September 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Local group will assault litter on Lake Cherokee as part of statewide effort

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Dear Annie: About 18 months ago, I met More...

Grant will play Limestone’s prized Aeolin-Skinner organ in Sept. 20 concert

Historic instrument recently under went $150,000 refurbishing

One of the region%27s most accomplished organists, Dr. J. Michael Grant, will be More...

Hendersons mark first year at Shady Grove Baptist Church

The Rev. George Henderson and his wife, Catherine, will celebrate their first year of service at Shady Grove Baptist Church with a special program Sunday at 4 p.m. Bishop Anthony L. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Mildred T. Foster

Mildred Thomas Foster of 125 N. Logan St., wife of Rufus H. Foster Jr., answered the Master More...

Columns

Liberty and justice for all... whether we’re grateful or not

They say America is the great melting pot, a place where people from all over the world can congregate and live as equals More...

LETTER

VFD chief points out sacrifices made by volunteer firefighters More...

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New company will bring between 30 and 50 jobs

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League once again denies Melton athletic eligibility

The South Carolina High School League has apparently denied former Gaffney studentathlete Nick Melton More...

GHS football player facing criminal charge

A member of the Gaffney High football team allegedly told principal Dr. Quincie Moore that he sexually assaulted a girl in a school bathroom, according to a police report on file at the Gaffney Police Department. More...

Local News

State assisting displaced teachers

South Carolina has 400 vacancies

The State Department of Education is working to help teachers displaced by Hurricane Katrina who might be interested in finding jobs in South Carolina schools. More...

A GIVING BUFFET Cherokee County American Red Cross Chairman Ray Nix poses with More...

Limestone offering free classes

Limestone College is offering free online classes so college students displaced by Hurricane Katrina can continue their educations. More...

Sports

Struggling teams set to clash at W.L. Varner Stadium

Both Woodruff and Blacksburg have enjoyed plenty of success on the football field throughout their history. But not much of it is recent. More...

Unbeaten ’Dogs to test confidence against Indians

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Want to find Duffie? Just follow the ball

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