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Martin’s students learn to excel while pursuing intense demands of nursing course

: This is another installment in a continuing series that focuses on classes at the Cherokee Technology Center.) More...

LifeStyles

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar She should just stay out of it More...

Tenebrae service Friday at Buford Street Church

Buford Street United Methodist Church will present a special tenebrae service in observance of Holy Week and Christ More...

Dr. Clyde P. Thomas is called as pastor at Cherokee Avenue

Becomes 16th pastor since church

On Sunday, March 20, Cherokee Avenue Baptist Church ex-tended a call to Dr. Clyde P. Thomas to be the pastor. Dr. Thomas becomes the 16th pastor since the church was organized in 1895. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Greta H. Parker Retired from Hamrick More...

Letters

Uniquely trained to help

Dear Editor: March is National Social Work Month. Many are unaware of the vital role the social work profession plays in our community. More...

National News

Seven dead in Minn. school shooting

BEMIDJI, Minn. More...

Suspect details training, plots by militants in Philippines

MANILA, Philippines More...

Both sides in Social Security debate preparing for battle over trustees report

WASHINGTON More...

Woman files million-dollar suit against Wal-Mart

A Gaffney woman is suing a popular department store for more than $1 million after she was allegedly cut on her hand following a disputed price. More...

GHS ‘company’ selling ‘afghan of champions’

A Gaffney High honors government class has started selling afghans developed by their own company More...

You really, really should have one

The plight of Terri Schiavo, her husband and her parents prompted me to sign a living will, have it properly witnessed and notarized. More...

Local News

Gelardis deny claims made in lawsuit

Towing company owner says he was injured while removing truck

Drs. Joshua and Beverly Gelardi have denied claims they were negligent when they requested Joe Craig, owner of Logan Street Towing in Gaffney, remove a truck from their property. More...

Gas company to keep local office open

Piedmont Natural Gas was expected to soon close its local office for good. More...

Reader of the Week

Name: Loretta O More...

Sports

Indians stay at No. 1 in HoopsUSA national poll

Indian Land

For the second straight week, Gaffney is not only the top basketball team in South Carolina but the country as well. More...

Spring drills just around the corner for Indians

May 16 likely can More...

Bradley to restart CFL career in Winnipeg

Considering the roller-coaster ride of emotions Marcus Bradley has experienced during his professional football career, you More...

Columns

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Conditions ripe for another nasty hurricane season

As spring dawns after a nasty winter, the last thing South Carolinians want to hear about is hurricanes. After all, we More...

Cartoon

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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?