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Today's News

  • ‘Pet resort’ coming to IL

    Panhandle pets will soon have a place to relax, socialize and enjoy some pampering while their owners are at work with the opening of Indian Land’s first Pet Paradise.  
    The Florida-based pet services provider, which has more than 40 locations in operation or under development across nine U.S. states, offers boarding, day camp, grooming and veterinarian services.
    The Indian Land site, located on Harrisburg Road, is scheduled to open in October.

  • ILHS classes of 1986 and before reunite at reunion

    by Sage Jadrnicek/For Carolina Gateway
    Indian Land High School graduates gathered to reconnect and reminisce at their reunion June 30 at Indian Land Elementary School.
    Everyone who graduated from ILHS at least 33 years ago is invited to reunite annually with old friends on the last Sunday of June, an event Julien Howey said he wouldn’t miss for anything.
    Howey, class of 1966, remembers when Indian Land was just a bump in the road on the way to Charlotte.

  • McCleod signs to dance at Limestone

    For the second time in two years, Indian Land High School has a senior who will attend Limestone College on a dance scholarship.
    Courtney McCleod will follow in Jessica Crook’s footsteps when she attends the Gaffney-based college this fall.
    Both were members of the Indian Land High School dance team under the direction of Laurel Kaufman.
    McCleod celebrated her signing day May 9, joined by her father James McCleod and his fiancee Angel Mackey, along with siblings Destiney and Markese and cousin Joshua Jacobs.

  • Campers learn to play ball at ILHS

    Indian Land High School hosted youth softball and baseball camps the last week of June. Here are some scenes from the camps for youth ball players.

  • Hansen column: Why must disagreement become us-vs.-them battle?

    Two parents sat, discussing the best way to teach their son about money.
    The mother wanted to give the son an allowance each month so that he would learn the consequences of saving and spending. She wanted him to do chores, but not to be financially compensated.
    “Chores are his duty as a member of this family,” she said.
    The father understood this point of view, but disagreed. He thought their son should earn his money for the chores that he completed.

  • Sports Shorts 7-17-19

    Free family fishing clinic July 20
    A free family fishing clinic will be held 10 a.m.-1 p.m. July 20 at Grandchildren’s Park in Sun City Carolina Lakes.

  • Otte signs to play baseball at Coker

    Indian Land High School baseball coach Joey Robinson said Warriors first baseman Lawson Otte won’t be stopped.
    That’s why he’s headed to the next level.
    Otte, who  battled a patella (kneecap) injury in his senior season, keeps on keeping on.
    “Lawson is driven to accomplish any task before him,” Robinson said.
    Back in fall practice, Otte dislocated his patella, and re-injured it when practice opened for the Warriors’ 2019 season.

  • Otte signs to play baseball at Coker

    Indian Land High School baseball coach Joey Robinson said Warriors first baseman Lawson Otte won’t be stopped.
    That’s why he’s headed to the next level.
    Otte, who  battled a patella (kneecap) injury in his senior season, keeps on keeping on.
    “Lawson is driven to accomplish any task before him,” Robinson said.
    Back in fall practice, Otte dislocated his patella, and re-injured it when practice opened for the Warriors’ 2019 season.

  • Kids learn how to fish

    The Sun City Sport Fishing Club led a free family fishing clinic May 18 at Grandchildren’s Park in Sun City Carolina Lakes. The next free family fishing clinic is 10 a.m.-1 p.m. July 20. For details or to register, call (803) 737-8483, email aquaticed@dnr.sc.gov or visit www.dnr.sc.gov/aquaticed.

  • Piranhas win 3 races in finale

    The Lancaster County Piranhas swim team capped its season at the Metrolina League Finale at the Rock Hill Aquatics Center on June 29.
    Fletcher Armbrust (boys 11-12) and Tamra Tipton (girls 13-14) led the Lancaster County team with two wins each.
    Hadlee Stroud (girls 6-under), posted a first to boost the Piranhas in the meet.
    Andrew Bell of Indian Land came in second in the 13-14 boys breaststroke race and third in individual medley.
    Diana Kiger of Indian Land placed sixth in the 15-18 girls  breaststroke and individual medley.