Ila Mae Duncan Adams

Ila Mae Duncan Adams, 85, of Batesburg, passed away Tuesday, July 7, 2020.  Funeral services were held at 11:00 A.M. Friday, July 10, at Beulah Baptist Church with interment in…

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School Board to hear fall opening plans at special meeting

The Lexington Three School District Board of Trustees has scheduled a special called meeting for tomorrow night (Tuesday, July 14) at 6 p.m. to receive an update on school reopening…

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Superintendent discusses virus response and the future of athletics

Dr. Drew “Ashley” Atkinson, who previously served in Spartanburg County, has been on the job as the new Superintendent of Lexington Three Schools. He succeeds Interim Superintendent Dr. Stephen Hefner,…

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Distillery returns to serving moonshine after COVID-19 mission

After taking on an emergency mission earlier this spring in the fight against COVID-19, Hollow Creek Distillery is back to doing what it does best. This little family-run distillery in…

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Virus exposure prompts closing of B-L Town Hall

The Batesburg-Leesville Town Hall was closed to the public earlier this week after at least two Town employees were exposed to the novel coronavirus COVID-19, which has continued to spread…

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Lake Murray welcomes an armada of Trump faithful to boat parade

A new world record likely was set this past Sunday on the beautiful waters of Lake Murray, as the first Lake Murray Trump Boat Parade saw more than 3,000 boats…

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Town Council meets Monday with no mask ordinance on agenda

The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council is scheduled to meet Monday for the first time since other municipalities and counties across South Carolina have begun adopting ordinances mandating face coverings to help…

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