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ReunionFebruary 18, 2018 by Terry Elledge (Register to contact)
Is there a reunion for class of 68
ParkerscopesJanuary 4, 2014 by Richard D Sawyer (Register to contact)
I am looking for the following PARKERSCOPES. 1967 - 1983 - 1984. These annuals will complete the collection of all Parkerscopes that were published. These will be added and archived for public viewing at Furman University. Please help me complete this 40 year project. Thanks Richard D. Sawyer Class of '64.
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Parker High School held its final graduation ceremony on June 7, 1985.
Parker High School was a 'Mill Village Miracle' Greenville News
Construction on the $150000 Parker High School began in 1923.
Parker High grads make plans to honor past Greenville News
Scuff marks reveal the thousands of people who shuffled into the old Parker High School auditorium for beauty pageants, band concerts, assemblies.
Watauga, Avery Obituaries – July 3, 2019 High Country Press
The following are recent obituary notices from Austin & Barnes and Hampton funeral homes in Boone and Reins-Sturdivant in Newland. Iris N. Gragg (February ...
Parker High School Homecoming celebrates 90 years Greenville News
It's been three decades since Parker High School closed its doors, but time hasn't diminished the pride of the grads who speak fondly of their “PHD”: Parker High ...
Greenville's new soccer team set to make its first home in City View Greenville News
Greenville Triumph Soccer Club has the zoning approvals to make its first home at Legacy Early College in City View.
Former Parker coach Whitie Kendall named to Hall Greenville News
The late Whitie Kendall, who won more than 250 games as the coach at Parker High School, is a member of the South Carolina Football Coaches Association's ...
Joseph O. McCrary, Johns Hopkins physicist, dies Baltimore Sun
Joseph Otto McCrary, a retired Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory physicist and Columbia community volunteer, died of heart and kidney failure Dec.
Why Pete Hollis is a revered name in Greenville Greenville News
Some Parker High School graduates have long memories. Their loyal support of Lawrence Peter (Pete) Hollis led to the name of the “Western Connector” and ...
Column: Why Legacy Charter School should be allowed to rebuild school in Berea community Greenville News
Should Greenville County sell the former Berea School property parcel to a successful K5-12 charter program, Legacy Early College, to serve middle school ...
Daughter of beloved Travelers Rest couple turns to faith as parents recover from attack Greenville News
Chandra Willis-Kasa, daughter of a Travelers Rest business owner who, along with his wife was beaten and robbed, is moving forward by faith.
Greenville Roots: Fire destroys Poe Mill Greenville News
Poe Mill and its village were designed by J. E. Sirrine in his first major job for nationally-known mill architects Lockwood Greene.
Serendipity Labs Coworking inks deal for Plush Mill site in Greenville Upstate Business Journal
The former Piedmont Plush Mill located on Highway 123 between downtown and the Village of West Greenville soon will be home to a new model of coworking ...
The rise and fall of Greenville's Textile Hall Greenville News
The first Southern Textile Exposition, held in Greenville's Piedmont & Northern Warehouse in 1915 was a roaring success.
Frank Eppes was outspoken and compassionate Greenville News
Frank Eppes was known for giving probation rather than jail time to those whom he thought deserved a second chance,
The Maternity Shelter Greenville News
Emily Passmore had lived an exciting life. After completing nurses' training in New York in 1917, she served in U. S. Army hospitals in France during the First ...
Berea High alumni honor school’s first band director Greenville News
Berea High alumni project honors first band director with renaming of band room, support of future musicians.
Dan Foster was a legendary sports writer Greenville News
Editor's note: For more than 140 years, The Greenville News has told the story of our community and the people who live here. Each day this year we are ...
Southern Textile Basketball Tournament was popular for decades Greenville News
In November 1920, YMCA directors at Upstate cotton mills organized the Southern Textile Basketball Tournament.
Q&Amy: The multi-million dollar fate of Tindal Park Greenville News
Q: Is it true that the Tindal Park property is going to be sold? To whom? For what?
West Greenville has checkered past Greenville News
It began as “Stradleyville,” a vaguely defined but often lawless area beyond the West End.
Greenville's Carolina Drive In opens new location this week Greenville News
The Carolina Drive-in opened on Old Buncombe Road in the 1950s. Now owner Nick Skenteris has a strategic answer to keeping the diner relevant.
Cliff Kimsey, oldest UGA football letterman, dies at 94 Atlanta Journal Constitution
Cliff Kimsey died at age 94 in Georgia. He shared a UGA backfield with Georgia Heisman Trophy winner Frank Sinkwich and Lamar 'Racehorse' Davis.
Pollard, Sandra Mae Phillips Winston-Salem Journal
WINSTON-SALEM June 1, 1950 - August 19, 2017 Sandra Mae Phillips Pollard, 67, was born on June 1, 1950 in Greenville, SC to Virgil and Helen Phillips who ...
Northgate Soda Shop: A living museum of Greenville history Greenville News
Well-worn paper signs kindly ask patrons to “please look but don't touch” the vintage knick-knacks on the Northgate Soda Shop's wall of shelves — and about all ...
Three Greenville County Council districts headed to primary elections Greenville News
County Council District 18: Greer and Blue Ridge. Councilman Joe Baldwin and businessman Mike Barnes will face off in a rematch of the 2012 Republican ...
Bobby Ivey and Bill Pate among 2016 S.C. Football Coaches Hall of Fame inductees The Herald
The South Carolina Football Coaches Hall of Fame released its 2016 group of inductees, which includes former local coaches Bobby Ivey and Bill Pate.
City View First Baptist's Steven Gillespie retiring as music minister Greenville News
Steven Gillespie believes deeply that Hans Christian Andersen was right when he said, "Where words fail, music speaks."
Rex Carter, former House speaker, dies at 88 Greenville News
Rex Lyle Carter, former South Carolina House Speaker, died today at home, his family said.
Smiley's Acoustic Cafe's Mike Fletcher brings love of music into his work Greenville News
Smiley's Acoustic Cafe owner Mike Fletcher shares musical passion with performers, patrons.
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