Council reverses Water Commission vote; Mitchell claims ‘prejudice’

  Batesburg-Leesville Mayor Lancer Shull has been re-installed as the Town’s representative on the Lexington County Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission following a special called meeting Tuesday night that…

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Goody’s now on course to become Gordmans this spring

  Across the front of the Goody’s clothing store in Batesburg-Leesville, two banners – one that reads STORE CLOSING SALE, the other saying AMAZON HUB – proclaim that the local…

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New auction house now taking bids in Batesburg-Leesville

  Father-and-son team Wayne and Ash Sturgeon are going once, going twice – and SOLD on the idea of being part of the business community in Batesburg-Leesville. Last week, the…

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Local faith-based songwriter is making waves in Nashville

Madyson Williams is making her musical dreams come true. Over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, Miss Williams returned to Batesburg-Leesville from Nashville and performed a low-key acoustic concert at…

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Independent wrestling organization crowns first champion in B-L

Pro Wrestling Union, an upstart independent professional wrestling promotion based in Lexington, crowned its first-ever heavyweight champion last Saturday night at the Batesburg-Leesville Leisure Center. With a sparse crowd in…

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As Council battles, noted parliamentarian offers primer on rules

  When the Batesburg-Leesville Town Council gets back to work at its next scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, there will be several pieces of unfinished business on their…

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Rotarians adding a splash of floral color to ‘the triangle’

  The Twin-City Rotary Club is putting down roots at one end of the community to make Batesburg-Leesville more inviting for international visitors. Club members have embarked on an ambitious…

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