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Today's News

  • Missing 69-year-old IL woman found
    Missing 69-year-old Indian Land woman, Lula Jane White, has been found and is safe.
    The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office issued a release earlier stating that White was last seen Saturday at the Quick Trip on Charlotte Highway in Indian Land, but had left her vehicle and personal items at her home. 
    The release also advised that she could appear to be disoriented because it was unknown whether she had her prescribed medication with her.
     
  • P-31 hosts Public Safety Family Night

    The Lancaster Post 31 baseball team returns to play Monday night with a special night at Eggleton Field.

    P-31’s Public Safety Family Night will be held 5-7 p.m. prior to Lancaster’s League V home game with York Post 66.

    The Public Safety Family Night is sponsored by Lancaster County and the City of Lancaster.

    Prior to the 7 p.m. game, the event will feature a 911 call simulator, fire truck tours, DUI goggles, Andy the Ambulance and sno cones.

  • Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models return to LMS

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models, a popular and successful late model racing series in the Carolinas, will return to Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

    The Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models Series has become a popular division at LMS over the past two seasons.

    The BROLM has averaged between 14-20 cars at every race they have had this season.

    Fans can expect a full field when the Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models make a stop at LMS.

  • County quartet set for North-South All-Star softball games

    Four Lancaster County high school softball stars will cap their prep diamond careers next week in the annual Coaches Association of Women’s Sports (CAWS) all-star games.

    Lancaster High School’s Summer Clinton and Gracie Revels along with Andrew Jackson High School’s Savannah Small and Buford’s Kristin Wemes will play in the annual North-South All-Star games at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

  • Warriors salute diamond stars

    INDIAN LAND – The Indian Land High School baseball celebrated its record-breaking season, honoring a host of people who contributed to the Warriors’ 22-9 team this spring.

    The Warriors had four players selected to the All-Region IV-AAA baseball team, led by ace pitcher Nolan Bolt, named the Region IV-AAA Player of the Year for the 2018 season.

    Bolt hit .389 with 27 RBIs and 14 doubles. On the mound, the right-hander was 8-1 with an 0.89 earned run average.

  • Piranhas prevail over Camden

    The Lancaster County Piranhas swim team upped its record to 2-0 on the season, taking a 376-167 win over Camden at the Kershaw Pool in Stevens Park on Thursday.

    The Piranhas opened the 2018 season with a home win over Lake Wylie on Monday at the Lancaster County Pool.

    The LC girls outscored Camden, 188-87 and the LC boys outscored the Camden boys, 188-80.

    The Piranhas were paced by a host of swimmers in the 209-point win over the Kershaw County team.

  • Horton’s new book recounts ‘a golden age of growing up’

    Columbia author Mac Horton just released his second book of short stories, most chronicling his upbringing in Heath Springs.
    It’s called “Shelter Rock Rides Again!” and follows a pattern similar to his first, “Tales from Shelter Rock and Beyond,” which he published last year.
    The new book contains 104 additional short stories about his youth in Heath Springs, his career and his travels.

  • Fresh from the fields

    The 2018 Ag+Art Tour kicked off with a Lancaster County-grown, farm-to-table dinner at the Springs House Thursday evening.
    “Take Me Home, Country Roads” welcomed folks when they walked in, with P.J. Brunson strumming the melody on her Martin acoustic guitar.
    The resounding “pop” of corks removed from wine bottles, the clinking of glasses and the drone of speech and laughter filled the stately mansion Thursday evening.
    For See Lancaster Coordinator April Joplin, this is her favorite part of the tour.

  • Wreck leads to Indian Land power outage

    An overnight power outage in Indian Land last weekend was caused by a wreck that took out a power pole, inconveniencing hundreds of customers and shutting down numerous businesses along a busy swath of the U.S. 521 corridor.
    In addition to the outage, which began Saturday evening and extended into late Sunday morning for some, a number of customers of Duke Energy Carolinas also reported that a power surge that occurred once electricity was restored fried their major appliances and electronics.

  • 5th District hopeful Moore talks to county Democrats

    In the scramble since last month’s revelation about Archie Parnell’s long-ago domestic abuse, the other three Democrats running for the 5th District congressional seat haven’t created much of a stir in Lancaster County.
    Candidate Sidney Moore tried to change that Thursday night, attending the monthly meeting of the Lancaster County Democratic Party.