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Today's News

  • Beauty pageant causes controversy at Indian Land Elementary School

    Indian Land Elementary School became the focus of unwanted media attention after a flyer sent home with students last week announcing what appeared to be a school-sponsored beauty pageant setting off an outcry from some parents.

    Though the Oct. 20 pageant has since been canceled, organizers say they’ve decided to go ahead with it anyway, but under a new name.

  • Woman arrested for package theft; second charged with identity theft

    A Lancaster woman was arrested last month after an investigation into stolen UPS packages.

    Jodi Ann Bowker, 44, 2298 Cane Mill Road, was arrested Sept. 19 and charged with three counts of theft of a controlled substance, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release. 

    Bowker was arrested by Lancaster County Drug Task Force agents after the conclusion of a joint investigation between the task force and UPS loss prevention employees.  

  • Burglary suspect arrested again in connection to another burglary

    Only two weeks after a Lancaster man was arrested on burglary charges, deputies arrested him again last week in connection with another burglary. 

    Joseph J. Hinson, 26, 1134 Laurel Ave., was arrested Monday, Oct. 1 on charges of burglary and drug possession, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office press release. 

    After an investigation into the burglary of a Hoke Road home on Sept. 26, authorities developed Hinson as their suspect, the release said. 

  • Car runs off road, hits two vehicles

    The S.C. Highway Patrol is investigating an accident that sent five people to the hospital Wednesday night, Oct. 3.

    A 2005 four-door Toyota was traveling south on Country Club Road at about 11 p.m. Wednesday when the driver ran off the right side of the road, said Lance Cpl. Billy Elder of the Highway Patrol.

    The car struck a group of trees and then hit two vehicles that were parked on private property – a 1995 GMC pickup truck and a 2003 Chevrolet SUV, Elder said.

  • LHS swimmers set for Class AAAA state meet

     

       

    The Lancaster High School swim team, led by senior Jory Pettit, is set for the Class AAAA state meet Saturday at the University of South Carolina Natatorium at 11 a.m.

  • Clyburn's versatile for Vols

     

       

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson High School head football coach David Moore describes talented Volunteers’ senior player Gavin Clyburn as having a “good upside.”

  • Clash ready to roll at LMS

     

       

    The Carolina Clash, after a rain out last Saturday night, is ready to roll at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The Clash offers $4,000 to win.

  • Seegars set for Clemson Hall of Fame induction Saturday

    Former Clemson All-American Stacy Seegars returns to the field where he made a huge impact with Clemson football on Saturday afternoon.

  • Ethics Cojones 101 – the people, politicians, press

    Our state is on the front end of what should be a huge fight about ethics reform.
    To say this fight is important to the future of our state is like saying an oasis is important to a man in the desert. Our duty, as citizens with a huge stake in the outcome of this contest, will be to ensure that the reform we wind up with this time isn’t just another political mirage. And that’s going to take what one well-respected South Carolinian recently called cojones.

  • On the Ballot

    Following are the contested races in the Nov. 6, 2012, general election
    Lancaster County Sheriff
    u Barry Faile (D-i)
    u Scott Case (R)
    Lancaster City Council
    (non-partisan)
    * District 3
    u Linda
         Blackmon-Brace (i)
    u Jackie Harris
    * District 4
    u Tamara Green
        Garris (i)
    u Jean S. Cureton
    Lancaster County Council
    * District 5
    u Kathy Sistare (D-i)
    u Steve Harper (R)
    Statehouse