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Today's News

  • P-31 faces Carolina Cubs in exhibition game tonight

    The Lancaster American Legion Post 31 baseball team will play a pre-season exhibition game with the Community All-Star Baseball league Carolina Cubs tonight at 7:30 at the Eggleton Field.
    Admission is free and a concession stand will be available.
    “This a very talented team with a lot of former area players. They are currently undefeated in league play,” Lancaster Post 31 coach Jimmy Jackson said. “This game should be very exciting for the community and a great exhibition game.”

  • Lions’ Belk transferring from Clemson

    Travis Jenkins
    Landmark News Service
    When Josh Belk committed to play football at Clemson, he cited the strong family atmosphere at the school and said it was the place he wanted to call home for the next four years of his life.
    Now he’s leaving the Tigers program, citing family issues in his Chester County home.

  • LHS golfers made right choice

    Lancaster High School second-year head golf coach Joe Adams, reflecting on the Bruins’ Class AAAA state championship, said LHS made the right choice Monday afternoon.
    The Bruins, who captured their first-ever state golf championship with a 10-shot win on Tuesday at the Hackler Course at Coastal Carolina, had a choice Monday after the opening round of the two-day tournament.
    “They said they wanted to go to the beach,” Adams said. “I told them they could go to the beach and have a good time, or go to the driving range and work on their games.

  • Column: Last-minute wrangling over a single PSC seat

    On the last day of regular session Thursday, S.C. lawmakers in an unrecorded voice vote effectively approved a “do-over” election for a state Public Service Commission seat, allowing the incumbent to stay on months after his term expires and the opportunity to decide on matters related to the controversial V.C. Summer project.
    Lawmakers also overwhelmingly elected a former legislator and circuit judge to a four-year term on the seven-member PSC, which routinely raised electric rates for the failed nuclear project.

  • Commentary: Graham backs Trump on Iran nuclear deal, N. Korea talks

    Editor’s note: Last Thursday, White House communications aide Kelly Sadler was criticized for dismissing ailing Arizona Sen. John McCain’s opposition to President Trump’s CIA nominee, saying it “doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway.” On Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham appeared on CBS’ “Face The Nation” and discussed the remark, the Iran nuclear deal and talks with North Korea. Here are excerpts of his interview with host Margaret Brennan.

  • Pelican’s Snoballs in Lancaster experiences blizzard of business

    Caleb Clayton-Molby had dreams of being an NFL linebacker.
    He gave it his best shot, but fell just short. So now he's tackling the business world as owner of Pelican's Snoballs – and it's as big a hit as he ever experienced on the football field.
    “It’s been awesome,” he said.
    The establishment, which serves New Orleans-style shaved-ice treats, opened just weeks ago at 331 S. Main St. in downtown Lancaster. Already, it has become a go-to spot for families, who routinely swamp the shop seven days a week.

  • Felder has new hoops home in New Mexico

    Rakym Felder, the former Indian Land High School star basketball player who played one season at South Carolina, has a new school.
    Felder, a 5-10 guard, has signed with New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, New Mexico.
    Gamecocks’ men’s basketball coach Frank Martin released Felder, twice suspended at USC, on April 23.

  • Mattison captures Crook Memorial

    Jamie Mattison has been racing for a long time and a lot of years, he has captured numerous race wins during his legendary career.
    The Buddy Crook Memorial race, paying $4,000 to win, will be up there as one of his top  careers wins by far.
    For the Crook Memorial race Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway, Tack “Super Roofer” Brown and Matt Gilbert were on the front row.
    As soon as the green flag dropped, Brown, Gilbert, Nick “Hotrod” Walker and Rod Tucker battled for the lead.

  • Foundation to study how county’s health relates to its poverty

    Lancaster is one of nine counties nationwide selected by one of the country’s most prominent nonprofits for a grant that will be used to study the link between poverty and health.
    The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation picked Lancaster for one of its Roadmap to Health Community Grants.
    “I’m still pinching myself, because this puts us in the big pool,” said Dr. Paul McKenzie, research director for the Lancaster County School District.

  • Lady Cardinals down Buford for Upstate crown

    Landrum didn’t waste time in wrapping up the Class AA Upper State softball championship on Friday at the Lady Cardinals’ field.
    Landrum rolled to a 15-0 win over the Lady Jackets in five innings to win the Class AA Upper State championship and a bid to the state title series this week.
    The Lady Cardinals scored five runs in the first inning and added two in the second, a pair in the third and six in the fourth to wrap up the Class AA Upstate softball crown.