November 17, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Excellence is a way of life at CTC, Blacksburg Primary

Cherokee Technology Center and Blacksburg Primary received an excellent rating when state report cards were issued Thursday. More...

LifeStyles

Wilkins returns home to give gospel concert

Performance Saturday will celebrate release of new CD

Tyronn Wilkins will return home with his popular gospel group FAV'R for a concert More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

He just wants to be happy again Dear Annie: My wife and I have been married for 11 years and have a beautiful 3-year-old daughter. The problem is, over the years we have grown apart, and we now act more like friends than a couple. More...

Limestone alumnus to perform at piano dedication on Nov. 20

Limestone alumnus and pianist Dr. Greg Thompson will perform a recital in Limestone College's Carroll Recital Hall on Monday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The performance will celebrate the dedication of the piano donated by alumnus Keith O'Steen ('76). More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Herbert Ray Ramsey

Retired meat cutter

Herbert Ray Ramsey, 83, formerly of Maple Drive, went home to be with the Lord today, Nov. 17, 2006, at Peachtree Centre. More...

Steven McCraw

Cherokee County native

CONCORD, N.C. - Steven Douglas McCraw, 55, of Shamrock Street, died Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2006, in NorthEast Medical Center. More...

Mattie (Suddie) Bright

Retired from textiles

Mattie Sue (Suddie) Bowman Bright, 85, of 902 Beech St., went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2006, at Upstate Carolina Medical Center. More...

Inside Report

INSIDE REPORT

Nancy Pelosi's first mistake

WASHINGTON - As the new House majority caucus prepared to pick its leadership Thursday, Democrats were trying to make the best of the inevitability of Nancy Pelosi as the party's first speaker in a dozen years. More...

Columns

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Not an accurate picture

Gaffney High JROTC students have taken turns over the past several days sticking new labels on state report cards which will be mailed out to parents next week. More...

Manhunt lands 3 in prison

Three people who led police on a five-hour manhunt in March have entered guilty pleas. More...

PRACTICE FIRE

Blacksburg, Buffalo and Cashions Kings Creek volunteer fire departments sparked up some training Tuesday evening at a More...

Police locate weapon Gaston County, N.C., officer reported stolen 20 years ago

A gun reported stolen 20 years ago from a Gaston County, N.C., police officer turned up in Gaffney this week. More...

Local News

Debunking some myths about hospice

November marks the 28th annual celebration of National Hospice Month, but many people in Cherokee County don't understand the nature of the term. More...

Chamber names new directors

The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has announced the election of officers to the Board of Directors. More...

GET THE MESSAGE?

Football fans all over the City of Gaffney are expressing their opinion about the Gaffney-Byrnes competition set for Friday night. The Tide car wash on Floyd Baker Boulevard and C.C. More...

Sports

Byrnes, Gaffney: The Sequel

The last time a nationally-ranked opponent visited the Reservation was ... the last time the Byrnes Rebels played the Gaffney Indians. More...

Howard: Accepts his role in Indians drive for another state title

D rew Howard likely isn't going to lead the Indians on a game-winning drive. He probably won't be surrounded by reporters after the game. More...

Starting Seniors

MALCOLM LONG Quarterback More...

Letters

Gaffney has many reasons to be proud of football players

Dear Editor: Our second graders have been studying teamwork. As part of our study, we invited a few of the Gaffney High football players to speak to the students. More...

Says columnist mocks the God of Scripture

Dear Editor: The article written on the editorial page on Friday, Nov. More...

'Double, double, toilet trouble ...'

Dear Editor: As I read the article in Wednesday's paper about the need for additional material to help the students at BHS understand Macbeth, I was reminded of Halloween. More...

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