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Today's News

  • Mavericks blank Warriors, 36-0

    INDIAN LAND – Opportunistic Marvin Ridge made the most of Indian Land mistakes on the way to a 36-0 win over the Warriors at the IL Reservation on Friday night.

  • Lions hold off Jackets for win

    BUFORD – Buford High School’s home football clash with visiting Lewisville proved to be a tale of two halves.

    Unfortunately for the Jackets, the story didn’t have a happy ending, with Lewisville taking a hard-fought 21-14 win.

  • Bengals roar by Bruins on early spurt

     

       

    BLYTHEWOOD – A return to Blythewood wasn’t the remedy the Lancaster Bruins were looking for in a 21-12 loss to the host Bengals on Friday night.

  • Whitley, Fair key AJ win

    KERSHAW – Andrew Jackson quarterback Kolby Whitley accounted for five touchdowns, including three strikes to fleet receiver Quadarius Fair, in leading the Volunteers past Great Falls, 35-15 at Andrew Jackson on Friday night.

  • Program helps seniors living in long-term facilities

    A few months ago, a bank contacted a local area agency on aging to speak to an ombudsman regarding a customer’s overdrawn checking account. After looking into the situation, it soon became evident that a staff member from a long-term care facility had befriended a resident who had vision and hearing difficulties.

  • Presidential experience was a chief attraction

    Labor Day weekend was quite a treat for me, especially that Sunday.
    I was aboard Air Force One and I visited the Oval Office, just a few feet from the president’s famous desk.
    You might find that hard to believe, and if I tell you I wasn’t even in Washington, you are probably scratching your head more than an undecided voter.
    OK, I’ll let you in on what went down.
    My family and I visited the American Presidential Experience,, billed as a “nonpartisan interactive exhibit of the American Presidency.”

  • Kmart to close store in December

    The big red letter K that has anchored a Main Street shopping center for years will soon be a thing of the past.

    Kmart informed employees at its Lancaster location Wednesday, Sept. 12, that the store will close by the end of the year, said Kim Freely, a spokeswoman with Sears Holding Corp., Kmart’s parent company.

    Kmart has been at 960 N. Main St. since 1992, she said.

  • Happy Birthday, Coach Kersey

    The likeness of the late Mike Kersey was painted on the spirit rock in front of Indian Land Middle School on Thursday, Sept. 13, in honor of his birthday, which was that day. Kersey, the high school’s former wrestling coach and physical education teacher at Indian Land Elementary School, died Oct. 4, 2011, from injuries sustained in an all-terrain vehicle accident.

       

  • Patching the problems: hidden costs and possible solutions: The Long Road, part 3 of 3

    As motorists head out the door for their morning commute, coffee cups in hand, the sound most would like to hear is their favorite song playing on the radio.

  • City names Heath to top court post

    Cammie Heath said she hoped for this moment and now it’s become a reality.

    City Council voted unanimously at its Tuesday, Sept. 11, meeting to appoint Heath as the city of Lancaster’s new court administrator. She succeeds Darlene Whitley, who retired earlier this year.

    Heath, who served as interim court administrator the past few months, has been with the city for nearly 11 years, working as an associate municipal judge.

    Her appointment as court administrator took effect immediately.