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Today's News

  • Lady Vols Upstate champs

    Andrew Jackson punched its ticket to the Class AA state championship softball series in resounding fashion Friday, May 15 at the Lady Volunteers’ softball field.
    AJ, 26-6, drilled 11 hits on the way to an impressive 9-2 win over Crescent High School of Iva for the Class AA Upper State softball championship.
    The Lady Vols’ solid seven-run win advances AJ to the best-of-three Class AA state title series Monday, May 18 when coach Steve Middleton’s team faces Class AA Lower State champion Aynor High School.

  • Academic Magnet tops Indian Land 4-1 for Class AA soccer title

    Academic Magnet scored three unanswered goals in the second half to snap a 1-1 deadlock on the way to a 4-1 win over the Indian Land High School Warriors in the Class AA state championship soccer match Saturday, May 16, at River Bluff High School in Lexington.

    Raptors senior Reece Moore tallied three goals, two after the half to lift AM to its second straight state soccer title, the third in four years.

    Moore scored the Raptors first goal at the 33-minute mark, but IL tied the match on Jaordn Szustwal's goal about a minute later.

  • Noble column: S.C. kids doing worse (Part 1)

    I have written this column before. In fact, I’ve written this same basic column about this time every year for the past several years.
    And I’ll write it again next year, and every year for as long as I do this column because it’s so important. It’s about how well the children of South Carolina are doing. The answer in a word is – worse.

  • State arts honors Red Rose City

    COLUMBIA – From the top of York, as far west as Pickens, as far east as Horry and as far south as Beaufort, county leaders from across the Palmetto State gathered at the statehouse Wednesday, May 13, to be honored by the S.C. Arts Commission Council. 

  • Sheriff’s office seeks info on kittens deserter

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying persons of interest in the abandonment of six kittens in a trash can at the Walmart in Indian Land earlier this month. 

  • Taking ISO to the top rung

    Members of Lancaster Fire Department were celebrated with a reception in their honor in city hall Tuesday, May 12  just prior to the Lancaster City Council meeting.

  • Man faces heroin, marijuana distribution charges

    A Lancaster man faces multiple drug charges after a search of his home last week.

  • Roads a hot topic at city council meeting

    Lancaster City Council discussed the crucial issue of roads, which was not even on its agenda at the Tuesday, May 12, meeting, but is a current hot topic in media and homes across the state.

  • Limited Late Models highlight LSS card

     

    Lancaster Super Speedway will return the ever-popular Limited Late Model Division to highlight racing Saturday, May 16.

    The Limited Late Model Division is a fan favorite for years at the big half-mile oval.

  • Lady Vols face Crescent in AA Upstate title tilt

     

    Andrew Jackson is a win away from a bid to the Class AA softball state title series.

    The Lady Volunteers of veteran coach Steve Middleton will be at home today at 5 to face Crescent for the Class AA Upper State crown.