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Today's News

  • Lancaster, Buford girls post wins

     

       

    KERSHAW – Lancaster rallied to edge host Andrew Jackson, the second-ranked team in the Class AA state poll, in a 3-2 win on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in the fourth annual Lancaster County Classic Preseason Softball Tournament.

  • LHS honors winter stars

     

       

    Gems of the gym were in the blue and gold spotlight at the annual Lancaster High School winter sports awards night on Wednesday, February 27 in the LHS auditorium.

  • Comporium tourney continues today, Saturday

    Play in the third annual Comporium Preseason Invitational wraps up Saturday at Buford Park where the Jackets will host four games. The action includes a seventh-place game, fifth-place game, third-place game and the championship game at 6 p.m.

  • Not from around here

    By late Saturday afternoon, Feb. 9, the 20-yard metal dumpster between the Daughters of the American Revolution monument at Buford Battleground and the monument placed there during the 226th anniversary was full of brush and yard debris for the second time.

    An inspection of the 2-acre property shows a few sawed-up limbs on the ground that wouldn’t fit into the dumpster.

    There are also several mounds of fresh-raked leaves on the back of the tract near a barbed-wire fence where cattle do what cattle do.

  • Parsons elected potentate

    From release
    Gary Parsons was elected potentate of the Hejaz Shriners at the annual election held Saturday, Jan. 5.
    Hejaz has 4,851 members and the Shrine Center is located on Ranch Road in Mauldin, which also hosts an 18-hole championship golf course on about 300 acres.

    Parsons was born in Georgetown and educated in the Georgetown school system where he graduated from Winya High School in 1956.

    After serving in the U.S. Army, Parsons moved to Lancaster, where he still resides today.

  • Club tackles IL library landscaping

    Beverly Lane Lorenz
    For The Lancaster News

    The entire Indian Land community can now enjoy the major landscaping project at the Del Webb Library at Indian Land.

    “I have the most wonderful news,” said Carol Williams, president of the Sun City Carolina Lakes  Mums & Poppies Garden Keepers Club, who made this project their mission.

    “A very generous donation from one of our members was just received (last fall). This donation put us over the top. We have reached our goal of $6,246.99.

  • South Carolina needs stronger Freedom of Information Act

    It’s probably fair to say that a lot of people in our society feel a healthy dose of skepticism toward many politicians.
    It’s not unreasonable to feel that way, either.
    After all, if you read the paper or watch the news, it’s not very hard to find reasons to raise your eyebrows, or even your voice, over decisions they make about spending your money.

  • Serving proudly

    Hall finishes basic training
    U.S. Air Force Airman Michael L. Hall recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. During the eight weeks of training, he completed intensive training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.
    Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

  • 'Beyond the Wild Wood comes the Wide World...'

    The friendship between a rat, mole, badger and toad is tested in the musical “The Wind in the Willows,” a production of The Community Playhouse of Lancaster County that opens Friday, March 1, at the Barr Street auditorium.

    The production, which runs until March 9, has catchy songs, plenty of comedy and audience participation that children and adults will enjoy, theater officials said.

  • Dean search at USCL down to three

    The University of South Carolina has announced three finalists in its search for a permanent dean to lead USC Lancaster.

    The announcement is a significant development in a search that began late last year to replace former USCL Dean Dr. John Catalano.

    Catalano stepped down Jan. 1 after 11 years at the helm of the university.

    Among the names on the short list are two current USCL officials: Dr. Maxie Myron “Ron” Cox Jr. and  Dr. Walter P. Collins III.