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Talented youths present Sleeping Beauty

Tuesday show will feature special appearance by ballerina Taylor Snuggs

Sleeping Beauty, a classic fairy tale adapted for the stage by Blanche Marvin, will be performed by the Journey School of the Arts on Tuesday, March 21, at the Gaffney Little Theatre. Show time is 7:30 p.m. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

It's time for sis to get her life together

Dear Annie: Last year, after a bitter divorce, my husband%27s sister and her children moved in with us. "Betty" promised she would get a job as soon as the kids were settled. More...

"U Set Me Up"

Dramatic, funny, musical gospel play set

Good acting, great music and a powerful message beams forth from the dramatic, funny and musical gospel play "U Set Me Up." More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Doris Kennedy

Homemaker Doris Elizabeth Nalley Kennedy, 74, of 316 Austin Drive, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, March 14, 2006, at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. More...

Bobby D. Hill

Retired from Amoco Fibers Bobby Dean Hill, 69, of 519 Burnt Gin Road, died Tuesday, March 14, 2006, in Upstate Carolina Medical Center. More...

Lucille Mosley

Homemaker Emma Lucille Huffstetler Mosley, 90, a resident of Brookview House, formerly of Bryant Street, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 16, 2006. More...

Inside Report

Not confirming judges

WASHINGTON - On May 9, 2001, President Bush nominated U.S. District Judge Terrence W. Boyle of Edenton, N.C., to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. It took nearly four years for the Judiciary Committee to send his nomination to the Senate floor. More...

Duke Power will begin application

In a move that could provide the county with its biggest economic boost ever, Duke Power said Thursday it is moving forward with the application process for a nuclear power plant in Cherokee County. More...

Utility giant has reputation as a good neighbor

Courting a nuclear power plant can be tricky business, but living with one need not be. More...

Local News

Walgreens will be built on Taylor-Watson site

A local shopping tradition is about to disappear, but another one will soon be starting. More...

Moss announces candidacy For S.C. House District 29

Political newcomer Dennis Carroll Moss of Gaffney is announcing his candidacy for the seat of South Carolina House District No. 29 which is being vacated by current Representative Dewitt McCraw. House District No. More...

McCraw honored

Rhett Hasell, right, President of the Gaffney Kiwanis Club, presented Buddy McCraw the Kiwanian of the Year award. Buddy was an active member for 37 years but due to health reasons he retired in 2005. More...

Sports

Woodruff assistant to lead 'Cats defense

Woodruff High assistant Coby Peeler has been hired as the Blacksburg Wildcats%27 new defensive coordinator. More...

BRIEFS

Softball tourney Lady Indians fall Howard named Lady Saints More...

Watson throws shutout

The Gaffney Indians warmed up for tonight%27s big test against region rival Lancaster with a workmanlike 7-0 victory over Wade Hampton on Wednesday. More...

Letters

LETTER

Many folks deserve a whole lot of thanks Dear Editor: More...

Columns

Back in touch

A lot of controversy surrounds the new place-to-be on the %27Net - myspace.com. More...

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