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Limestone College professor receives Excellence in Teaching Award

Limestone College biology professor Dr. Suzanne Lindley received an Excellence in Teaching Award in Columbia on Tuesday. More...

LifeStyles

Buford Street United Methodist Church choir will sing Easter portion of Handel's 'Messiah'

Performance will be presented Palm Sunday at 11 a.m.

The Buford Street United Methodist Church choir will sing the Easter portion of Handel%27s More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar

Dear Annie: My husband, "Jim," works for the federal government. Between his work obligations and his horrible daily commute, I expect him to be gone 60 hours per week. However, week after week, he is away from home 80 to 90 hours. More...

Local girls compete in White Rose Pageant

The Spartanburg Chapter of the Links Inc. presented the White Rose Pageant on Saturday March 18, at 6 p.m. at Summit Point in Spartanburg. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Maureen S. Felmet

Virginia native SPARTANBURG - Maureen Sproles Felmet, 81, of 1242 White Plains Road, died Wednesday, April 5, 2006, at her home. More...

Fain W. Gibson

with Exxon Company JAMESTOWN, N.C. - Fain Willard Gibson, 86, 506 Tangle Drive, died Wednesday April 5, 2006, in High Point R e g i o n a l Hospital. More...

Eleanor G. Champion

Former school teacher Eleanor Greene Champion, 88, died Tuesday, April 4, 2006, in Gaston Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. More...

Columns

Return to Camp Old Indian

My definition of a lake party does not involve food or drink. It is a giant splash and a wake-up call for the recipient, commonly known as a Boy Scout counselor at Camp Old Indian. More...

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Life support and who pays for it

Most of the fist-waving a year ago was over whether Michael Schiavo had the right to order the removal of his wife%27s life support. More...

Man dies when overwhelmed by brush fire

A 77-year-old Gaffney man died of burns and smoke inhalation Wednesday. More...

Railroad cars back on track following Wednesday accident

Two cars that were part of a Norfolk-Southern train derailed in Blacksburg at 10 a.m. Wednesday. More...

Local News

Miracle Hill Rescue Mission welcomes Lehman

Murl Lehman wants to bring hope to the homeless in Gaffney. More...

Men's Leadership Banquet hoops it up

Clemson University associate head basketball coach Dr. Ron Bradley and Gaffney High head basketball coach Mark Huff will speak April 15 at this year%27s Men%27s Leadership Banquet at Buford Street United Methodist Church. More...

POLICE BRIEFS

A Gaffney man has been arrested after he allegedly threatened to kill everyone in his house earlier this week. More...

Sports

A day to celebrate the surprises, the rookies, the sentimental favorites

AUGUSTA, Ga. - The first round of the Masters should be about the guys who come out of nowhere, the rookies who play like veterans, the sentimental favorites. More...

4th Ward starts season on Monday

What do you get when you combine some former Gaffney and Blacksburg high basketball stars, and a former college standout? More...

Giants top Braves, 6-4

SAN FRANCISCO - Barry Bonds strolled out of the clubhouse after hardly taking a swing and hardly uttering a word, his personal videographer and teenage son on his trail. More...

Inside Report

Tom DeLay's paradox

WASHINGTON - Before Tom DeLay suddenly let it be known Monday night that he would resign from Congress, the word in Republican circles had been that he envisioned a post-leadership career in the House as an Appropriations subcommittee and perhaps eve 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?