Mobile Home Sales in Lugoff, SC

Let's Talk!

Open the Door to a Better Life with Ken-Co Homes Inc.

Are you giving serious thought to buying a manufactured home for sale in South Carolina? You're not alone - more than 365K people in the Palmetto State live in manufactured homes. At Ken-Co Homes Inc., we're not your average run-of-the-mill manufactured home dealer. We only do business with manufacturing partners committed to building top-quality products that our customers are proud to own.

If you're looking for modern amenities, energy-efficient appliances, unique floorplans, and homes constructed with quality materials, Ken-Co Homes is the company for you. Contact our office today to learn more about our beautiful Clayton homes for sale in Lugoff, SC.

 Trailer Seller Lugoff, SC

Get a Quote

Latest News in Lugoff, SC

Lugoff girl, 11, has lead role in new Amazon Prime movie

If you haven’t heard of Tegan Riechers before, you will, and soon. The 11-year-old from Lugoff, who has been acting since the age of 7, is starring in a new movie, Fifty Times Rock, set to debut on Amazon Prime on March 27. A special screening is set for this Saturday at the Little Theater on DeKalb Street.In the comedy movie, Art Newkirk plays Cecil, an aging rocker, whose band “Thirty Times Rock” was big in the 1980s. Now, years later, he wants to be famous again, but seems to have a hard time making it ba...

If you haven’t heard of Tegan Riechers before, you will, and soon. The 11-year-old from Lugoff, who has been acting since the age of 7, is starring in a new movie, Fifty Times Rock, set to debut on Amazon Prime on March 27. A special screening is set for this Saturday at the Little Theater on DeKalb Street.

In the comedy movie, Art Newkirk plays Cecil, an aging rocker, whose band “Thirty Times Rock” was big in the 1980s. Now, years later, he wants to be famous again, but seems to have a hard time making it back onto the charts. That is, until his young niece, Annie — played by Tegan — arrives, bass guitar in hand.

“Annie has a lot of sass, and Tegan is sassy in real life, too,” her mother, Jennifer Riechers said during a recent interview; Tegan was busy at a bass guitar lesson.

Tegan’s career started about five years ago in 2019, with a radio announcement.

“They said they were having auditions at a hotel in Columbia for people 5 years old and up to come,” Jennifer Riechers explained. “If you received a card, you moved on to the next level. She heard and begged to go, so we did. We sat for over six hours because there were hundreds of people there and they were only going to pick 25 people.”

As part of her audition, Tegan learned the lines from a LEGO commercial to recite in front all the agents.

She won a card.

“She was 7 years old at the time. They told us she had major potential and they wanted her to go to Georgia for the next three weekends to brush up some skills with an acting coach of theirs. Well, they loved her and then wanted to send her to L.A., where we spent about two weeks,” Tegan’s mom said.

There were runway shows and acting classes, resulting with four call backs. From those call backs, the family helped Tegan pick out an agent with whom they were comfortable — one they felt was suitable for what she was looking to do. She took more classes in Atlanta and Los Angeles. Her agent now works out of Orlando, Fla.

“After that, things just took off for her with her acting/modeling career,” Jennifer Riechers said. “However, she hit a small bump in the road. She was called to do a movie called Welcome Home Christmas. We went there to film the first day and then she fell really ill and had to be hospitalized.”

Doctors there told Tegan’s family that she had immune thrombocytopenic purpura, or ITP, a blood disorder that can lead to easy or excessive bruising and bleeding.

“Well, she was still able to be in that movie, but only in a small portion, because they had to replace her since she was in the hospital. That did not stop her. She has been moving along since then and has been in several movies, commercials, prints, magazines, public service announcements, healthcare brochures, and more. Even with her ITP, she is a strong-willed child with a clear vision of what she wants to be,” Tegan’s mother said.

Tegan’s first commercial was for Robert’s Shell Station in the town of Kershaw back in 2019.

