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Little unseats Medley; Parris re-elected to county council

Ledger Staff Writer Quay Little has a favorite color the next four years - gray. More...

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was 5 years old Aug. 27. His sister, Madeline Ryan, More...

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son of Bryant and Kim Clary of Gaffney was 2 years old Nov. 1. He has a brother, Andrew, and a sister, Shelbie Ann. Grandparents are Kathy and Gene Bobo of Union and Judy and Robby Clary of Gaffney. More...

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is 2 years old today, Nov. 3. He is the son of Charm Ellis of Gaffney and Greg Wray of Blacksburg. Maternal grandparents are Susan and Paul Ellis of Gaffney. Paternal grandparents are Phyllis Parker of Smyrna and Randy Wray of Clover. More...

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Obituaries

Herbert "Pop" Taber Retired from Milliken Herbert William "Pop" Taber, 72, of 135 Anthony St., died Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2004, at his residence. More...

Letters

Says he’s getting the runaround over disability benefits

Dear Editor: Could you, or one of your readers, please tell me what good is achieved by The South Carolina Disability Determination Office having such a high denial rate to South Carolinians With Disabilities who NEED their rightful Social Securi More...

Cherokee County Ballot Totals

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No surprises in state races

Ledger Staff Writer Incumbents Olin Phillips and Harvey Peeler will be keeping their General Assembly seats. More...

Large turnout; no voting machine problems; Bush buries Kerry here

Ledger Staff Writer With more than 56 percent of the registered voters in Cherokee County casting ballots, the 2004 election will go down in history as having one of the highest voter turnouts in recent years. More...

Local News

Man arrested after allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend and threatening to kill her

Ledger Staff Writer Police arrested a Gaffney man after he allegedly beat his ex-girlfriend many times throughout the night Sunday and threatened to kill her. More...

Woman claims she was raped at gunpoint

Ledger Staff Writer A 29-year-old Gaffney woman told police she was raped by a man who held a gun to her head, according to a report at the Gaffney Police Department. More...

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Sports

Tate runs afoul of the refs

Ledger Sports Editor Darrell Tate showed the Limestone Saints Monday what they could be with him in the middle. More...

Ledger Sports Editor The Blacksburg Wildcats waited weeks to post their second win of the season. Now, the Wildcats must quickly forget it and focus on the playoffs and highly-rated Calhoun Falls. More...

Briefs

Rock Hill stays at No. 1

The Associated Press high school football poll as selected by a panel of South Carolina sports writers, with the school 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?