Do you remember?
• A thunderstorm, which some described as resembling a tornado, damaged homes, businesses and a church in the Riverview area.
• Fort Mill's boys basketball team won won the region 3-AAA tournament as the fifth seed, winning three games by a total of five points.
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• An engineering study indicated that Fort Mill may have to spend millions that it did not have to repair its water system problems.
• The Fort Mill Community Playhouse production of "LI'L ABNER" opened with Toby Atwood as Li'l Abner and Heather Love as Daisy Mae.
• The Fort Mill Yellow Jacket boys basketball team lost the State AA championship game 44-47 to Cardinal Newman of Columbia. The team posted lopsided victories over Latta and Barnwell in its first two games of the tournament.
• A flash fire in the service department of Hinson Motor Co. painfully burned mechanic G.O. Croft.
• Billy Davis and C.H. McGee were Fort Mill High School's STAR student and teacher of the year.
• Fort Mill city council voted to seek approval from the York County Delegation to raise the ceiling on municipal taxation.
• C. E. Mize, chief of Fort Mill's six-man police force, unexpectedly resigned. Frank Armstrong was named acting chief.
• Howard H. Scarborough, a former Fort Mill businessman, was murdered on his first day on the job as a Myrtle Beach police officer.
• A large American flag was presented to the Pleasant Valley School by Mrs. Rogers' class. The flag was to be flown in front of the school.
• A fire caused by a faulty heating plant resulted in extensive damage to the auditorium of the First Baptist Church.
• William Howard Taft of Ohio was inaugurated as the 27th President of the United States.
• The Hon. S. H. Epps, Mr. W.L. Hall and Mr. D. Kimbrell were named township assessors.