter. 

    Performing these few chores now will help get your garden through the cold weather in good shape - and make gardening easier in the spring.