February 13, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Chavis, McAllister have the write stuff

Corinth Elementary student Jonathan Chavis took a few safety precautions before telling his parents about a recent writing contest. More...

LifeStyles

Small-town society columns hold old-fashioned charms

Writing since she was 75, 103-year-old gets news from nursing home visitors and phone calls

ROCKWOOD, Tenn. (AP) Roxie McClendon gets her news from visitors at the nursing home or from phone calls, and then passes it along in her column in the weekly Rockwood Times. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

His love

Dear Annie: I love my fiancee, More...

Have your treasured antiques appraised at Feb. 19 fund raiser

It probably won More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Mot Smiley Talented porcelain doll maker KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. More...

Columns

So where’s the snow?

Klonie JORDAN

I can More...

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Capitol Police did Democrats a favor

GUEST COLUMNIST

Democrats in Congress should be thanking God for the Capitol Police (but of course they can More...

Beck guilty, will serve life sentence

It took less than an hour for a Cherokee County General Sessions Court jury to find 29year-old Arthur Shane Beck guilty of murder. More...

Grassy Pond Elementary test-driving bold new math teaching concept

Grassy Pond Elementary fifth grade students Ansley McCraw, Malik Gaffney and Wesley Gainey are laughing Friday afternoon when the next math problem appears on their function generator game. More...

Local News

Black history program tonight at GHS

Gaffney High students will showcase talents in step dancing and gospel singing at tonight More...

FUTURE TEACHER More...

GHS receives $2,500 grant to enhance technology

Gaffney High School announced on Jan. 16, 2006 that Best Buy awarded a $2,500 te@ch award to the school for integrating interactive technology into the curriculum. More...

Sports

Wildcats claim region title

Tickets $5. Beating Landrum 4 Region Again. Priceless. More...

BRIEFS

Blacksburg More...

Gaffney makes playoffs

Now, the three-time defending state champion Gaffney Indians can worry about the state playoffs. More...

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