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Today's News

  • Lancaster netters blank York

     

    The LHS Lady Bruins tennis team improved to 4-0 with a 6-0 victory over the York Lady Cougars on Tuesday night in Lancaster.

    The LHS team came out strong and didn’t drop a set to capture their third region win of the season.

  • LMS set to host Dirt Wars

    Lancaster Motor Speedway will host the NDRA Dirt Wars on Saturday night, Sept. 15.

    The NDRA Dirt Wars will be for the NDRA GM Performance Late Models, with $3,000 going to the winner.

  • Consistency key for BHS

     

       

     Buford High School volleyball coach Robbie Loudermilk is hopeful the Lady Jackets can play on a consistent basis this season.

  • Locklear’s back to battle

     

       

    INDIAN LAND –The Indian Land Warriors’ football team is off to a disappointing 0-3 start, but IL senior lineman Jimmy Locklear sports a certain amount of excitement these days.

  • Abortion a selfish choice

    I write in response to “Activists resort to equal opportunity scare tactics” by Keith Brann in the Sept. 7 edition of The Lancaster News.

  • ‘Watching Out & Watching Over’ local community

    Residents of Sun City Carolina Lakes recently joined thousands of neighborhoods across America in the 29th annual Neighborhood Night Out, held Aug. 7.

    Community residents came together to enjoy the evening with Lancaster County Sheriff Barry Faile and the SWAT team, firefighters, EMS and Rescue Squad from Indian Land, the American Red Cross Disaster Response Unit and the Pink Tow Truck serving the Indian Land area.

    S.C. House Rep. Deborah Long and S.C. Sen. Greg Gregory joined the community and visited with residents.

  • Food coalition celebrates kick-off

    Gloria Kellerhals and Ben Boyles have been “joined at the hip” for hours on end.

    The two have worked together to increase awareness of the Catawba Regional Local Food Coalition.

    “Ben has worked hours and hours and hours,” Kellerhals said. “We’ve been together almost 24/7.”

  • Traffic accident leads to career change

    Ann Clingenpeel used to be a labor and delivery nurse at Piedmont Hospital. It was her dream job,and she enjoyed every minute of it.

    In 2010, all of that would change, and her life would become a testament to something good coming out of something very bad, in the form of a new – and unexpected – change in career.

  • A day to remember

    KERSHAW – The melody of the “Star-Spangled Banner” belted from Gordon Hann’s trumpet in a way that suggested strength and pride.

    Those within range stood at attention and listened intently as small American flags flapped slightly in the mild wind.

    While Hann’s musical notes spoke of freedom, the circle formed by the people on hand at Kershaw’s Stevens Park represented the type of unity that event organizers had in mind.

  • GF man shoots himself while trying to take pistol apart

    A Great Falls man remained hospitalized at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 11, a few days after accidentally shooting himself in the stomach.

    The 46-year-old man was found by deputies just after 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, inside an apartment in the 1000 block of Woodcreek Apartments, which is off Meeting Street, after the man’s friend called 911, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report.