I am glad to report that Northeastern Technical College is set to receive $2.3 million in funding for a new industrial training center in Pageland and other needs as the S.C. House of Representatives sends its completed budget to the Senate.
After meeting with NETC officials and industry leaders in Pageland, it was apparent that a new training facility was urgently needed to address the present and future demands for skilled employees in District 53.
Blue and gold stars of Lancaster High School winter sports drew the spotlight, with the Class AAA state champion LHS girls basketball team leading the way on Wednesday, March 18 in the school’s auditorium.
On behalf of the students and staff of Lancaster High School, we would like to express a heartfelt appreciation to the fans of the Lady Bruins basketball team. Our fans demonstrated fantastic support during the recent playoff run.
Winning a state championship is quite an accomplishment, and completing a season at 27-0 is phenomenal. This great group of young ladies handled themselves with class on and off the court. Coach Ronnie Robinson and his staff provided great direction and leadership. In short, he is the type of man you want your kids to be around.
MYRTLE BEACH – The editorial staff of The Lancaster News, Carolina Gateway and Pageland Progressive Journal took home an outstanding 32 awards for newspaper excellence from the S.C. Press Association meeting Saturday, March 14.
The Lancaster County School District and University of South Carolina Lancaster are working on a possible expansion of their existing dual enrollment program that allows high school students to earn college credit.
The giving of the green – in this case scholarship funds for the University of South Carolina Lancaster and Clemson University – had a gathering of folks sporting St. Patrick’s Day grins on Tuesday, March 17.