November 22, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Cherokee Alternative Program

Cherokee Alternative School students Kasie Hutchinson, Angel White and Kristen Walker perform a cha-cha dance routine Friday for visitors during a Thanksgiving luncheon. More...

FOOTBALL CONTEST WINNER

Clyde Scates Jr. of Gaffney is the winner of this year More...

LifeStyles

Formal installation service planned Sunday for Shady Grove Baptist Church’s new pastor

Shady Grove Baptist Church will have an installation service for its new pastor, the Rev. George W. Henderson, and First Lady, Catherine, on Sunday Nov. 28. A pre-installation praise program will start at 3:30 p.m. More...

Historic Hendersonville farmhouse festively decorated for the holidays

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. More...

Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Steuer married 50 years

Mr. and Mrs Bob Steuer of Gaffney will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Nov. 19, 2004. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Dorothy L. Green Nurse More...

Contractor drops school project protest

Ledger Staff Writer Ponder Construction has withdrawn its appeal of the Cherokee County School Board More...

Phoenix building drawing quite a bit of interest

Ledger Staff Writer This shouldn More...

County students will get break on technical college tuition

Ledger Staff Writer Spartanburg Technical College tuition won More...

BIKER POOCH

More...

Local News

THAT’S TACKY —

Blacksburg High students dressed in mismatched clothes for More...

Conservatives vie for county council seat

Ledger Staff Writer Incumbent Cherokee County Councilman Barry Medley and his Republican challenger Quay Little agree on the big picture More...

Another report filed about utility employee imposter

Ledger Staff Writer Another local resident might have been the intended victim of yet another scam by someone posing as a utility employee. More...

Sports

Champions back at full strength

Ledger Sports Editor The Gaffney boys More...

Defense dooms Saints

Ledger Sports Editor Limestone coach Larry Epperly left the USC-Upstate Tipoff Doubleheader knowing what his team More...

’Cats run out of steam at Boiling Springs jamboree

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor For the first two quarters, the Blacksburg Wildcats held their own against Class 3A Eastside. More...

Columns

Froma Harrop

The coming economic disaster

If Hollywood made a disaster movie about the economy, it might start like this: More...

Special Sections

Poll

Are you willing to pay more taxes to help fund Recreation Department projects?