Enquirer Herald

News in brief - August 7, 2008

Dogs seized from York home

YORK -- Five dogs were seized Monday from a Valley Road home when authorities found them living in a small cage outdoors, a York Police report states.

Animal control authorities found the mixed breed dogs living in a 4- by 8- foot cage that was 3 feet tall. The dogs, estimated at 10 pounds each, were eating and drinking from two upside down hubcaps, the report states. The cage lacked adequate shelter from the elements, according to the report.

Officials investigated the animals after someone reported animal neglect at the address. The owner now faces animal neglect charges, the report states. The dogs were taken to the York County Animal Shelter.

York man killed in hit-and-run

CHESTER -- A 21-year-old York man was killed in Chester County early Sunday when an SUV ran over him, authorities said.

Thomas Michael Lisenby was lying on Henry Road around 4 a.m. when he was run over, Chester County Coroner Terry Tinker said. Lisenby, who lived at 222 Pepper Ridge Run, died at the scene.

Lisenby had been walking with a friend before the collision, which happened about 5 1/2 miles north of Chester, Lance Cpl. Jeff Gaskin of the S.C. Highway Patrol said. Troopers had few details about the vehicle involved, other than that it is believed to be a dark-colored SUV.

Authorities don't know why Lisenby was lying in the road.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Highway Patrol at *HP.

-- The Herald

New member of Angus Assoc.

CLOVER -- Dakota L Bolin of Clover is a new junior member of the American Angus Association.

Junior members of the association are eligible to register cattle in the American Angus Association, participate in programs conducted by the National Junior Angus Association and take part in Association sponsored shows and other national and regional events.

The American Angus Association is the largest beef registry association in the world, with more than 36,000 active adult and junior members.

Join the school board

School board filing continues through noon Aug. 15.

Seats 1, 3, 5 and one at-large post are at stake in York. Clover has seats 3, 4 and one at-large spot open.

A candidate must be a resident of the school district and of the appropriate district or seat for which they are filing.

Filing will be accepted at the York County Registration and Elections Office, 13 S. Congress St., York. There is no filing fee for school board positions.

For information, contact the York County Registration and Elections Office at 684-1242 or 909-7194.

Vehicle auction

YORK -- York County will have a vehicle auction at 9 a.m. Aug. 9 on S.C. 5 in York, beside the York County Animal Shelter.

Some of the items up for auction are:

30 Crown Victorias from a 1997 model with 136,693 miles to a 2004 with 20,334 miles.

Champion 710-A Motorgrader.

John Deere mower with fewer than 1,089 hours.

Ford F-350 flat dump truck.

For the complete list, go to www.yorkcountygov.com /purchasing/08weblist.pdf.

For details, call 684-8520.

Bratton reunion

HICKORY GROVE -- The descendants of the late Robert McCaw Bratton and Lucinda Alexander Bratton will have their annual Bratton Reunion on Aug. 17 in the fellowship hall of Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church in Hickory Grove. Lunch is at 1 p.m. Each family is requested to bring a picnic lunch. For more information, call Libby Ramsey Brown at 684-9592.

CHS reunions

CLOVER -- Clover High classes from 1945 and 1960 will hold a joint reunion Aug. 23 at the Baxter Hood Center in Rock Hill.

Also, the Clover High School class of 1998 is seeking contact information for its 10-year reunion Oct. 11. E-mail information to Jackie Meek Krashner at jackiekrasher@hotmail.com or call her at (704) 913-5850 or to Jessica Rogers Smith at jessica.smith@allentate.com or call her at (803) 493-2794.

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