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Today's News

  • CPTC sends 10 to Hershey meet

    The Columbus Parker Track Club received 47 ribbons and qualified 10 athletes to compete in the Hershey state track meet on Saturday at Wando High School in Mt. Pleasant.An athlete had to place first or second in order to qualify.

  • Jackets pleased with drills

    Buford High School head football coach Mike Wells said the recently completed Jackets’ spring drills went well.

  • Lancaster will seek to rebound

    Nine days from today when Lancaster Post 31 returns from its annual June week break, it hopes to get on track in American Legion baseball League V play.P-31, 3-4, is 0-2 in league play after a pair of home losses to Fort Mill and Clover this week.“The League V games are the ones which get you in the playoffs, so we really have to focus on what we have to do there,” said Lancaster P-31 second-year manager Rashad Cunningham.Post 31 dropped a 13-11 loss to Fort Mill in Post 43’s opener on Monday after Lancaster held a 9-1 lead.

  • Man accused of carjacking

    A trip to Kmart turned to terror for one Lancaster mother, as a man stole her car with her two sons still inside from the store parking lot Thursday night.

    Phillip Keith Sims, 31, of 3346 Pageland Highway, has been charged with carjacking, using a knife during commission of a violent crime and resisting arrest.

    Police say Sims stole a gray van from a 29-year-old woman in the Kmart parking lot on North Main Street after she had just secured her two sons in their car seats, according to a Lancaster Police Department incident report. The incident happened about 7:30 p.m.

  • Lazy bugs infest my La-Z-Boy

    It’s sad that environmentalists only want to protect things like Carolina Heelsplitters.I could use their help right now; I’m on the verge of being endangered, too, and I have Mother Nature to thank for it. According to my wife and a bunch of her girlfriends, our recent thundershowers and pollen have unearthed another critter which is disrupting households from the Panhandle to Boonetown and most places in-between.One of them found a cluster of small eggs nestled in the cushion of her husband’s La-Z-Boy recliner. S

  • Three Democrats, two Republicans vie for District 45 seat

    With the largest field of candidates for any local race this year, the race for S.C. House District 45 seat offers voters both diverse ideas and personalities.

    But on June 10, both the Democratic and Republican parties will narrow the field to just their nominees with an open primary.

    Current S.C. House District 45 Representative Mick Mulvaney, a Republican, will not be seeking re-election since he's vying for the S.C. Senate District 16 seat with Democrat Mandy Powers-Norrell.

    Democratic field

  • Sistare honest, trustworthy, civic-minded

    During these difficult economic times, it is good to see concerned and qualified people running for Lancaster County Council. I have known Kathy Sistare for many years and know her to be honest, trustworthy and to have strong community spirit.

    As a registered nurse, she has demonstrated her compassion for her fellow citizens.

  • Gardening a hobby all can enjoy

    Area garden clubs will celebrate National Garden Week from June 1-7 by showcasing, touring and improving some of the most beautiful gardens in the county.

  • Present every day for 12 years of school

    A friendly rivalry kept two Buford High School seniors going to school each and every day.

    It wasn't to achieve the highest grade point average or the best scores in sports.

    It was literally to come to school each day.

    Buford High's Joseph Morris and James Ellis, both 18, are the only two 2008 graduates in the Lancaster County School District to achieve 12 years of perfect attendance.

    "My mother made me go to school," said Morris, the son of Libby and Joey Morris. "So I can't take full credit for it. I don't get sick."

  • Post 31 charity ride scored a hit

    The fourth annual American Legion Post 31 charity ride was again a hit.“We were real pleased with the way it all went,” said Lancaster Post 31 athletic officer Mike Lucas.