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Suspect in Feb. 11 murder arrested
Quadrillya Armstrong remembers how her cousin lit up every room he entered. “You could not be around him and be sad,” she said.
Blacksburg missionary touched by girl’s plight
Oh, Mercy! Blacksburg resident Vince Tharpe isn’t the first person to have this thought upon seeing the twisted and curved feet of 15-year-old Mercy, who lives in a remote village in Ghana, West Africa.
Christmas on Limestone-goers met with snow, rain and sleet
Christmas on Limestone and the City of Gaffney’s nighttime Christmas parade went forward Friday evening amid rain, sleet and snow, proving the Christmas spirit can overcome bad weather — at least up to a certain point.
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Chamber hosts nonprofit spotlight event
The Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce held a "speed-networking" spotlight on nonprofits Jan. 19 at the YMCA in Gaffney. Over 30 nonprofits filled the YMCA's gym.
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Police searching for man who robbed downtown bank
Police are searching for a man responsible for robbing a North Granard Street bank Monday afternoon.
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Friday morning accident
Staff writer Tim Gulla was on the scene of this Friday morning wreck on South Granard Street at Willis Plaza and shot this video.
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Bowl game trip leads to closure from 1944 air crash
It's been 72 years since William Thomas Dixon was killed in an air training accident, but his family recently received some closure, thanks in part to the success of the Clemson Tigers football team.
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Bowl game trip leads to closure from 1944 air crash
It's been 72 years since William Thomas Dixon was killed in an air training accident, but his family recently received some closure, thanks in part to the success of the Clemson Tigers football team.
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Bowl game trip leads to closure from 1944 air crash
It's been 72 years since William Thomas Dixon was killed in an air training accident, but his family recently received some closure, thanks in part to the success of the Clemson Tigers football team.
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Baptism by ice: Alaskans make annual plunge into frigid lake
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — More than a thousand people in Alaska dressed up as elves or in other elaborate costumes, while some stripped down to barely anything to take part in a polar plunge.

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