March 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Solicitor won’t pursue losing BPW candidate’s election claims

The Gaffney Board of Public Works and several of its employees have been cleared of any wrongdoing in last August More...

LifeStyles

Auditions March 21, 24 for ‘I Remember Mama’

Auditions for the Gaffney Little Theatre musical, I Remember Mama More...

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar His wife obviously can More...

Millers celebrate 30th year at Ebenezer Baptist Church

Special celebration planned Sunday afternoon

The Rev. and Mrs. Eula M. Miller Jr. will celebrate 30 years as pastor and first lady of Ebenezer Baptist Church on Sunday, March 20, beginning with the 11:15 morning worship service. The couple More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Gene Brown Owner of Brown Packing Company Inc. More...

Columns

What’s in a name?

Scott BAUGHMAN My boss came by my desk the other day and mentioned how he wasn More...

Letters

A noble profession awaits Dear Editor:

In the spring of the year, many young ladies and men are making vocational decisions. There is a particular vocational area which has been expanding during the Christian era, and that is the field of public healthcare. More...

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National News

Scott Peterson enters San Quentin prison after receiving death sentence

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (AP) More...

Former Jackson housekeeper claims she saw intoxicated children at Neverland ranch

SANTA MARIA, Calif. (AP) More...

Actor Robert Blake says he’s broke, needs a job

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Work wanted: 71-year-old actor recently acquitted of killing his wife seeks job in entertainment industry. More...

HE’S SO COOL

Local tech student wins state air conditioning competition

Cherokee Technology Center air conditioning students Brandon Harris and Steven Jennings took top honors in a Skills USA contest March 12 at the state fairgrounds in Columbia. More...

Cancer claims prominent businessman

Walter Eugene More...

Local News

S.C. House budget increases per pupil spending by $438

The Cherokee County School District is taking a wait-and-see approach after the state House approved a $5.8 billion spending plan Wednesday. More...

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ARTS EXPO More...

Looking for a deal?

Looking for a few rounds of golf or maybe a night out in The Big Apple? More...

Sports

Byrnes added to star-studded jamboree

n Indians to face Tar Heel powerhouse Crest in jamboree

The Border Showcase just got even better. Polk County football coach Bruce Ollis not-so-modestly bills his More...

Locals ready to shine at Classic

Gaffney More...

Gaffney’s Mann overpowers Northwestern in shutout

Gaffney More...

State News

Police: Man threatened courthouse in Union

ASSOCIATED PRESS UNION More...

State Briefs

Accident brings murder charge

MYRTLE BEACH More...

Sex offender taken into custody

HOMOSASSA, Fla. More...

Other News

McGwire says he won’t name names

WASHINGTON More...

A billion air travelers in 2015: Will there be enough room?

WASHINGTON More...

Palestinian militant factions agree to cease-fire until year-end

CAIRO, Egypt More...

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