• Fifth-grader Caren Chancy, 10, won the Fort Mill Elementary School Spelling Championship.
• Proposed expenses were up $500,000 and revenues were down by $100,000, according to a report made to the Fort Mill School Board's Finance Committee.
• DHEC advised the owner of a Hwy. 160 East landfill that he must cease dumping and burning at the site.
• Tega Cay announced that the city would begin drawing water from Lake Wylie.
• Robert E. (Bob) Swanson was elected president of the Fort Mill Chamber of Commerce.
• The selected route of the Hwy. 21 freeway was to pass just west of the current Hwy. 21 Bypass.
• USC head football coach Paul Dietzel spoke at the York County Gamecock Club meeting held at the Branding Iron.
• Senior Margaret Hall was awarded the DAR Citizenship Award at Fort Mill High School.
• The Fort Mill Fire Department held an open house at the new fire department headquarters on Academy Street.
• The Carolina Wren was selected as the new state bird, unseating the mockingbird.
• Top prize in the Fort Mill Times circulation contest was to be a 1928 Ford Tudor Sedan.
• The bodies of six Fort Mill World War I soldiers were reinterred to their final resting place at a memorial in Unity Cemetery.
• A letter to the editor of The State newspaper praised Fort Mill's Confederate Park monument to slaves as an example for a state monument.
• W.M. Phillips announced that he would be in Fort Mill soon for anyone in need of his piano tuning expertise.