May 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

This is another installment in a continuing series focusing on the courses and personalities at the Cherokee Technology Center.)

Cherokee Technology Center masonry students are shown Wednesday around the forklift used to move loads of bricks around for classroom projects. More...

LifeStyles

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar Woman needs to do the right thing and pay up More...

CONSERVATION AWARD WINNERS

Over 150 entries received in poster and essay contests

Conservation District honors contestwinners at annual awards program More...

Birthdays

is 1 year old today, May 6. Her sister, Courtney Rhyne, More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Company for 30 years GREER - Carolyn Moss Owensby, 71, of 730 Fisher Drive, died Tuesday, May 3, 2005, in Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. More...

Defendant admits his guilt in brutal stabbing death

A Gaffney man admitted stabbing a Blacksburg man to death in November of 2003 during proceedings Thursday in Cherokee County General Sessions Court. More...

Inmate convicted in Donahue slaying will ask for a new trial

After spending nearly 10 years in prison, an inmate convicted of killing a Gaffney man is expected to request a new trial today at the Cherokee County Courthouse. More...

Millwood wants his masonry students to be more than just another brick in the wall

Kenny Millwood Teaches : Masonry Residence More...

Local News

Limestone prepares for 2005 graduation

Limestone College will graduate 330 students on Friday and Saturday at 4 p.m. ceremonies each day in Fullerton Auditorium. More...

HIGHEST ARROWS

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Sheriff’s Run for Relay rescheduled

The rain that caused last weekend More...

Sports

Four Indians recognized as all-region

Gaffney More...

The Gold Standard

n Shippy looks for repeat in long jump

When it comes to the long jump, nobody compares to Gaffney More...

Wildcats’ show enthusiasm at start of spring practice

Indian Land

Blacksburg football coach Robbie Blanton had a quick response to questions about spring practice. More...

Columns

And in this corner...

There are quite a few of my hobbies that are far from ordinary. I can regale you with tales of long forgotten Jedi and discuss warp drive theory at length (using actual physics and astrophysics if you More...

Their Views

MIRACLES STILL HAPPEN ... When the news broke that two North Charleston teenagers had been found alive more than 100 miles from where they set out in a small boat almost a week earlier, the smiles across the Lowcountry could have lit up the sky. More...

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