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Hunsinger – Woodard vows exchanged June 4

Kristina Rene More...

Local high school artist places in top 10 in poster design scholarship competition

High school senior Brett Cline of Blacksburg placed eighth in the national Art Institutes/Americans for the Arts More...

Engagements

Foster

Keith and Patty Foster of Pacolet announce the engagement of their daughter, Shana, to Scott Arrowood, son of Dennis and Donna Arrowood of Inman. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Diacou Knitting Company Mildred Blackwell Scruggs, 78, formerly of 1446 Goucher School Road, died Saturday June 4, 2005, in Willow Ridge Nursing Center, Rutherfordton, N.C. More...

Columns

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A lesson learned from the woodpecker

The redheaded woodpecker flying overhead caught my attention. With great interest I watched as it lit on the side of a hard creosote power pole along the road. More...

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Board spends $812,150 to buy land

The Gaffney Board of Public Works bought two prime pieces of real estate Friday, which would be needed if the utility ever raises the water level of Lake Whelchel. More...

Where should Gaffney’s cabin go?

The saga of Michael Gaffney More...

Love of antique tractors has become a family affair

Wayne Morrison of Shelby remembers tearing apart a lawnmower when he was younger. The fun part was making sure he reassembled it correctly before his father returned from his 2nd-shift job. More...

Local News

Police Report

Drugs found in Blacksburg raid

Narcotics agents found cocaine, Xanax and ecstasy during a raid at a Blacksburg home, according to a report at the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Court Report

The following cases have been disposed of by the Seventh Circuit Solicitor More...

‘Monday’s Project’ delivers a message

For David Perry, the dream of being in a rock and roll band has never died. And for the past two years, this father of two has joined with a few friends to make it a reality and try to positively impact the community as well. More...

Sports

Post 109 on long break

n GHS graduation prompts shuffling of games this week

After playing only three games this season, Post 109 won More...

GHS shows promise at USC tourney

The Gaffney Indians showed at Saturday More...

Hoops league opens with upsets Indian Land

Gaffney boys More...

State News

Their Views

First healthy budget cycle in half a decade

State lawmakers at least gave Gov. Mark Sanford More...

State Briefs

Greenville Co. man shot after returning home

GREENVILLE, S.C. More...

Other News

Hezbollah sweeps Lebanon elections

BINT JBEIL, Lebanon More...

Poll: Religious zeal in U.S. ahead of other nations

Religious devotion sets the United States apart from some of its closest allies. Americans profess unquestioning belief in God and are far more willing to mix faith and politics than people in other countries, AP-Ipsos polling found. More...

‘Doubt’ wins Tony for best play; Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ wins best musical

NEW YORK More...

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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?