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Today's News

  • Grace UMC moves music outside church walls

    A seasonal concert series begins today, April 12, at Grace United Methodist Church, 1905 Country Club Drive, in a new venue the church plans to use for many upcoming special events. 

  • City accepting applications for summer interns

    College students with an interest in city government operations have an opportunity to engage in a 10-week summer internship program with the city of Lancaster from May 26 through Aug. 3.

  • Seth’s Hope 5K features run, health expo

     

    The Seth’s Hope 5K road race is set for Saturday, April 25 at the Gregory Health and Wellness Center at the University of South Carolina Lancaster.

    Runners can register at jackrabbittiming.com. Race day registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with the race set to begin at 8:30.

  • Cox tops in elite Myrtle Beach junior golf tourney

     

    Andrew Jackson High School sophomore golfer Emily Cox won the 12th annual Myrtle Beach Junior Shootout held at Myrtle Beach National West and South Courses on April 2-3.

    The two-day tournament drew players from five states as well as a female golfer from Mexico.

  • Former Warriors star Truesdale playing at USC

     

    Former Indian Land High School tri-sport athlete Rondreas Truesdale is back playing college football and looking to earn a roster spot at the University of South Carolina.

  • AJ golfers going strong on links

     

    For a team which didn’t open the season on a strong note, the Andrew Jackson High School golf team has charged out to a stellar 14-0 record, including an 11-0 Region IV-AA mark.

  • Jackets rally, top Bruins

     

    Lancaster lived up to its nickname, but never-say-die Buford lived another day on the unbeaten side in prep baseball.

    The Battlin’ Bruins battled, but the resilient Jackets survived in a 7-6 comeback win over Lancaster High at Doomsday Corner on Thursday, April 9.

  • Ussery column: We just wanted to play on Saturdays

    Saturday was always big for us young’uns on the farm, and it was no different the last Saturday in June 1954.
    If it wasn’t raining, Saturday was always washday; and our work load was cut by one-third since Daddy had a well drilled. No more hauling water from the spring and no more boiling clothes in wash pots. Mama had a used washing machine, and the sisters really liked it until the wringer tried to swallow one of them’s arm. Big young’uns were hanging clothes on the line while us little ones were putting socks and our underwear on bushes to dry.

  • Schmidt column: Obama locks out everyone

    The pilot was locked out of the cockpit. That phrase finally revealed the full horror of the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525.
    Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, in his single-minded madness, couldn’t be stopped because anyone who could change the jet’s disastrous course was locked out.
    It’s hard to imagine the growing feelings of fear and helplessness that the passengers felt as the unforgiving landscape rushed up to meet them.

  • Judge sentences David Adam Pate to life in prison

    A Circuit Court judge sentenced David Adam Pate of Lancaster to life in prison Thursday, April 9, after Pate pleaded guilty to the Oct. 17, 2013, murder of Rickey W. James of Wallace.