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Today's News

  • Walters shoots 62, ties course record

    Drew Walters has etched his name with the elite in Lancaster Golf Club history.

    The 29-year-old avid Lancaster golfer tied the course record, shooting a 10-under 62 to tie the mark held by former Buford High School star golfer Trevor Banks, a prep state champion at BHS.

    Walters, over 18 holes from the white tees, posted 10 birdies and eight pars. He had five birdies on the front nine and five on the back.

    Prior to Walters and Banks, the late Doc Catoe held the old LGC record of 63.

  • Antioch pumpkin patch full of fall fun, learning

    Indian Land Elementary School students filed off the bus Thursday into a field with hundreds of pumpkins at Antioch Baptist Church’s seventh-annual Great Pumpkin Patch.

    LeighAnn Edmondson and Tiffany Evans’ special-needs classes ran straight to the pumpkins sitting on pallets, tables and bleachers.

    Edmondson said her class has learned about the lifecycle and different sizes and colors of pumpkins.

  • USCL sets youth swimming lessons

     

     

    Youth swimming lessons at the Gregory Health and Wellness Center pool at USC Lancaster will be held Oct. 16-Nov.9.

    Classes meet Monday and Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 6:30, and 6:30 p.m. to 7.

    The Tuesday-Thursday classes are 6 p.m. to 6:30 and 6:30 p.m. to 7.

    Classes offered are aqua-tot, level 1, level 2 and level 3.

    Classes meet twice a week for four weeks.

  • Rams’ late charge decks Jackets

     

    BUFORD – The No. 11 Chesterfield Rams out-paced ninth-ranked Buford at Jackets Stadium, handing BHS its second consecutive Region IV-AA loss, 31-14 on Friday night.

    Buford, 5-2, led early, but let the game slip away late in the final period.

    All knotted at 14 to start the final quarter, Chesterfield took the early fourth-quarter lead when Travis Bowen scored on a four-yard run.

  • Bruins charge by Cavs

     Lancaster hasn’t had much to smile about at home this season, but the Bruins’ 2017 homecoming was happy.

  • Vols roll over Red Devils

     KERSHAW – The Andrew Jackson Volunteers got back on track in a big way Friday night.

  • Column: The simple lesson from Las Vegas: Evil exists

    Once again we have witnessed the graphic reality of evil. One man, for reasons yet unknown, decided to take the lives of as many as possible in an attack on a crowd enjoying a Las Vegas concert.
    He carefully chose the position to give him an unobstructed view of his target. He secretly, seemingly unnoticed, stockpiled a cache of weapons. At the most opportune moment, he opened fire on that large, unsuspecting crowd. As of this writing, 59 individuals are dead, including the gunman, and more than 500 injured, from this act of terror.

  • Column: A troubling visit to my hometown

    Recently, I visited my hometown of Lancaster and was perplexed by the number of stories I heard concerning violent crime there and the number of people who have gone to jail or prison over the past decade.
    To me, the demographics of Lancaster haven’t changed very much since I lived there in the 1960’s, but crime seems to be worse. Talking to many of my friends, it now seems that violence is tearing apart our city.

  • Lady Knights top Buford in region volleyball

    North Central rallied to hand Buford its first Region IV-AA volleyball loss on Tuesday during the Lady Knights’ annual pink out game at NCHS.

    North Central, the defending region champion, opened with a 27-25 win over the Lady Jackets, but BHS rallied for two straight wins, 25-18 and 25-19.

    North Central, in game four, forced a decisive fifth game with a 25-17 win.

    In the final match, the host Lady Knights rallied for a 20-18 win.

    North Central and Buford are now tied for the region lead, each with a 9-1 mark.

  • Bruins senior duo versatile

    Lancaster High School senior football players Kendrick Shropshire and Ben Rivers aren’t household names among LHS football fans, but they have their place.

    “I call them blue-collar Bruins,” LHS fourth-year head football coach Bobby Collins said. “They don’t grab all the headlines and accolades, but what they do and the way they play are vital for us.