July 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Retreat-goers clean up trail site

More than 200 young people attending a 3-day retreat spent time Friday morning cleaning up sections of the Overmountain Victory Trail in Cherokee County. More...

LifeStyles

MissWren, Mr. Vance wed in Summerville

Catherine Clary Wren of Summerville and John Todd Vance of Palm Beach, Fla., exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, April 2, 2005, at Summerville Baptist Church. The bride%27s father, Dr. Joe Richard Wren, performed the ceremony. More...

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Local lifeguards engage in friendly competition

Cherokee National, Irene Pool guards display skills

Lifeguards from Cherokee National Golf and Recreation Club joined the guards from Irene Municipal Pool for some friendly guard competition Monday evening at Irene Pool. More...

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OBITUARIES

Maria Anna Jones Homemaker ARGO, Ala. More...

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Changed dating habits

I stood watching helplessly as Nurse Shannon adjusted the scales at the doctor More...

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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED ...

for Intentions, like fruit, can turn sour. No matter how sincere our desire to be helpful, the whole endeavor may go askew. More...

For some students, school already back in session

After a month-long break, the district More...

No sales tax on many items

Parents will get some help from the state Aug. 5-7 in dealing with the annual expenses involved in getting their children ready to go back to school. More...

Local News

Administrator says city hall construction on schedule despite inclement weather

Despite the recent wet weather, work is progressing on schedule at the new $3.9 million city hall. More...

Little change expected in per diem rate

Crime may not pay, but local municipalities must pay to house their prisoners at the county detention center. More...

A RUSH OF MUGGLES -

Elise Sanders and Mary Grier Cash were pleased to finally get their hands on More...

Sports

Cherokee Athletics take state title

Too much pitching. Too much hitting. Ashby Pruitt More...

Locals go for crown tonight

Anderson spoiled Cherokee Athletics More...

BRIEFS

Gaffney Middle The Gaffney Middle School will hold football tryouts, beginning Aug. 8 from 4-5:30 p.m. Rising seventh and eighth graders must have a completed physical form for the tryout. More...

Other News

British Muslims condemn subway suicide attacks

LONDON (AP) More...

Poll finds Americans focused on abroad

WASHINGTON (AP) 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?