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Today's News

  • Column: Shame on the culture that glorifies Stormy Daniels

    Americans have been trashing our culture for over 60 years now. There is a lot of evidence that evil is growing because of the trashing of our culture.
    West Hollywood had a big to-do and clambered all over itself to award porn star Stormy Daniels the key to the city. She was given this award at an adult retail store on May 23, 2018. The faces of the men who encircled her really revealed their great delight at what they ignorantly promoted as an honor.

  • Gunshots damage 2 Kershaw houses

    A Kershaw neighborhood’s Memorial Day holiday was interrupted late Monday afternoon by gunshots that damaged two homes.
    The two homes on North Matson Street, just north of Smalls grocery in Kershaw, were both damaged by what appears to be bullet holes, Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Doug Barfield said.
    The homes are within walking distance of Kershaw Elementary.

  • Flood closes Scout camp named for Bob Hardin

    A Boy Scout camp named for Lancaster’s Bob Hardin has been closed for the rest of the summer after flash flooding wiped out roads and damaged structures at the campground.
    The Boy Scouts of America campground in Saluda, N.C., was originally named Camp Palmetto, but was renamed after Hardin in 1985.
    Hardin served as the district Boy Scout executive for Lancaster and Chester counties for 38 years. Under his leadership, the number of Boy Scout troops in Lancaster grew from 10 to 39, with more than 1,000 boys participating.

  • Sewer grant paves the way for Kershaw business park

    KERSHAW – The town has received a $326,115 grant from the S.C. Rural Infrastructure Authority to pay two-thirds of the costs for much-needed upgrades at its wastewater treatment plant.
    “When it’s all said and done, we’ll be upgraded to where we need to be,” said Kershaw Mayor Mark Dorman. “It needed to be done some time ago, but thankfully, we’re going to be doing this pretty soon.”  
    The total estimated cost is $489,950, with the town providing a one-third match of almost $164,000.

  • Promise Neighborhood tackles 15 homes on Clinton Avenue

    Mary Esther Culvert swept her front porch last Wednesday after volunteers had finished stripping her house to prep it for painting.
    A beaming smile spread across her face as she described the color she picked for the exterior of her home.
    “I’m so overwhelmed with happiness and gratefulness,” said Culvert.
    The Clinton Avenue resident was selected to have her home repaired and updated as part of Lancaster’s Promise Neighborhood project, which aims to improve the lives of residents in the Clinton Elementary attendance zone.

  • IL school sidewalk project is back on

    A derailed plan to build a sidewalk on the northwest side of River Road to improve student safety near Indian Land Middle and High schools may be back on track.
    The Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study committee (RFATS) tentatively agreed to pick up most of the cost at its May 18 meeting.
    “This is a great example of teamwork,” said Lancaster County Council member Brian Carnes, who currently chairs RFATS.

  • Pausing to honor the fallen

    About 100 people assembled in the shade Sunday afternoon at Lancaster Memorial Park – some in military uniforms, others wearing red, white and blue – to honor those who have served and sacrificed for their country.
    The city’s Memorial Day program included the Gold Star Mothers recognition of Nancy Walters and Doris Wilson, who both lost sons in Vietnam, and a memorial remembrance of local veterans who died within the last year.
    Another large gathering took place at the Buford Battleground site on Saturday.   

  • NGA Pro/Am Royal Cup Classic slated for Saturday

    The NGA Pro/Am Royal Cup Classic Natural bodybuilding championship, a Pro Qualifier, will be held at the Bundy Auditoriium at USC-Lancaster on Saturday.

    The event, held 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., will be the first pro bodybuilding show held in Lancaster.

    The fourth annual NGA Red Rose City Classic Natural Bodybuilding Championships(pro-qualifier) is Oct 13.

    The NGA Pro-Am Royal Cup Classic will feature a host of competitotors from across the nation, including a team coming from Texas.

  • Jackets honor ace golfers

    The Region IV-AA champion Buford High School golf team honored a pair of BHS veteran golfers with the Jackets top awards for the 2018 season.

    Caleb Henson and “T” Sutton were named the BHS golf MVPs for the 2018 season.

    Henson, an all-state selection, carded a 73 to finish fourth in the individual medalist competition at the Class AA state golf tournament at the Mount Vintage Golf Club in North Augusta earlier this month.

    Sutton, an all-region golfer, followed with a 79 during the Class AA state tournament.

  • Ronnie Mosley wins Helms Memorial Race

    Ronnie Mosley had the dominant car during the Robbie Helms Memorial race, but there was a sight to see during the pre-race lap.

    Robbie Helms’ race car, driven by his son-in-law Brent Hodges, led the field under a pre-race tribute to Helms.

    All who followed Helms career know he was a huge South Carolina Gamecock fan.

    Helms bled the Gamecocks colors, garnet and black.

    On this night at Lancaster Motor Speedway, fans might have thought they were in Columbia at 80,250-seat Williams-Brice Stadium.