March 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

HONORING GENE BROWN

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LifeStyles

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar Keep explanation simple Dear Annie: More...

Summer camps offer fun, adventure, learning

Clemson University More...

Former GHS student chosen to attend leadership conference in Washington

Braxton Midyette, a student at Smoky Mountain High School in Sylva, N.C., has been selected to attend Lead America%27s 2005 Congressional Student Leadership Conference (CSLC) in Washington. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Addy A. Chandler Agent for Travelers Insurance for 30 years More...

Horse owner pleads guilty to ill treatment

Gives up four animals, pays fine of $3,075 By TARA JENNINGS More...

District will ‘pretty up’ shoddy GHS brick work

A school board committee gave preliminary approval Thursday evening for H2L Engineering to order a new brick design for courtyard masonry wall repairs at Gaffney High. More...

Community invited to massive Easter service at Broad River Electric Auditorium

Rich Lancaster is well aware there will be a lot of people in Cherokee County going to church on Easter Sunday. More...

Local News

State Briefs

Oconee County body identified

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Duke Power still considering county as potential nuclear plant location

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Man near courthouse faces weapon charge

A Gaffney man was arrested Tuesday after police discovered him in possession of a weapon near the Cherokee County Courthouse, according to a report at the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Sports

Buckson to join Sims on trip to Fork Union

Gaffney all-state basketball player Donald Sims will have some company on his trip to legendary Fork Union Military Academy next month. More...

Youth baseball ready for jamboree

The county More...

At home on the golf course

Indian Land

In his youth, Danny Agapion More...

Columns

Weird place for a lesson (Posto bizzarro per una lezion)

There are rare occasions when answering the call to nature is a unique experience, like learning how to speak Italian. More...

Cartoon

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Their Views

State should go slow on school choice plan

As state lawmakers enjoy an extended Easter vacation this week, they should take some time to listen to their constituents about the most sweeping proposal facing the Legislature this year: the school-choice initiative known as Put Parents in Charge. More...

Special Sections

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?