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  • ILHS attendance supervisor dies Saturday

    INDIAN LAND – Indian Land High School is mourning the loss of longtime attendance supervisor Beverly Cato-Gibby.

  • Missing woman found dead

    A Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputy found the body of a missing Charlotte woman in a pond south of Indian Land late Wednesday morning, Oct. 30, after stopping to investigate a car parked beside Charlotte Highway.

  • USCL gets more state dollars

    Due to a static funding formula used by the S.C. Assembly to fund higher education, University of South Carolina Lancaster’s funding has not kept up with that of other regional campuses on a per-pupil basis. 

  • USCL gets more state dollars

    Due to a static funding formula used by the S.C. Assembly to fund higher education, University of South Carolina Lancaster’s funding has not kept up with that of other regional campuses on a per-pupil basis.
    The Lancaster legislative delegation, including Reps. Deborah Long and Mandy Powers-Norrell and Sens. Greg Gregory and Vincent Sheheen, was able to secure a 26 percent increase in state funding for USCL in the 2013-14 budget.
    Legislators were assisted in this effort by Lancaster resident and USC board of trustees member Hugh Mobley.

  • Doster’s work in Raleigh exhibit

    Local artist Bob Doster will participate in the ANYTHING GOES 2013 exhibit opening today, Nov. 1, at Litmus Gallery & Studios, 312 W. Cabarrus St., Raleigh, N.C.
    Doster, a metal sculptor and owner of Doster’s Backstreet Studio in downtown Lancaster, has received numerous awards for his work, including South Carolina’s highest artistic honor, the Elizabeth O’Neill Verner Award.
    Attendees at today’s opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. will vote for the People’s Choice Award.

  • Missing Charlotte woman found dead in Indian Land

    A Lancaster County Sheriff’s deputy found the body of a missing Charlotte woman in a pond south of Indian Land late Wednesday morning, Oct. 30, after stopping to investigate a car parked beside Charlotte Highway.
    Lancaster County Coroner Mike Morris identified the woman as Sharon D. Clifton, 61, reported missing by family members several days earlier.
    Clifton, Morris said, died of self-inflicted wounds after parking her car at the nearby entrance to an overgrown, wooded lane off Charlotte Highway about two-tenths of a mile south of Charles Pettus Road.

  • Council nixes agribusiness center

    Small business owners who were lining up to use Lancaster County’s Agribusiness Development Center will have to find new places to mix their sauces or package foods after county officials shut down the program Monday night, Oct. 28.

  • Heartwarming homecoming

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson Middle School sixth- grader Joshua Massey was so attentive to his teacher on Monday, Oct. 28, he was oblivious to the impromptu entrance of a special visitor. 

  • Native American Heritage Month kicks off Friday

    University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Center in Lancaster kicks off its celebration of National Native American Heritage Month on Friday, Nov. 1.

  • Truck hits pedestrian

    A Heath Springs man was flown to Palmetto Health Richland Hospital in Columbia Friday afternoon, Oct. 25, after he was hit by a pickup truck while crossing the road near his home on Hoke Road.