- Sweeney goes to boot camp
African Pastoral Training (APT) President Chuck Ballard has seen far more of the globe than the average American.
GCS students attend camps around the nation
A trio of Greenville Christian School students were accepted to prestigious camps this summer, bringing back information from across the United States to Greenville.
Hello ... again
Bonita Malone may be new to the position of executive director, but she is no stranger to DrugFree Greenville.
Anything but "Idol"
Familiar with the term “No guts, no glory?” Britnie Rosenbalm is.
In fact, she did what many don’t have the courage to do. She followed her dream to San Antonio to audition for this upcoming season of “American Idol.”
GCS graduate reaching for her dreams
While journalism in general has become a much more diversified field over the past few decades, sports writing is still a male-dominated field with a strict set of rules that the 21st century has done little to change.
Saying goodbye after 25 years
After serving the community for 25 years, Sharon Kroncke, executive director of DrugFree Greenville, is saying goodbye to the organization and giving a familiar face a chance to step into her shoes.
Rains student has plenty on his plate
Those individuals in the community who know Hunter Dickens know he is an upbeat teen with a lot on his plate, but thanks to Chili’s the portion sizes on the plate have become less daunting.
'Farm living is the life for me'
Gwen Snyder of Celeste went from city girl to lavender farmer and now seeks to share the happiness she’s found on the farm with families that are surrounded by man-made buildings and meticulously ordered landscaping.
Overcoming obstacles with 'Grace'
Ten teams of participants raced through downtown Greenville Saturday morning, making stops along the way to eat a sleeve of saltine crackers and whistle, pitch a tent, dig through trays of liver and pork skins to find 89 cents and stomp grapes, then later eat a snowcone made from the juice.
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