August 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Committee wants to ‘rock on’ with this year’s Memory Walk

Cherokee County More...

LifeStyles

Couple married June 24 in USC’s Rutledge Chapel

COLUMBIA More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Mom and dad must loosen the chains

Dear Annie: My daughter graduated from high school in June. More...

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLPARK

Jada Sarratt and Zyria Rodgers went with Crayons 2 Computers Child Care Center to see the Spartanburg Stingers. Jada and Zyria were chosen to have a dance competition with More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Charlie D. Mills Retired from Magnolia Finishing Company More...

State News

STATE BRIEFS

Baseball thrower shot by deputy DILLON More...

National News

Bush offers sympathy and prayers for fallen Scout leaders

BOWLING GREEN, Va. - As President Bush took to the podium in front of the enormous crowd at the National Boy Scout Jamboree, two troops of Scouts from Alaska stood up and cheered loudly along with their peers. More...

Fire access roads in California closed for repairs

CRESTLINE, Calif. - Ron Albright wonders what he More...

Passenger dies, driver hurt in crash

A Chesnee woman died Saturday evening when she was partially ejected in a 2-vehicle accident at S.C. Hwy. 110 and Secondary Road 36. More...

Parks plan takes center stage today at council meeting

The much-discussed city park plan could move another step forward today. More...

Pilot program: District will provide school supplies for middle school students

The Cherokee County School District is helping middle school students start the school year off with the right school supplies. More...

Local News

Police chief discusses teen DUI

Gaffney Police Chief John O More...

County attorney to update council on consolidation at meeting tonight

Cherokee County Council learned a hard lesson from a failed attempt to consolidate governments more than 10 years ago More...

Three people arrested on drug charges

Narcotics agents said they have seized crack cocaine, powder cocaine and marijuana and made three arrests on drug charges since Friday. More...

Sports

Magical season ends for Post 109

Irmo More...

Wildcats get kick out of practice

The Blacksburg Wildcats spent the first two days of preseason practice trying to answer a crucial question: Who will handle their kicking duties? More...

BRIEFS

Hardy, Williams lift Bulldogs to title Local swimmers More...

Columns

What? No Coke® machine?

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Whatever time I have left is left for Him 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?