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Today's News

  • Seattle selects Kipp Rollings

    Former Andrew Jackson High School baseball star Kipp Rollings has been thinking about a possible future in pro baseball for some five years.
    Wednesday afternoon, Rollings’ dream took a key turn to reality with a coveted phone call.
    Rollings, a standout pitcher at North Greenville University, received the call a serious diamond prospect would want.
    The Seattle Mariners called to tell him he had been drafted in the 24th round of the annual Major League Baseball Draft.

  • Kershaw trims budget, increases fees

    KERSHAW – Town leaders vowed to cut spending in the fiscal 2019-20 budget and are delivering on that promise.
    The proposed budget, unanimously passed on first reading Monday night, is set at $3.8 million, down from this year’s $3.9 million. One more reading is required.
    On paper, that’s a 2.6 percent decrease, but Mayor Mark Dorman said spending will actually be cut about 3.75 percent.

  • Kershaw trims budget, increases fees

    KERSHAW – Town leaders vowed to cut spending in the fiscal 2019-20 budget and are delivering on that promise.
    The proposed budget, unanimously passed on first reading Monday night, is set at $3.8 million, down from this year’s $3.9 million. One more reading is required.
    On paper, that’s a 2.6 percent decrease, but Mayor Mark Dorman said spending will actually be cut about 3.75 percent.

  • Kershaw trims budget, increases fees

    KERSHAW – Town leaders vowed to cut spending in the fiscal 2019-20 budget and are delivering on that promise.
    The proposed budget, unanimously passed on first reading Monday night, is set at $3.8 million, down from this year’s $3.9 million. One more reading is required.
    On paper, that’s a 2.6 percent decrease, but Mayor Mark Dorman said spending will actually be cut about 3.75 percent.

  • Commentary: Scott praises D-Day assault forces, honors those they freed from Nazis

    Editor’s note: Sen. Scott hosted a D-Day commemoration this week at the U.S. Capitol along with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Sens. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas). Here are excerpts of his remarks.

    Seventy-five years ago this week, soldiers from across this great nation, as well as England and Canada, descended on beaches in Normandy.

  • Editor's Column: The easiest way to increase your chance of saving someone’s life

    Greg Brasington’s left arm was turning an ugly color, and his hand was icy to the touch. He had no pulse at his wrist.
    “This hurts a lot,” said the special operations coordinator for Lancaster County EMS.
    Strapped to his upper arm was a small tourniquet, a life-saving device that Brasington keeps handy always, and not just on the job.
    “Everyone should have one of these,” he told the crowd at Wednesday’s Breakfast Rotary meeting. “You can get them on Amazon or Walmart.com for less than $10.”

  • KVLT unveils wildflower guide for Landsford Canal State Park

    From release
    At the annual LilyFest celebration last month, the Katawba Valley Land Trust unveiled a new guide to the flowers of Landsford Canal State Park.
    The full-color brochure features a map of the park, pictures and descriptions of 26 trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants, and a QR code to allow smartphone users to download the plant guide.
    The guide can also be accessed from the Katawba Valley Land Trust web site or picked up at the park.

  • Seniors can get USDA free produce vouchers

    From release

    The Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program returns this summer to help supplement the diets of low-income seniors with fresh, nutritious produce and support South Carolina’s small farmers.
    The seasonal USDA grant program allows individuals age 60 and older to buy fruits and vegetables from authorized farmers’ markets, roadside stands and community-supported agriculture programs from May through Oct. 15.

  • Column: Hammond’s switch pragmatic, but take close look at the GOP

    I read with amusement the Lancaster News article regarding Jeff Hammond’s switch from Democrat to Republican.
    I know the switch was made only to get re-elected in the 2020 county election. This letter is not aimed at Jeff but at the theatrics behind the announcement and what some might derive from such an event.

  • 100+ jobs available at job fair

    Cherri Flinn
    SC Works
    Across the country, it’s prime season for hiring employees, as new high school and college graduates enter the workforce and employers juggle staffing issues during summer vacations.
    To assist Lancaster County businesses that are staffing up and to help local job seekers find work, Lancaster County Economic Development is hosting a job fair from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. June 12 at INSP CrossRidge in Indian Land.