February 6, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Sheriff’s department officers return after training troops at Fort Jackson

Two Army Reserve drill sergeants have returned home to Cherokee County after being assigned to Fort Jackson for 18 months. More...

LifeStyles

ANNIES MAILBOX

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Jimmy Carter is never too busy to promote his hometown

Former President is very proud of his roots

PLAINS, Ga. (AP) More...

ANNIVERSARY

Mr. and Mrs. Wylie married 30 years

Garry and Patsy Wylie celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on Jan. 24, 2006, by taking a trip to Myrtle Beach. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

OBITUARIES

Emmie J. Wood Retired from Hamrick Mills SPARTANBURG More...

Columns

Six more weeks of ... hey, watch that truck!

Part of my job description is to debunk myths. Or at least I think it is; let me check again. More...

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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED

Amazing what you can do with this stuff

My admiration and respect for WD-40 is enormous. Though it has not made the list of More...

BPW won’t raise rates; will raise salaries

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Utility adopts 4-day work week

Say good-bye to the 5-day work week. In a move to cut costs, the Board of Public Works commissioners this weekend approved general manager Donnie Hardin More...

Stolen mail case

Authorities try to determine exact charges

U.S. Postal Service Inspectors are working with the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Local News

Man released on bond

A Gaffney man accused of sexually assaulting two minors was released Friday from the Cherokee County Detention Center on $100,000 surety bond set by Cherokee County Magistrate Frank Crocker. More...

New theater set to open Friday, Feb. 10

Plaza Twins Theater will mark its grand opening Friday, Feb. 10 by showing the movies More...

School plans trip to Washington

Chicken stew helped pay the way Friday evening for 80 Blacksburg Middle School eighth graders to tour Washington, D.C., May 25-27. More...

Sports

Six Indian grapplers advance

The wrestling season continued for six Gaffney High wrestlers at the Region 34A wrestling tournament at Fort Mill High School on Friday. More...

Jonesville slips past Wildcats

Blacksburg coach Travis Miller offered a simple explanation for his team More...

Queens explodes past Lady Saints

Once Queens found the range, it was no contest against the Limestone Lady Saints on Saturday. More...

State News

STATE BRIEFS

Cockfighting raid nets 25 arrests FLORENCE More...

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