Parson’s Pantry Walk sponsors

Churches Cherokee Avenue Baptist Church Lake Bowen Baptist Church – Patsy Malone’s SS Class Gaffney First Baptist Church Honoraiums/Memorials Bobbi M. PriceIn Honor of Nancy McAbeeIn Memory of Harley S. Shidner Vicki & Tim WoodIn Memory of Gene Phillips F.M. & Betty GambleIn Memory of Barbara Phillips Rev. Sidney NortonIn Memory of Jack Allison Wayne SellarsIn Memory of Dot Perry […]

GHS big man picks Charleston Southern

Gaffney big man Sadarius Bowser has committed to the Charleston Southern. The team’s leader in blocks last year also had offers from the likes of Gardner Webb, Buffalo, South Carolina State and others. The 6-9 Bowser is an athletic freak with a 38” standing vertical and a 7’1” wing span. Bowser turned heads this summer on the AAU circuit. One […]

Gaffney’s Good placed on IR

Gaffney’s Denzelle Good has been sidelined by a wrist injury. The 6-5, 345-pound offensive tackle has been placed on Injured Reserve by the Indianapolis Colts. Typically, players don’t return to the field after they are placed on IR. But two players per team can now be returned from IR. The Colts are 1-3 after losing 46-18 to Seattle on Sunday. […]

Now, it gets real for Indians

Indians open difficult region slate at Dorman

The Gaffney Indians are set to begin the most important part of their schedule on Friday – the region games. Gaffney (3-3) travels to Dorman (4-2) for the region opener. The Indians then host Boiling Springs (4-2) and Byrnes (5-1) before the region finale at Spartanburg (5-2). Challenging? You betcha! The Rebels are ranked fifth in the latest media poll […]


Officers of the SC Dept. of Natural Resources met with their commander (second from left) at Pete’s for lunch Monday. From L-R LCPL Brooks Woodlief, Major Jamie Landrum, FSGT John McCraw and PFC Brett Irvin.

Under the microscope…

Limestone College physical education students came out to watch Gaffney firefighters get sweaty on Wednesday as part of a project aimed at improving firefighter health. The students are researching the amount and type of physical activity firefighters exert on the job and they’re tasked with coming up with exercise and lifestyle recommendations to aid firefighters during both on-duty and off-duty […]

FINALLY: T-bridge renovation to begin

The makeover of the city’s historic T-bridge should begin next year. But bridging an estimated $1.2 million shortfall could derail the long-awaited project. Two years ago, the city announced it had received a $500,000 federal grant to restore the aging structure. Consulting engineer Jay Smith told Gaffney City Council on Monday that cost estimates for the project are now $1.7 […]

Jenny Phillips

Gaffney, S.C. — Jenny Randolph Phillips, 90, of 612 Winchester Drive, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, October 2, 2017 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. Born in Gaffney, she was the widow of the late T.S. Phillips and daughter of the late Henry Cleveland Randolph and Lillie Albright Randolph. She was a homemaker, loved working at Rob’s […]

Dennis Mullikin, Jr.

Gaffney, S.C. — Dennis Esco Mullikin, Jr., 77, known to many as Denny, formerly of 129 Chaucer Drive, passed away on Monday, October 2, 2017 at Brushy Creek Cottages in Greer. Born in Pendleton, he was the son of the late Dennis Esco Mullikin, Sr. and Nancy Hudgens Harris Mullikin. He was a graduate of Blue Ridge Prep School for […]

Indians still out of rankings

The latest South Carolina high school football state rankings are out and the Gaffney Indians (3-3) are on the outside looking in. The Indians had been ranked 10th two weeks ago but fell out of the rankings after a loss to Northwestern. Fort Dorchester in Class 5A and South Pointe in Class 4A were unanimous picks for the top spot. […]