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Today's News

  • Lancaster County Sharks notch win over Camden

     

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation swim team posted a 329-148 win over host Camden on Saturday, June 20.

    The LCST Sharks had a solid effort, which was led by Amelia Wright, Makenzy Mills, Simon Wright, Taylor Teague, Nathan Reid and Gracie Scott who had four wins each.

  • AAA stars win district

     

    The Lancaster Dixie Baseball Class AAA all-stars capped an unbeaten run –5-0 – to the District 2 championship and a state title tournament berth with a 9-4 win over Union in York on Wednesday, June 24.

  • LCPRC Angels stars soar to crown

     

    The Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Commission Dixie Softball Angels all-stars, in dramatic fashion, captured the district softball championship and a bid to the state tournament on Wednesday, June 24.

    The Lancaster Angels stars, age 10-under, posted two wins over Jefferson to take the district championship on Wednesday night.

  • Remove flag from S.C. Capitol grounds

    If the S.C. General Assembly doesn’t get the Confederate battle flag off the Statehouse grounds after what happened in Charleston last week, then we may as well replace the Palmetto Tree on the proper state flag – the beautiful blue one – with a swastika.

    I’m sick of the cockeyed excuses from state politicians about why the Confederate flag issue is so complicated.

  • Confederate heritage group issues statement on massacre

    On the night of June 17, an attempt was made to break the spirit of all South Carolinians. The deranged mind of a horrendous individual entered Emanuel AME Church in Charleston and took the lives of nine admirable individuals.

    This historic house of God became the scene of a brutal massacre beyond understanding. We all contemplate, why did this happen? Perhaps this is a question that cannot be answered. What kind of a world are we leaving behind for our children, when you can’t go into God’s house without the threat of being gunned down?

  • Council denies extra funds for LCEDC employee benefits

    A vote by county officials to provide two additional months of funding for health insurance benefits for Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. employees failed Monday night, June 22, leaving the fate of those health benefits up in the air.

  • County voter precinct names, locations change

    New legislation signed by South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley earlier this month approved massive precinct changes for voters in Lancaster County’s Panhandle along with minor changes to other county precincts.

  • Boxer pup is SPCA’s miracle baby

    The Lancaster SPCA, (Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) a nonprofit animal rescue dedicated to saving unwanted dogs and puppies in the Lancaster County area, recently rushed to action to preserve a litter of puppies when the mother dog unexpectedly died.

  • Sharpe wins Crook Memorial

     

    Travis Sharpe captured the second annual Buddy Crook Memorial Race, featuring the Monster Minis at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday, June 20.

    The Monster Minis front row for the $2,500-to-win Buddy Crook Memorial had Wes Helms and Nick Walker.

  • County softball stars battling in district tournament play

     

    Three Lancaster County Parks and Recreation Dixie Softball all-star teams entered play Tuesday, June 23, seeking to stay alive in district tournament play.

    The Lancaster American League Darlings, ages 7-8, are 3-1 in the double-elimination field in Pageland.