August 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Conditional occupancy permit issued for Alma Elementary School expansion

Cherokee County More...

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ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: My son and his wife are in the process of getting a divorce. The problem is that the children, both toddlers, are being neglected. This was going on even before the divorce. The mother would leave as soon as my son got home from work. He More...

Local beauties win Miss Cherokee crowns

Lindsay Lee named Miss Cherokee County 2006; Kristen Bratton is Miss Cherokee County Teen 2006

An unusually large crowd watched Saturday evening as Lindsay Lee More...

MISSION TRIP TO NYC More...

Obituaries - Free Access

OBITUARIES

Jones O. Johnson 20-year veteran of United States Army More...

Columns

First-year college students ironing out the wrinkles

I almost had a heart attack one day last week when I walked into our kitchen after work. More...

OUR VIEWS

Why that word was left in In a story on the front page of Monday More...

THEIR VIEW

Tax reform would be nice, but... Gov. Mark Sanford, who has probably never met a tax he didn More...

National News

Municipal companies say their water is just as good as bottled

MILWAUKEE More...

Iron City Place perks up with new coffee shop

Coffee 101 has come to Blacksburg. The brother and sister team of Jonathon Will and Kimberly Will have joined together to open a unique coffee shop at Iron City Place, the former Blacksburg school. More...

BACK TO SCHOOL FOR THE FIRST TIME

For Brown and Reynolds, private school is the right fit

( EDITOR More...

County might pay $30,000 to evaluate ‘ag use’ tracts

Cherokee County Council is turning to a private company for the politically sensitive task of reclassifying property in accordance with the state More...

Local News

West End plans celebration

West End Baptist Church will celebrate homecoming Sunday and will welcome back a former pastor who is now a worldrenowned evangelist. More...

Illness forces longtime Lutheran pastor to resign

In a letter addressed to church members and released Monday, Rev. Roger Lindler announced his resignation from St. Paul More...

RADIANT LIFE ASSEMBLY OF GOD CALLS NEW PASTOR More...

Sports

Fast-pitch game lets Oldtimers relive it

Under the timeless, and sweltering, August sun Tuesday evening, the 2005 Cherokee County Oldtimers fast-pitch softball game got underway with a record 35 players participating. More...

Lifeless Indians struggle

The Gaffney Indians can be very good. If they play with emotion. More...

BRIEFS

Cherokee Speedway race results Softball field open More...

Other News

Iraqi leaders say constitution still undecided

BAGHDAD, Iraq More...

Navy proposes new high-power destroyer

WASHINGTON More...

Angling 101: College offers class in how to catch a fish

COOPER LANDING, Alaska 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?