‘You are conquerors’ – the centennial class of BLHS celebrates graduation

It was an event 100 years in the making. The Batesburg-Leesville High School Class of 2020 has graduated. Culminating a school year marked both by the joy of a centennial…

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Batesburg-Leesville High graduation moved indoors

The Lexington County School District Three has released the following statement regarding Friday night’s scheduled graduation ceremonies at Batesburg-Leesville High School: Due to the storms and heavy precipitation that are…

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Rye named statewide Administrator of the Year

Angie Rye, Chief Academic Officer for Lexington Three Schools, has been named as the recipient of the 2020-2021 Administrator of the Year Award from the South Carolina Association of School…

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Sudden tropical storm likely will drench the Midlands today

The Midlands, Pee Dee and coastal regions of South Carolina will be drenched by rainfall from Tropical Storm Bertha, which formed suddenly just off the coast early Wednesday morning. UPDATE…

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DHEC will bring virus testing to Batesburg-Leesville next month

Batesburg-Leesville has been included in the next flurry of mobile coronavirus testing clinics being conducted across the Palmetto State by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)…

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Lexington One postpones graduations because of weather

The Gilbert High School Class of 2020, in a senior year already turned on its ear by COVID-19, will have to wait a little longer to turn their tassels. The…

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Gospel Music Center plans to lift its voices after COVID-19 silence

Silenced for the past two months because of the novel coronavirus shutdown, the Midland Gospel Singing Center will once again hear live music on Saturday night June 6. The performance…

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