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Today's News

  • Sleeping man caught with lap full of drugs

    It’s not against the law to sleep in your car, as long as you don’t do it with illegal drugs in your lap.
    Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office deputies said that led to the arrest of an Indian Land man the night of May 15 at the 7 Eleven convenience store at the intersection of Charlotte Highway (U.S. 521) and Fort Mill Highway (S.C. 160).
    Brian John Bronson, 35, of 554 Silver Run Road, is charged with one count of possession with intent to distribute Schedule I, II or III drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

  • Board OKs 10-point grading for all schools

    The 10-point grading scale, mandated by the state last month for high schools, will take effect for all Lancaster County public schools beginning with the 2016-17 school year, the Lancaster County school board announced Tuesday night.
    “We would like to have the consistency across the board in the grading system,” Lancaster school Superintendent Gene Moore said.
    When school starts in August, the current 7-point scale will stop and the 10-point will begin. Parents will receive written notice with final report cards this semester.

  • Relay raises $165K, beats goal by 20%

    Lancaster County’s Relay for Life has blown past its fundraising goal by 20 percent, topping out at more than $165,000, thanks to the ongoing efforts of teams to push their totals higher after the April 29 annual event.
    “Lancaster has raised $165,337.12, which is nearly $30,000 over their goal,” said Jami Myers, Relay for Life’s regional senior director.
    The top four fundraising teams collected more than $10,000 each: Relay Rally Cats, $13,580; Team Dustin Carnes, $12,885; Founders Federal Credit Union, $11,345; and AR Rucker Middle, $10,100.

  • Lady Jackets fall to Dillon, play third match on Friday

    Dillion rallied with two runs in the ninth inning to down Buford 5-3 on Wednesday at BHS to force a decisive game three for the Class AA state softball championship Friday.

    Dillon's Skyler McCoy slammed a two-run homer in theninth to lift Dillon to the win.

    Buford rallied in the ninth, but the Lady Wildcats turned a game-ending double play to seal the win and even the best-of-three title series.

    Buford opened the series with a 3-0 win on Monday at Dillon.

    Read more about the game in the Friday edition of The Lancaster News.

  • Steele strong in capturing SECA Crate Late Model win at LSS

    Chis Steele captured the SECA Crate Late Model win to highlight action at Lancaster Super Speedway on Saturday night.
    Steele and Ted McDaniel were on the front row, and when the green flag fell, it was Steele, McDaniel, Benji Knight and Manley Chaney battling for the lead entering turn one.
    A caution in turns one and two and resulted in a restart. When the race restarted, it was Steele, McDaniel, Knight and Chaney battling for the lead.

  • Bishops rally, top Warriors for Class AA soccer crown

    IRMO – The Class AA state title match was a tale of two halves, with the final 40 minutes a disappointing yet familiar storyline for five-time Upper State champion Indian Land High School Warriors.
    The game Warriors battled hard, as they did in their previous four Class AA state title appearances, but came up short in a 4-1 loss to Class AA Lower State champion Bishop England.
    The first half, with the determined Warriors blunting the Bishops’ offensive threats, was a scoreless draw at Irmo High School’s W.C. Hawkins Stadium on Friday night.

  • BHS closing in on crown

    DILLON – Buford High School softball is a win away from Lady Jackets’ diamond heyday.
    Class AA Upper State champion Buford, 23-4, launched its quest for a state championship, taking a 3-0 win over Lower State champion Dillon on Monday at the DHS softball field.
    BHS, unbeaten in the playoffs with seven straight shutouts, closed in on the coveted state title with the three-run win over the Lady Wildcats, who fell to 21-7.

  • Column: Obama ignores Constitution, and Congress won’t stop him

    Did you notice the shift? Did you notice the change from a government of the people, by the people and for the people, to that of a monarch who bypasses all balance of power in order to impose his personal agenda on the American people?

  • ‘We played our hearts out’

    IRMO – As the state runner-up Indian Land Warriors received their silver medals at Irmo High’s W.C. Hawkins Stadium on Friday night, proud IL soccer supporters found the silver lining for the royal blue and Vegas gold faithful.
    Indian Land, for the fifth straight season, finished as the state runner-up in the Class AA state title soccer match, falling to Lower State champion Bishop England 4-1.
    Senior captain Garrett Gerdes had mixed emotions over the loss.

  • Animal shelter probe will last weeks

    The state investigation of the Lancaster County Animal Shelter will likely continue for at least a couple of weeks, County Administrator Steve Willis said Tuesday.
    The shelter will continue to respond to calls from rescue groups and the public and will open today with an abbreviated schedule, Willis said.