The Cherokee County Recreation District honored its Hall of Fame Football Coaches at its recent Homecoming

Hammett named resident council president at Vets nursing home

Clarence E. Hammett, Sr. has been elected Resident Council President by the residents of the Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home in Anderson, S.C. Mr. Hammett represents the other veterans with their concerns and daily operations of the nursing home. He meets with all new residents and forms the honoring of the veterans when they go home. Mr. Hammett was […]


Davidsons to celebrate 5 years of marriage

  Rodney Davidson, Jr. and Shakeia Davidson of Gaffney will celebrate five years of marriage September 28. The couple was married in 2013 at the Senior Citizen Center of Gaffney. They have one daughter, 3-year-old Rodkyria. A celebration was held September 22 at the Gaffney Senior Citizen Center with the theme “Our Best Life Together.” Family members helped entertain and serve […]

Gaffney High to celebrate homecoming Friday

Gaffney High School will host the 2018 Homecoming Assembly on Friday, September 28. Alumni from 1948, 1958, 1968, 1978, 1988, 1993, 1998 and 2008 will be honored with songs, dances, and performances from their graduating years. Members of the 2018 GHS varsity football team will also be presented at the assembly. Five young ladies will also be presented as the […]

Gaffney tumbles in prep poll

As expected, the Gaffney Indians dropped in the latest S.C. Prep Media Football poll after suffering its first loss of the season this past Friday at Bynres. The Indians dropped from third to eighth, while the Rebels jumped from ninth to fifth after the 20- point win. Dutch Fork remains atop the poll. Class 5A 1. Dutch Fork (15) 2. […]

Lady Indians finish 3rd

The Gaffney High girls golf team finished ahead of all the other Class 5A schools at the Stony Point tournament on Monday. Unfortunately, there were some lower classification schools as well. The Lady Indians placed third with a 344. Class 3A Daniel won the tournament with Class 4A Gilbert coming in second. Maddie Key of Gaffney finished fourth overall with […]

Just Dunkin’: Dunkin’ Donuts to change its name

Dunkin’ is dropping the donuts — from its name, anyway. Doughnuts are still on the menu, but Dunkin’ Donuts is renaming itself Dunkin’ to reflect its increasing emphasis on coffee and other drinks, which make up 60 percent of its sales. The 68-year-old chain has toyed with the idea for a while. In 2006, it released a new motto — […]

Flag Football

More discipline needed to curb rash of penalties

In the loss to Byrnes this past Friday, the Gaffney Indians were flagged for two offsides on their opening series. On their second series, they were whistled for one offside. A holding call backed them up on their third, fourth and fifth possessions. You get the idea. The avalanche of penalties his team has committed has Gaffney coach Dan Jones […]


CHURCHESBeaverdam Baptist WMUBrushy Creek Baptist Church MEMORIALS / HONORARIUMSl Terry & Glenda ParrisIn Memory of Martha Burgessl Mr. & Mrs. Carroll HammonsIn Memory of Mrs. Edna Howardl Terry & Glenda ParrisIn Honor of Rev. Ron Jackson OTHER SPONSORSHarold & Nancy CrockerJanet T. RobinsonMr. & Mrs. Joe D. Parris, Jr.Phil & Debbie AlleyKay T. LanierDr. & Mrs. Joel M. SellersMr. & […]

Good expected to start vs. Texans

Former Gaffney star Denzelle Good has battled injuries this season but is expected to start at tackle on Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts play the Houston Texans. Good saw some action this past week in a loss to the Super Bowl champs Eagles, but an injury to a starter will move him into the starting lineup this week. In other […]