By Chip Heemsoth
- Voters approved a $48.3 million school bond by a 2,384-1,973 margin. A $64.75 million was voted down in September, 1998.
- The Fort Mill Yellow Jacket baseball team lost both games against the Riverside Warriors in the Class 3 A upper state championship series. The Jackets’ season was over.
- Lynn Dickinson, social studies teacher at Fort Mill High School, was selected as an intern to the U. S. Supreme Court.
- The State Line video poker parlor was robbed at gunpoint for the fourth time since January.
- Tommy Johnston was hired to replace Wes Murphy as football line coach and track coach at Fort Mill High School. He had previously coached at Rock Hill and Clover.
- Mrs. Minnie P. Stegall of Route 2, Fort Mill, won a portable television at an open house for the Fort Mill Times.
- Mrs. Dennis Ayers, the former Pam Dobbins of Fort Mill, was elected president of the South Carolina Dental Assistants Association.
- The Leroy Springs Recreation Complex sponsored a disco dance for members and their guests. The cost was $3 stag or $5 drag.
- Sylvia Epps was chosen as Miss Blue and Gold at Fort Mill High School. Jimmy Kilgo, host of WSOC’s Kilgo’s Kanteen, made the selection.
- A display of furniture and other items made by students of George Fish School were on display in the window of the former Kimbrell’s Furniture Store on Main Street.
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- The first game of baseball to be played on the new diamond in Whiteville Park resulted in a win for Fort Mill over the Anderson Motor Co. of Rock Hill.
- Capt. James D. Fulp of Fort Mill was elected superintendent of the Abbeville schools at a salary of $200 per month, provided he remained in Abbeville for twelve months.