Since Tegan has had to go to the hospital so much, her mother said she started wanting to do things to give back. She began reading online to kids and then raffled off the books, using the money raised to buy toys to donate to Prisma Health’s pediatric cancer and blood disorder patients.

“She had a big toy drive with the Punishers Biker Club and has another one coming up this spring or summer that helps the kids in Camp Chemo,” Jennifer Riechers said. “She is just an all-around great kid that loves to act, model, play bass guitar, and give back to those that have helped her through her hard times. Having ITP, she is unable to play sports, so she has really found her calling in life, something she truly enjoys doing.”

Among Tegan’s film roles is one that is, technically, an uncredited supporting role in at least one scene in the recent DC Comics film, Black Adam. In a scene set in ancient Egypt, Tegan plays the unnamed Egyptian king’s young daughter — a princess. Additional films include V, Syndicate Wars 2047, and A Unicorn for Christmas, which ran on the Hallmark Channel in December.

In addition to Fifty Times Rock, Tegan will also star in two other films coming out later this year. In The Warrior, Tegan will play Jenny. It’s a semi-autobiographical independent film by Derrick Wayne Mullins about how he lived with and fought cancer when he was 8 years old. Also, she will portray Kayli in Tea Party, listed as a short film. According to the Internet Movie Database, or IMDB, both movies are in post-production status, meaning there is still work being done to ready the films for their debuts. No release dates have been set.

Jennifer Riechers said her daughter is also starring in the upcoming Halloween holiday movies Witch Hitch and The Witch, the latter of which will be released via YouTube.

Tegan’s not the only one in the family doing some acting and modeling work. She and both of her brothers have been models for Osh Kosh clothing and Stride-Rite shoes. One of Tegan’s brothers, Levi, joined her in a zombie movie and has a small part in The Warrior.

Some of the movies Tegan has acted in were filmed in North Carolina, others in Georgia, with a few elsewhere.

Right now, Fifty Times Rock seems like the best bet to get her noticed for her “sassy” performance, comedic acting and bass-playing chops, and holding her own with adult actors. The Warrior could do the same on the dramatic side of the business.

In addition to the Little Theater’s showing of Fifty Times Rock, the movie will be shown at a theater in Winston-Salem, N.C., where it was filmed. The Riechers hope to attend that premiere, too.

The special showing of the movie at the Little Theater in Camden on Saturday is scheduled for 2 p.m.

As her repertoire grows, don’t be surprised if you start seeing the name Tegan Riechers up in lights on movie marquees across the country.

Wateree River Boat Ramp project returns to Kershaw County Council agenda

A study underway at the site will hopefully soon provide clarity on what needs to be done.LUGOFF, S.C. — An effort to fix and upgrade parts of Patriot's Landing in Lugoff has returned to the Kershaw County Council agenda.County Council has commissioned a study at the site, While that study is not complete, officials hope it will provide insight on how to move forward."Madam Chair Katie Guinn, she made a motion to fund $20,000 a...

A study underway at the site will hopefully soon provide clarity on what needs to be done.

LUGOFF, S.C. — An effort to fix and upgrade parts of Patriot's Landing in Lugoff has returned to the Kershaw County Council agenda.

County Council has commissioned a study at the site, While that study is not complete, officials hope it will provide insight on how to move forward.

"Madam Chair Katie Guinn, she made a motion to fund $20,000 and/or 10% of the project costs," said Kershaw County Councilman Russell Brazell. "I'd like to see us allocate a little more money to that project, so we can get larger matching funds."

The Council is also asking the Kershaw County legislative delegation for some help at the state level for the project.

Brazell says the goal to upgrade this project has been ongoing for over a year.

"About a year ago, we allocated, I think it was $6,500 to a study and that study is just now coming around," Brazell. "So, that money was allocated and a portion of it was used to remove that floating dock, so that's as far as it's gotten and it kinda fizzled, so we're trying to push it again this budget cycle, and we're definitely going to need more funding. The county has been willing to take this up and make it a project of our own."

