February 1, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Private firm could be hired to inspect new school buildings

A school board committee is set to discuss whether the district More...

LifeStyles

Class beauties will be crowned in 2006 Miss Cherokeean Pageant

Competition is set for Saturday, Feb. 4, in GHS auditorium

Tannual Miss Cherokeean Pageant is set for Saturday, Feb. 4, at 6:30 p.m. in GHS More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

He wants his money back for work not done Dear Annie: More...

Winter is a good time to trim trees and shrubs

Winter More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Ruby W. Davis Retired from Kentucky Fried Chicken More...

Letters

LETTER

Georgia 10th-grader needs your input Dear Editor: More...

Columns

One woman’s story

Norma Childers got her day in court and like a lot of people who do, she wasn More...

A bigger issue in school calendar debate

Nobody likes the idea of kids being cooped up in a classroom in August. It More...

Encouraging the growth of school choice

The state Senate has given initial approval to the creation of a statewide charter school district that would encourage the growth of school choice in South Carolina. More...

Accused school district employees submit resignations

Two Gaffney High employees resigned Tuesday in the wake of accusations against them. Building engineer Ron Keller and Gaffney High teacher submitted their resignations through their attorneys. Cherokee County Superintendent Dr. More...

Sheriff releases annual stats

Five people were arrested in connection with two unrelated murders in 2005, according to end-of-year statistics from the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Study: Tithing ain’t what it used to be

As a recent national study has been released showing Americans now give an average of 2.6 percent of their income to churches, Cherokee County congregations might need to take notice. More...

Local News

12 selected to Region Band

The Gaffney High Band of Gold had 12 members selected for the 2006 South Carolina Region Band following competitive auditions the past two Saturdays. More...

City hall dedication set March 17

Local residents will have another reason to celebrate St. Patrick More...

READER OF THEWEEK

Name Bill Schalk Occupation Pastor of Lynn Hill Baptist Church, former Cherokee County Recycling Director More...

Sports

Wildcats climb region standings

Blacksburg seized control of its playoff destiny Tuesday with a convincing 63-44 win over Christ Church in Greenville. More...

BRIEFS

Granard Middle will host the Little Six conference tournament Feb. 6-10. More...

Trojans sink Gaffney

While piling up wins and state championships over the last several years, the Gaffney Indians were accustomed to taking everyone 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?