January 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Gulf Coast teachers still welcome to seek jobs here

No takers yet

Despite little interest so far, an offer remains on the table in South Carolina to help find jobs for teachers displaced by Hurricane Katrina. More...

King Committee honors volunteers who helped during Katrina tragedy

Civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. stressed the importance of community service in a life that helped bring about major social changes in America. More...

LifeStyles

Crawford – Millwood vows said Jan. 6

BLACKSBURG More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: I recently left a position for another in the same company, much to the dismay of my ex-boss. I am very happy in my new job. However, there is a woman in my old department who continues to badmouth me, even though I More...

FIVE GENERATIONS More...

Columns

They worked into the night to get the dam line back up

This past Saturday was a blustery ( I love that word!) day, but a good one for doing winter yard work. Translated, that means hauling off limbs that had fallen during THE ICE STORM a few weeks ago, something I More...

Group opens fire on Gaffney teens at car wash in Spartanburg

Two shots strike vehicle

A group of Gaffney teens was the target of gunfire Saturday night in Spartanburg, a report at the Spartanburg County Sheriff More...

Sheriff will seek 5th term

STAFF REPORTS Cherokee County Sheriff Bill Blanton officially announced today he will seek re-election to a fifth term. More...

Parade set for Saturday

The annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade will be held Saturday, Jan. 21, at 10 a.m. More...

Local News

Program provides advocate for nursing home residents

Cherokee County nursing home residents might soon have someone else watching out for them. More...

County-owned facility has long waiting list

Cherokee County Councilman Tim Spencer wants to do something about the long waiting list for the county More...

PATRIOTS

Re-enactors from Maine to Michigan converged on Cowpens National Battlefield on Saturday and Sunday for the 225th anniversary of the Patriot victory in the Upstate. More...

Sports

Wilkerson still a Tiger, coach says

Julius Wilkerson still will likely wear orange this fall. More...

BRIEFS

Last Week More...

Gaffney holds off Jackets

The Gaffney Indians survived a late rally and Paress Barker More...

Letters

LETTERS

Hunting group provides lifeline for local charities More...

Other News

Drug plan a headache for Republicans

WASHINGTON (AP) More...

Phishing, other scams, abound at tax time

Con artists want to get your money before the IRS

WASHINGTON (AP) More...

Saving energy tops tax-planning list for 2006

WASHINGTON (AP) 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?