March 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Administrator given go-ahead on arts center

A former downtown furniture store could become the city More...

Clock tower will cost $270,000

The new city hall will have a clock tower - and functioning clock - after all. More...

LifeStyles

15th annual Spring Gardening Symposium at Riverbanks Zoo

COLUMBIA More...

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar She has painted herself into corner More...

Goudelock receives honor merit award

Tamara Goudelock was presented an honor merit award at Benedict College School of Honors. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Charles R. Maynor Sr. Retired painting contractor More...

Becky Lisk Homemaker

Agatha Rebecca "Becky" Lipscomb Lisk, 82, formerly of 204 Vine St., died Wednesday, March 9, 2005, in Morehead Nursing Center, Eden, N.C. More...

Duke Power officials tour site being mulled for nuclear power plant

Duke Power officials last week toured a site here that could become their newest nuclear power plant. More...

Man dies in ATV accident

A Cowpens man died Saturday from injuries suffered in a 4-wheeler accident Friday night. More...

CLOWNING AROUND

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City eyes old mill as site of new park

There are parks in the city, but none that provide all the fields and facilities that a growing populace requires. More...

Local News

Disabled student overcomes obstacles

Kyle Maynard decided early on that he wasn More...

Women charged with robbing trucker

Two North Carolina women are accused of robbing a 55-year-old truck driver at knifepoint. More...

Police Report

Fake

A black man in his late 20s used five fake $100 bills to purchase a Wittnauer watch from Zales jewelry store at Prime Outlets at Gaffney, a report at the Gaffney Police Department states. More...

Sports

Indians shine in all-star game

Too much Phillip Buckson. Too much Donald Sims. Too much Blake Foster. More...

Dorman smashes Indians

Dorman wasn More...

Lancaster upsets unbeaten Indians in the arm

Gaffney boys More...

State News

State Briefs

Killer said the devil made him do it

COLUMBIA More...

Other News

Fight for open government extends to small cities, ‘regular guys’

EDITOR More...

Freedom of Information Act: journalists push for openness in government

WASHINGTON - Seven journalism organizations and The Associated Press are joining to promote accessible, accountable and open government. More...

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Poll

Sen. Harvey Peeler (R-Gaffney) sponsored a resolution Dec. 7 for the Senate Committee on Interstate Cooperation to study the potential impact of not recognizing Daylight Savings Time. Do you think DST should be abolished?