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Dr. J.W. Sanders Sr. named to S.C. Black Hall of Fame

The South Carolina Black Hall of Fame has named Dr. James W. Sanders Sr. as one of its honorees for 2005. Eleven persons were honored at the 15th annual Hall of Fame banquet in Columbia on Friday, July 22. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: I have an 85-year-old acquaintance who has dementia. More...

Grand ball Aug. 27 in Newberry will benefit historic opera house

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Obituaries - Free Access

Horace L. Turner

Born on Rocky Top Mountain in Newport, Tenn. Horace Lee Turner, 86, of 104 Saddle Drive, passed away Friday, Aug. 12, 2005, at Spartanburg Regional Heart Center. More...

Columns

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God is very much alive

In the mid-1960s a theology professor at Emory University shocked the religious world with his theory that God is dead. More...

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County employee chauffeurs councilman to Hilton Head

Finance director not even registered for conference
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Settlement reached over Freightliner pay raises

Freightliner and the United Auto Workers (UAW) agreed Friday to settle federal charges they engaged in unfair labor practices over a wage increase for local Freightliner employees. More...

Hero: Man revives co-worker who collapses at remote job site

Larry Ray just wanted to make a good impression on his first day on the job. More...

Local News

Caring people with open arms needed for foster care in Cherokee County

Numerous community organizations and church groups joined together Saturday to educate the public and try to bring some fun into the lives of foster children and the families who love them. More...

Starbucks deal percolating

Gaffney City Council will consider at its 7 p.m. meeting today first reading of an annexation ordinance clearing the way for Starbucks to locate a store there. More...

GHS academy program recognized for achievement

The Gaffney High Academy has been named a top instructional program by the South Carolina Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (SC-ASCD). More...

Sports

Leaping to glory

The regular-season opener was still 13 days away, but the Gaffney Indians looked in mid-season form at the Border Showcase Jamboree Saturday. More...

Oldtimers have a ball with fast-pitch softball game

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BRIEFS

GHS tennis team will hold workout Coo Coo Marlin More...

Other News

Israel seals off Gaza to Israeli civilians

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House leader takes on Supreme Court

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State agency looks to end centuries old practice of bear baying

COLUMBIA, S.C. For years, hunters have engaged in a practice called bear baying, in which they tie a captive bear to a stake and allow hunting dogs to bark at it as part of a training exercise. 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?