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Today's News

  • Humane Society still exists

    You may have heard recently that the Humane Society of Lancaster County Inc. has dissolved. Several of the members of the board of directors voted to dissolve and indeed are at this time actively pursuing that. But this is not the wish of the entire board.

    The Humane Society of Lancaster is still operating and continues our pledge to place the health and welfare of these endangered pets and that we will work with animal control officers and with the county government to assure that we can save as many as possible.

  • Legislators should be fighting for local jobs

    Have you heard of regionalism? This is the newest threat to border counties like Lancaster and York, and it benefits North Carolina businesses at our expense. And Mick Mulvaney, with his Charlotte-based development company, and close ties to Charlotte business, is not doing anything to fight for us here in South Carolina.

  • Cancer no respecter

    A heart-shaped balloon was attached to her wheelchair. The balloon signified her effort to raise money for cancer research.

    She logs the donation amount and the donor’s name in a spiral notebook she keeps in her room at the nursing home.

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the facility had launched a month-long fundraising campaign for cancer research. The building was adorned in pink. Displayed on the hallway wall were the names of cancer victims written on pink paper. They included family members of the residents and staff and the patients.

  • Curry considers jobs top priority for city

    In my 17 years with the Lancaster City Council, we have faced the most difficult challenge this community has confronted in recent memory. When asked what my biggest priority would be should I keep my council seat in the upcoming election, I would say it’s jobs.

    With plant closings in our area, you see the long lines at the S.C. Employment Security Commission, which is right next door to where I work. It’s always on my mind as I know people are hurting financially right now.

  • Clark's dash delivers win

    Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    BLYTHEWOOD – Lancaster High senior running back Jamias Clark’s “shot” in this Kansas Shootout left the Bruins standing tall and proud in a thrilling 13-10 Region IV-AAAA football road win over Blythewood on Friday night.

    Clark capped the LHS comeback victory, blasting through a right-side hole on a five-yard sprint to lift the Bruins, 6-2, 1-1, to the three-point win in overtime, also known as a Kansas Shootout.

  • Turnovers costly in IL road defeat

    ERIC ROWELL

    For The Lancaster News

    RICHBURG - A wet, sloppy night proved costly for Indian Land as Lewisville defeated the visiting Warriors 19-6 in Conference III-A football play.

    Indian Land had two costly fumbles which led to 12 points for the opportunistic Lions.

    Lewisville opened the scoring on an Isaiah Johnson 30-yard scoring run on the Lions' first possession. Logan Pemberton's conversion kick was no good, leaving LHS up 6-0.

  • AJ stuffs Caps in 10-6 victory

    Kim Roberts

    For The Lancaster News

    COLUMBIA - Andrew Jackson's defense stopped Columbia quarterback Kevin Davis at the one-foot line on the last play of the rain-soaked game to preserve a heart-stopping 10-6 victory for the Volunteers in a key Region IV-AA football game.

    The Vols appeared poised to win the game when linebacker Kody Faulkenberry recovered a Caps' fumble at the AJ 9 with 2:10 left. AJ returned the favor, fumbling at the AJ 21 with 49 seconds left.

  • Story sad about Lancaster, but folks will turn things around

    Lancaster, S.C., has been named America’s most vulnerable city. This makes me sad.

    This town was once a town that lived and thrived due to Springs Industries. And now I read in “Forbes Magazine” that it’s just a sad little town due to unemployment figures, poverty and education.

    Well, let me tell you what I know and remember about Lancaster. My father’s family is from this town and my grandparents have always lived there. I grew up spending many weekends there as well as lots of weeks during the summer.

  • Paper carriers just can't win

    You know, I was kind of glad to see paper carriers get their due during National Newspaper Week.We should honor those who deliver the local news to our homes.Newspapers have been called many things from rags and birdcage liners to sources of enlightenment.Nothing is more aggravating than a walk to the street on a cool, crisp morning to find an empty tube (that’s industry lingo for a paper box).

  • Mustangs blank Buford

    The South Middle School Mustangs scored a touchdown in each half on the way to a 16-0 football win over previously unbeaten Buford on Wednesday at Memorial Stadium.South improved to 5-1 with the win. Buford fell to 5-1.South’s Rashawn Cloud picked off a screen pass and raced 70 yards with 35 seconds left in the half to snap a scoreless tie. J.J. Massey scored on the first of his two-point conversions to make it 8-0 at the half.In the second half, a Marqui Stanback interception set up SMS’s second score, a 27-yard run by Mardarius Bailey.