March 28, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Amber Wray latest winner as Gaffney High continues dominance of regional science fair

Gaffney High student Amber Wray was named the overall winner of the Piedmont Regional Science Fair on Saturday at USC-Upstate in Spartanburg. More...

LifeStyles

Miss Crisp, Mr. Ogle speak vows Feb. 26

Amanda Steffany Crisp and Kyle Wayne Ogle, both of Gaffney, were married Saturday, Feb. 26, 2005, at Love Springs Baptist Church in Cowpens. The Rev. Bruce Randolph officiated the 4 p.m. More...

National Alcohol Screening Day is set for April 7

ANNIE

and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: I am writing in hopes of saving others from the tragedy that befell my son, Jonathan, and our family. Jon was a sophomore in college. More...

Engagements

Clinton

Sarah Alice Bright and Stephen Paul Anderson, both of Gaffney, will be married on April 2 at Elm Street Church of God. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Burnestine Hemphill Services for Burnestine "Bunt" Hemphill, 70, of 112 Indiana Circle, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Bethel Baptist Church, conduced by Elder Harold L. Jones II, Dr. J.W. Sanders Sr., Elder Carolyn A. Allen, the Rev. More...

National News

Iraqi officials open fire on protesters

BAGHDAD, Iraq More...

Soldiers face hurdles to get protection from creditors

WASHINGTON More...

Bleak young lives for Native Americans: suicide, depression, and poverty

RED LAKE, Minn. More...

Kidnapped

Police say woman jumped from moving truck to escape More...

Sheriff launches Meth Watch Awareness Campaign to battle proliferation of homemade drug

When everyday ingredients like cold medicine and rock salt are common components used to make an explosive drug called methamphetamine, what can people watch for to protect themselves from the dangers of meth? More...

Some professionals say rollback taxes are killing local economic development

With soaring property values and interest rates still very low, it More...

Local News

Free rabies clinics aim to save lives, for pets and their owners

With four confirmed cases of human exposure to rabies in Cherokee County thus far this year More...

Blacksburg expansion project gets green light; similar 9th grade school at GHS put on hold

A Cherokee County School Board committee has limited the scope of a high school expansion project in an attempt to lower an architect%27s proposed fee. More...

HEAD-ON COLLISION —

Four people were transported to Upstate Carolina Medical Center after this head-on collision on West Frederick Street in front of the Cherokee County Law Enforcement Center. Ray L. Dowdle, 16, of 112 Made St. More...

Sports

Sarratt K’s 8 in win over Fort Mill

n Indians improve to 3-1 in region with key win over Jackets

Gaffney More...

Play Ball! Ball!

n Local Little League swings into action today at complex

Stanley Construction, A&E Engineering, Hamrick More...

Blacksburg struggles in North-South prep tournament

The North-South Tournament didn More...

Letters

Please don’t be offended by courthouse security measures

Dear Editor: 911. It seems like only yesterday. Who would have known that day would change the lives of so many, especially as far south as Gaffney, but it did. More...

Columns

Turn in your hymnal to page ... aaaaahhhhh, a spider!

Protocol and etiquette are not the same thing. Etiquette is the art of knowing which fork to use with which dish. I More...

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