Panthers edge Ninety Six after loss to Silver Bluff

The Batesburg-Leesville varsity boys basketball team had a tough two-point loss to Silver Bluff last week before bouncing back with a 62-56 win over Ninety Six on Friday night. The…

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B-L High named finalist for Palmetto’s Finest awards

Batesburg-Leesville High School has been selected as a finalist for the 2020 Palmetto’s Finest School Awards, the Lexington Three School District announced Wednesday afternoon. The school was chosen to enter…

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Council reverses Water 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 lasted…

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Council calls special meeting to ‘reconsider’ water vote

The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council has called a special meeting for Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 6 p.m. to revisit a controversial decision last week to oust Mayor Lancer Shull from the…

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B-L Middle attains national ‘School to Watch’ honor

Batesburg-Leesville Middle School has been named a ” School To Watch”© by the National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform, the Lexington County School District Three has announced. The “Schools To…

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Mayor ousted from Joint Municipal water commission

Batesburg-Leesville Town Councilman Bob Hall cast the decisive vote Monday night that ousted Mayor Lancer Shull as the Town’s representative on the Lexington County Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission….

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Election Commission trying to recruit new poll workers

Last November, voters in Batesburg-Leesville’s Town Council elections got their first taste of working with South Carolina’s new technology that allows touchscreen voting with an extra layer of security: printed…

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