August 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

LifeStyles

Allergic reaction to bee, wasp stings can be life-threatening

For most people, damage is only temporary pain

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ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: My sister-in-law, More...

Gibsons married 50 years

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean Gibson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 28, 2005. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Terry L. Byars Employed by Tractor Supply in Shelby More...

Columns

Quit your whining and tell us the stories

There was probably nobody in America who was sitting there wondering what a former sportswriter, no matter how good an interviewer he might be, could add to the Natalee Holloway case, so declining to spend a Thursday night on CNN adding nothing to a More...

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Plan to stop chaos at the border could help Democrats

FROMA HARROP

President Bush should know he More...

Businessman appeals conviction; asks SLED to investigate officer

A local business owner is appealing a jury More...

Additional complaints surface

There have been at least two other complaints made against Cherokee County Metro Narcotics Unit Detective Al Phillips since he began his career with the Blacksburg Police Department in 1999. More...

Limestone has huge economic impact on county

Limestone College welcomed 230 new students to campus Friday morning for a weekend of moving and orientation activities before classes start on Aug. 31. More...

Local News

State is absorbing cost of rising fuel for school districts — sofar

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Theater complex still a ‘go’

Although the developer will apparently miss a late August groundbreaking date, the effort to locate an entertainment center at Prime Outlets at Gaffney hasn More...

Weekend traffic stop turns deadly

A Gaffney man shot himself early Saturday morning during a traffic stop by a Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Sports

Cavaliers survive Indians, 17-14

The Dorman Cavaliers didn More...

Chesnee overcomes slow start to crush ’Cats, 40-20

The atmosphere was electric. The stands were at full capacity. The cheerleaders were cheering and the band played on. More...

Spurrier looking forward to getting season underway

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Other News

AOL to pay $1.25 million

ALBANY, N.Y. America Online Inc., the world More...

Poll: People overwhelmingly support right of critics to openly protest Iraq war

WASHINGTON More...

Fed chairman voices concerns about U.S. economy

JACKSON, Wyo. More...

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