The vision for the site is to make it safer and more user-friendly.

Related Articles

"There is zero parking, people are actually parking in fire lanes, and a lot of people want to utilize the river, it's one of our best resources," Brazell said. "What we need, we need two boat launches, potentially a floating dock that is upstream of the launches, and hopefully a bigger parking lot."

It's something one resident we spoke to said he could get behind.

"I've been using it basically my whole life said resident Rick Jay. "It's the only access point to the Wateree River for people in Lugoff and Camden. "I would love to see it done sooner rather than later because boating season is coming up."

The county expects there to be an update for the council this month.

Record-setting Eastside wrestling program spoils Lugoff-Elgin return to finals

The Eastside wrestling program etched its name in the history books and ended Lugoff-Elgin’s best season in more than a decade.The Eagles won the first eight matches on their way to a 51-23 win over the Demons on Saturday in the Class 4A championship match at Dreher High School.The championship is Eastside’s eighth in a row, which is the most in state history in any classification.. The Eagles have won 18 total championships, which ties Rock Hill for the most in state history.Fourteen of the 18 titles have co...

The Eastside wrestling program etched its name in the history books and ended Lugoff-Elgin’s best season in more than a decade.

The Eagles won the first eight matches on their way to a 51-23 win over the Demons on Saturday in the Class 4A championship match at Dreher High School.

The championship is Eastside’s eighth in a row, which is the most in state history in any classification.. The Eagles have won 18 total championships, which ties Rock Hill for the most in state history.

Fourteen of the 18 titles have come since 2004 as the Eagles stake their claim for one of the most dominant runs in any sport in South Carolina history.

“I haven’t won any championships,” said Eastside coach Jack Kosmicki, who is now the all-time winningest coach in league history in dual competition. “You are talking about hundreds of kids and a large group of coaches. They are committed, dedicated and focused. Collectively, we take pride in our legacy.”

Eastside went 19-0 against in-state competition this year.

Lugoff-Elgin was making its first appearance in finals since winning the Class 3A championship in 2010. Shortly after the match, L-E coach Ted Monroe pulled his team against the wall and told them it won’t be another decade to make another trip.

“Put this down in writing. We are going to be back,” Monroe said. “We aren’t going to shy away. We are going to work in the weight room and we will be back, probably facing these guys again next year.”

Monroe thought they lost a few matches he felt they would win and couldn’t get over the big deficit.

The match started at 126 pounds and the Eagles rattled off wins by Payton Schrader, Colt Schrader, Hank Lee, Bronek Snizaski, George Maholtz, Jack Wyland, Lane Schrader and Baron Leonard to lead 40-0.

The Demons followed with four straight wins. Ethan Korn won by technical decision. Jonathan Sinard and Troy Evans recorded pins and Titan McGee won by forfeit to close within 40-23.

Tyler Tice, the No. 1-ranked wrestler at 120, stopped the run and won by pin to make it 46-23.

“We don’t have anything to be ashamed of,” Monroe said. “We dominated our way through the lower state. We had some matches that could have went our way but came up short today. I’m super proud of them.”

SC Target warehouse worker pleads guilty to theft of $95K worth of TVs

A 38-year-old former employee of the Target Distribution Center in Lugoff pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to a label-switching scheme that allowed him to steal more than $95,000 worth of widescreen ...

A 38-year-old former employee of the Target Distribution Center in Lugoff pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to a label-switching scheme that allowed him to steal more than $95,000 worth of widescreen televisions so he could resell them on the black market.

Rico Bennett, of Columbia, will be sentenced at a later date for transporting stolen goods across state lines, U.S. Judge Mary Geiger Lewis said at Bennett’s hearing at the federal courthouse in Columbia. He could be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison.

Until then, he is free on $25,000 bond.

Another former Target Distribution Center employee, Vincent Rosa, faces the same charges as Bennett but has so far pleaded not guilty to being involved in the scheme. His lawyer, Harrison Saunders VI, could not be reached for comment.

