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Today's News

  • Florida fugitive found in Lancaster

     Christopher Sardelli

    csardelli@thelancasternews.com 

    A Lancaster man caught on a store surveillance camera trying to shoplift was arrested this week on multiple charges, including a fugitive warrant from Florida. 

  • Warriors’ Rogers, Smith head county boys awards

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    The Indian Land Warriors were the toast of the Lancaster County prep basketball hardwood for the 2013-14 season.

    The Warriors, who finished 20-5 and the Class AA Upper State runners-up, won the Region IV-AA championship with an unbeaten record for the second straight season.

  • Gems of the county gyms

     Robert Howey

    rhowey@thelancasternews.com

    Two ace senior guards and a veteran coach who guided his team to a state title berth highlight The Lancaster News’ all-county honors for the 2013-14 girls basketball season.

    Andrew Jackson High School senior guard Dareisha Sowell and Lancaster High School senior guard Kyia Hough shared the County Player of the Year for girls basketball.

  • Bruins rally to earn first win

     

    The Lancaster Bruins rallied from an early 4-0 deficit to post their first win of the 2014 prep baseball season with a 9-6 Region IV-AAAA victory over York at Doomsday Corner on Friday, April 11.

  • Watts ready for new coaching challenge

     

    New Buford High School head football coach Tripp Watts isn’t wasting time as he assumes his new duties of leading the Jackets’ football program.

  • Vols extend links streak with two wins

     

    The Andrew Jackson High School golf team captured its 14th straight win Thursday, April 10 when the Volunteers downed Class A foe Great Falls and Region IV-AA opponent Cheraw at Kershaw Golf Club.

    The Vols, 14-0, 7-0 in region play, shot a 167, while Cheraw carded a 187 and Great Falls had a 214.

  • AJ’s Sowell, Farmer, LHS’s Hough lead girls honors

     

    Two ace senior guards and a veteran coach who guided his team to a state title berth highlight The Lancaster News’ all-county honors for the 2013-14 girls basketball season.

  • Warriors' Rogers, Smith head county boys awards

     

    The Indian Land Warriors were the toast of the Lancaster County prep basketball hardwood for the 2013-14 season.

    The Warriors, who finished 20-5 and the Class AA Upper State runners-up, won the Region IV-AA championship with an unbeaten record for the second straight season.

  • Instilling patriotism in today’s youth

    It’s often noted that today’s young people don’t have a strong sense of patriotism like their parents and grandparents did.

    Young people still love America and understand the importance of serving a cause greater than themselves. But it’s hard to ignore the fact that love of country and patriotic values aren’t instilled in young people today the way they were years ago.

  • Will S.C. miss the future?

    You may not know the name, but we in South Carolina need to listen to Larry Page. He is a very bright and very rich young man.

    A few years ago, he and his college roommate, Sergey Brin, started a little company with a funny name that has done right well. It’s called Google.

    In a recent interview, Page was asked about what makes companies grow and thrive or shrink and die. His response was simple. “Do they miss the future or do they get it?” he asked.