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Districts feel pinch as diesel fuel prices soar

Car, truck and SUV drivers aren More...

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Pair wed June 11 on Grand Bahama Island

Nancy Carol Adkins and Richard Craig Norris Jr., both of Beaufort, were married on Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas, in a 4 p.m. ceremony on June 11, 2005. The Rev. K. Brian Sands officiated. More...

Midway Baptist calls former First Baptist pastor as interim

Dr. M. B. "Bobby" Morrow Jr. has been called as interim pastor at Midway Baptist Church. It is actually the second time that Dr. Morrow has served as interim pastor at Midway. He served there from July 1992 to May 1993. More...

Bishop – Hughey

Allison Anita Bishop and Christopher Boyd Hughey are engaged to be married. A September 17 wedding is planned. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

OBITUARIES

Edna A. Thrift Homemaker Edna Earle Abernathy Thrift, 89, formerly of 827 N. Limestone St., died Sunday, July 24, 2005, at Peachtree Centre. More...

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LETTER

Pastors saddened, outraged over Clyburn attack Dear Editor: More...

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County office allowing access to some Social Security numbers

The chairman of Cherokee County Council said he was unaware anyone could walk into the tax assessor's office and obtain Social Security numbers of property owners who qualify for homestead exemptions More...

Fired tax assessor will have his say today at hearing

Former Cherokee County Tax Assessor Barry Kelley will claim he was wrongfully terminated when he takes his case before a grievance committee hearing today. More...

Some residents getting ‘fired up’ about festival

Approximately 350 people attended a community meeting at Macedonia Baptist Church on Monday to discuss the Fire Lake Festival scheduled for Aug. 11-14. More...

Local News

Alzheimer’s group names new co-chairs

High school is traditionally a time when one makes lifelong friends and memories. More...

THE WHIP SET

Brandon Elder displays the More...

Teachers complete studies down on the farm

Three Cherokee County teachers are ready to start the school year with a greater appreciation of agriculture and are better equipped to teach their students about the sources of their food, fiber, and forestry products. More...

Sports

Craig puts patriotism above baseball

Matt Craig had a breakout season for the Limestone College baseball team in 2005 and appeared to be primed for a senior season that every college athlete dreams of. More...

Post 109’s six-pack of pitchers

Some American Legion teams struggle to find one or two solid pitchers, but Post 109 has found six. More...

State tournament crown is only goal for Post 109

Post 109 wants to make its first trip to the state tournament a memorable one. More...

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