November 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

LifeStyles

Project ZERO topic at AAUW meeting

Judy Wyles of the Cherokee County Project ZERO was guest speaker at the October meeting of the Gaffney Branch of the American Association of University Women. More...

Iron City Ministries hosts annual fund raising auction in Blacksburg

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Hopewell Baptist Church relay center for Operation Christmas Child boxes

Baptist Church, 511 Old Chester Road, is an official relay center for Samaritan More...

Columns

Not having enough textbooks is inexcusable

Perhaps critics of the South Carolina Department of Education have been a bit harsh. More...

LETTERS

Says officer failed to help disabled school bus Dear Editor: More...

THEIR VIEWS

This will only work if it is enforced Beginning Dec. 9, our state will take a simple step toward reducing the number of motorists killed on our dangerous roads. A new seatbelt law goes into effect. More...

A steady diet of RICE

Gamecock phenom not surprised by his surge to success

Sidney Rice isn More...

Mechanical problem blamed for bus accident

Twenty-eight Luther Vaughan Elementary students were treated for minor injuries at Upstate Carolina Medical Center (UCMC) after the school bus in which they were riding was involved in an accident Monday afternoon. More...

Local News

Commission will study spending

The spending habits of local governments will be scrutinized when the Consolidation Commission meets in a few weeks. More...

GHS grad home from Iraq

As Sgt. Sam Grant made his way through the dusty streets of Balad, Iraq, Gaffney was the farthest thing from his mind. But when he finally got access to the Internet, he was able to recapture a little link to home. More...

Residents find some relief at the pump

improvement going on, so that More...

Sports

Indians still working to improve

Forget the 31-0 rout of the Hillcrest Rams last Friday. Gaffney coach Phil Strickland says he still sees things that need work as his team prepares for a second round playoff matchup against Spartanburg on Friday. More...

Spartans outlast Limestone

This wasn More...

BRIEFS

SUPER LATE MODEL: 1. Randy Weaver, Crossville, Tenn.; 2. Randall Chupp, Troutman, N.C.; 3. Brandon Kinzer, Allen, Ky.; 4. Mark Vineyard, Powell, Tenn.; 5. Dennis Franklin, Gaffney. 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?