May 11, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

A TOUCH OF CLASS

The 2005-2006 School Teachers of the Year for Cherokee County are: More...

LifeStyles

Mom not allowed in daughter’s home

ANNIE

Dear Annie: I More...

58th Tiny Tot Parade set for May 14

B&PW Club hosts annual event in Fullerton Auditorium

Th e Gaffney Business and Professional Women More...

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Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Ralph B. Wilkins Spartanburg native EAST HARTFORD, CONN. More...

Letters

Letters

There were so many people from so many denominations

Dear Citizens of Cherokee County: Our community should be very proud of its support of the National Day of Prayer. More...

Columns

County council can’t justify this inequity

It was probably close to 15 years ago that I wrote a column proposing a consolidation of governments in Cherokee County. More...

Their View

More modest school plan needed

For the second year in a row, state lawmakers handed Gov. Mark Sanford an emphatic defeat on his major legislative initiative: the school choice bill known as Put Parents in Charge. More...

New proposal could kill county tax hike

Maybe Cherokee County taxpayers won More...

District teachers of the year honored at board meeting

Blacksburg High English teacher Pam Hughes and other school teachers of the year were honored at Tuesday More...

Local News

Students meet their ‘trucker buddy’

John Rust parked his truck next to Blacksburg Middle School on Tuesday and marveled as students took turns crawling inside the big rig. More...

PACT testing begins today for grades 3-8

Elementary and middle school students will start the Palmetto Achievement Challenge Test (PACT) today. More...

Reader of the Week

Husband Charles; children, Mitchell, Randall, Joel and Deanna; grandchildren Dustin and Britney More...

Sports

Melton hopes to open eyes at combine

Indian Land

Gaffney More...

GHS begins drills with a stop watch

Gaffney More...

Returning players bolster Post 109; makes cuts tougher, Osment says

American Legion Post 109 manager Jeff Osment expects more than one player to spark this year More...

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