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Miss Childers, Mr. Holmes married June 4

Cynthia Childers and Brad Holmes exchanged marriage vows on Saturday, June 4, 2005, at Draytonville Baptist Church. The Rev. C. Todd Braswell officiated the 3 p.m. double ring ceremony. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

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Peterson – Wilkins

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Obituaries - Free Access

Margaret P. Mooney

Gaffney native Margaret Johnnie Phillips Mooney of 104 Van Buren St. died Sunday, July 17, 2005, at her home. More...

Marvin Mullinax Sr.

Retired from Cherokee Finishing Company Marvin Mullinax Sr., 72, of 155 Marvin Road, died Monday, July 18, 2005, at his home. More...

M.C. Walker

Employed by City of Chesnee CHESNEE More...

Other News

Bush nominates strong conservative for high court

WASHINGTON More...

Northeast may be devoid of military

WASHINGTON More...

Pakistan arrests ’important’ suspect; British police remove subway carriage

LONDON More...

Cancer center ruling appealed

The Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System (SRHS) will take its case on behalf of Cherokee County cancer patients to a higher court. More...

In wake of ‘ag use’ controversy Administrator fires county tax assessor

Cherokee County Tax Assessor Barry Kelley was fired Tuesday by interim administrator Ben More...

ARTIST AT WORK

Caroline Bradley experiments with watercolor painting More...

Local News

Peach Praise concert draws 700

Entertaining was just a part of the mission for By The Tree and Big Daddy Weave while performing for 700 people at this year More...

No changes made in pool hall ordinance

Blacksburg Town Council has decided not to make any changes to its pool hall ordinance after a brief discussion at its July meeting. More...

Blacksburg cheerleaders hard at work preparing for upcoming season

How do 20 Blacksburg High competition cheerleaders spend their summer? More...

Sports

Cody featured in SI magazine

Cody Transou wrapped up his second straight state championship in golf in June and will be featured in an upcoming issue of More...

Post 109 one away from advancing

Post 109 moved a step closer to advancing in the American Legion state playoffs Tuesday with a thrilling come from behind win over Lancaster. More...

Anderson takes 9-8 win over Cherokee Athletics

The Cherokee Athletics 15-yearold all star team lost their bid for another state championship in heartbreaking fashion Monday evening. More...

Columns

Don’t worry about it

An AP story about what national problem Americans are most worried about got me to thinking. More...

A personnel matter; yeah, right OUR VIEW

Barry Kelley was fired Tuesday. In case you don More...

GUEST COLUMNIST Why we’re appealing the judge’s ruling

The people of Cherokee County need cancer services they can count on. That More...

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