CN2 Newscast – Lancaster bond referendum, Carowinds column replacement, & Summer sports camps

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – The Lancaster County School Board met recently to discuss a number of topics, including the decision to move forward with a potential bond referendum in 2024.

Also, Carowinds gives an update on the cracked support column that led to the Fury 325 rollercoaster being shut down on June 30th. Park officials say a new support column will be delivered and installed on Thursday, July 13th.

Plus in sports, CN2’s Zane Cina stops by a couple Summer sports camps to see how area high school coaches are preparing young athletes to get in the game.

See all those stories and more in the July 13th edition of CN2 News.

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