November 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

H-Tax: City has spent $566,000

This former textile town has a lot to offer More...

LifeStyles

Hair today – gone tomorrow

Scientists hunting new treatments for male-pattern baldness

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ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: After 26 years of marriage, my husband and I divorced two years ago. The problem is that he also has divorced our children and grandchildren. More...

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Obituaries - Free Access

OBITUARIES

Joseph W. McCleave Services for Joseph W. McCleave, 70, of 110 Washington Ave., will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Mikes Creek Baptist Church, conducted by the Revs. Michael Henderson, Gerald McCleave and Phil Foney. More...

Columns

Getting to the next level

I saw this Help Wanted ad the other day and it said the company doing the hiring was looking for someone to More...

The importance of a grateful heart

When you do something good for someone, is it just to receive his or her thanks? Of course not. You do so out of love and care and because God has provided you with means whereby you are able to help others. More...

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Holidays find Meals On Wheels in dire straits

As Cherokee County prepares to give thanks, many homebound residents are wondering if they More...

Lower gas prices won’t mean big increase in number of holiday travelers

Gas prices aren More...

Local News

POLICE REPORT

Gaffney man pleads guilty in gun case A Gaffney man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday for his involvement in what U.S. Attorney Johnny Gasser called one of the largest organized gun theft and trafficking rings in state history. More...

Art work on display in downtown gallery

Gallery 111 inside Birnie Street Marketplace became a showcase Saturday for artwork by Cherokee County students in uptown Gaffney. More...

Financial report completed

The South Carolina Peach Festival will learn soon what impact The Four Tops and large events like the mud bog had on the festival financially. More...

Sports

Pendulum swings Gaffney’s way

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Hemphill describes effort against Spartanburg as his best

Quinton Hemphill stamped his name prominently on one of the most thrilling games ever, rushing for more than 200 yards and intercepting a last-second pass to preserve the Gaffney Indians More...

Long tests Spartanburg’s secondary with deep passes

Malcolm Long knew exactly what to do against Spartanburg Friday night throw the ball long against the Vikings More...

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