At Monday’s hearing, assistant U.S. Attorney Elliott Daniels outlined the scheme that allowed Bennett to steal numerous high-end televisions, such as LGs and Samsung QLEDs.

Bennett’s job consisted of pulling televisions off the shelves at the Target Distribution Center, putting labels on the packages and then mailing them out to legitimate customers, Daniels said.

But Bennett began printing labels at home with his own address and fixing those labels to packages containing televisions, Daniels said.

Once he received the televisions, Bennett sold them on eBay and by text messages, Daniels said. After receiving payment, he would mail the televisions to people in states such as California, Florida, Texas, Georgia and Illinois, Daniels said.

Target officials grew suspicious and called law enforcement in Kershaw County and the U.S. Secret Service, which investigates interstate fraud cases, Daniels said.

Bennett made more than $119,000 in the scheme from April 2021 to January 2022, an indictment in the case said.

Evidence included surveillance videos, eBay and items seized by search warrant from Bennett’s cellphone and from his house, Daniels said.

“I think Mr. Bennett realizes he made an error in judgment, and he is working everyday to correct that error and make good for society,” said Bennett’s attorney, state Rep. Todd Rutherford, D-Richland.

At the hearing, Bennett said he is now taking welding classes and doing odd jobs such as plumbing.

WWE legend holds home intruder at gunpoint in Kershaw County

'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan thanked the sheriff's office after an unusual situation unfolded at his door.KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — A former WWE star who now lives in the Midlands is making headlines for an incident at his home.“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan is known for carrying around a two-by-four and giving the thumbs up ahead of his matches in the ring. And he's currently a Kershaw County resident.Last week Duggan posted a thank you note to Kersha...

'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan thanked the sheriff's office after an unusual situation unfolded at his door.

KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — A former WWE star who now lives in the Midlands is making headlines for an incident at his home.

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan is known for carrying around a two-by-four and giving the thumbs up ahead of his matches in the ring. And he's currently a Kershaw County resident.

Last week Duggan posted a thank you note to Kershaw County deputies on social media for how they handled an incident at his home. The deputies responded after Duggan said a man he did not know jumped his fence and began pounding on his front door.

Duggan went on to say he held the man at gunpoint until law enforcement arrived. Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan said this all started a few houses down from where the Duggans live.

“A young man and a young lady had some problems in the past,” he said. “She separated from him, went to live with her dad, who lives down the road from the Duncan residence. And he shows up at the house. Dad's not aware of it. He looks up, there's a guy inside his house who he feels is a threat to his daughter, so he immediately starts assaulting him, hitting him, and somebody in the house pulled a gun on him.”

The sheriff said the man ran from the area “scared to death.”

“Turns out that apparently there was a back-and-forth conversation between the young man and the young lady, and I think she kind of invited him to the house,” the sheriff said. “Dad didn't know this.”

The sheriff said this was the core case that they were investigating. The situation, however, continued to the Duggans’ house where authorities said the young man beat on the front door and came in.

“But he immediately said he was scared. Somebody was trying to kill him,” the sheriff said. “Hacksaw listened to what he was saying and, to start with, he felt like it was somebody trying a home invasion and he was like a diversion - and they may come in the back door.”

“And so, you know, he held him at gunpoint, got his wife Deborah to call our dispatch and she was able to tell him what was going on,” the sheriff added. “We got deputies out there and as soon as we got everything organized at that point, he's like, OK, I understand why he was going door to door.”

The sheriff said that deputies and the Duggans were glad that the situation ended the way it did.

When it was all said and done, no charges were filed in connection with the case. Duggan said on social media that he and his wife are safe and there was no damage.

Disclaimer:

This website publishes news articles that contain copyrighted material whose use has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. The non-commercial use of these news articles for the purposes of local news reporting constitutes "Fair Use" of the copyrighted materials as provided for in Section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
Javascript Pixel Code Image Pixel Code