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Today's News

  • Church News
    Week Ahead
    Mobile food truck April 20
    The Christian Services mobile food truck will be at Zion Pilgrim Baptist Church, 1829 Beacon Road, Lancaster, 8:30-10:30 a.m. April 20. One set of food will be given per address. To qualify, you must live in Lancaster County, have a valid picture ID, show proof of residency and meet income guidelines. For income guidelines or details, visit the Christian Services Food Pantry.
    Body of Believers movie night
  • Coming Events

    Week Ahead

    Artists, vendors needed for Red Rose Festival

    Artists, craftsmen, food vendors, nonprofit agencies and commercial vendors are needed for the 2018 Red Rose Festival on May 18 and 19. Those interested should apply online by April 20 at www.lancastercitysc.com, e-mail Events and Festivals Manager Joe Timmons at events@lancastercitysc.com or call (803) 289-1498.

    NASC Lunch and Learn program

  • Horn wins third national crown

    Indian Land area youth wrestler Joshua Horn has captured his third national wrestling title.

    Horn, who had a slow start to his wrestling season with a broken ankle to miss the first two months of mat action, came on strong.

    Horn finished on top with his third national title.

    He traveled to the AAU All-American Spring Nationals in Kingsport, Tenn., where he had three straight pins earning him his third national title.

    He was also named “All-American Wrestler” for the sixth time.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models Return

    The popular Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series returns to Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night to highlight racing action.

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models were at LMS on March 31 when Brian “Meathead” Carswell took the lead in the opening laps, but was pressured by Ricky Weeks for numerous laps.

    Weeks made his move on Carswell to take the lead exiting turn four. Weeks pulled side by side with Carswell, roaring down the front straightaway.

  • Lady Warriors blitz Camden

    The Indian Land Lady Warriors built a 3-0 halftime lead on the way to a 7-0 home win over Camden High School on Tuesday.

    Summer Bishop scored four goals in the Lady Warriors’ win.

    Kelsey Long, Kailee Erwin and Emily Gerdes each tallied a goal for ILHS.

    Erwin also had an assist in the ILHS win.

    Indian Land had 33 shots on goal to none for the Lady Bulldogs.

    Emma Thompson tallied the shutout for Indian Land. Mary Morgon had 12 saves for Camden.

    Indian Land, 13-3-1, improved to 7-0 in region play.

  • Bruins avenge loss to Cats

    The Lancaster High School golf team avenged its lone regular-season golf loss in a three-way match on Tuesday at the Lancaster Golf Club.

    The Bruins, who fell to Rock Hill by a shot in a match earlier this season, posted two wins over Class AAAAA golf teams at the LGC.

    Lancaster shot a 151, followed by Rock Hill with a 154 and Nation Ford’s 160.

    Brady Hinkle and Mason Tucker each shot an even-par 36 to lead LHS, 5-1.

    Simon Wright carded a 39.

    Trey Crenshaw finished with a 40 and Nick Mangano had a 43.

  • Bruins top RNE Cavaliers 6-4

    The Lancaster Bruins avenged an earlier season Region III-AAAA loss, downing Richland Northeast, 6-4 on Tuesday at the Cavaliers field in Columbia.

    Hunter Thomas hurled the win in seven innings, allowing six hits, four walks and an earned run.

    Thomas struck out one.

    Logan Phillips paced the Bruins offense with three hits and three RBIs.

    Gillis Robinson supplied two hits and a RBI.

    Raul Garcia-Mora had two hits and a walk. Anson Taylor drilled two hits and had a sacrifice bunt.

  • Lady Vols win region crown

    The Andrew Jackson High School Lady Volunteers, in impressive fashion, wrapped up the Region IV-AA softball title with an 8-1 win over Cheraw High School at AJ on Tuesday night.

    The Lady Volunteers bolted to a 5-0 lead and cruised to the seven-run win behind hurler Rebecca Price, who tossed a three-hitter at the Lady Braves.

    Price struck out three and allowed no walks.

    Price had two hits and drove in a run for the Lady Vols, who improved to 14-7 overall, 9-2 in region play.

    Morgan Eason and Carley Sims each had two hits.

  • Garris: We must listen to citizens, take action

    Tamara Green Garris is fiercely proud of her hometown, and says she’s running for mayor to continue moving it forward.
    “I’m native born in Lancaster – raised and reared,” the 44-year-old mayor pro tem said Thursday. “I grew up in the district I represent.
    “I won’t be the kind of mayor that will only show up on Tuesday or at budget meetings,” she said. “I will go out and touch citizens by working with them and listening to them.”

  • Column: FBI, DOJ now top weapons of the ‘deep state’ Trump bashers

    In the early 1970s, political operatives disguised as delivery men broke into a D.C. office to steal information. This break-in was to get information on the political opposition.
    We now know this event as Watergate. The media reported on the break-in as the crime, not the information that was gathered.