November 24, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Students collect more than 60,000 phone card minutes so soldiers can call home

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney High Teenage Republicans have collected more than 60,000 minutes on prepaid phone cards that will allow American soldiers to call home during the holiday season. More...

LifeStyles

How to buy, store, thaw, stuff and prepare your holiday bird

Yo u might think that because turkey is the main attraction at most Thanksgiving meals, the chief cook knows all about how to buy, store, thaw, stuff and prepare the bird. But that is not always the case. More...

Hot Lines hear Thanksgiving horror tales

Fowl deeds have even the experts stumped

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) More...

ANNIE’S MAILBOX

Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Daughter will never More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

%27Mac" McClellan Assistant manager of Shelby Wal-Mart More...

Other News

Marines and Iraqis launch new offensive

Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq More...

Carolina Ledger

Congressional measure includes money for Interstate 73

FLORENCE, S.C. More...

Bush, GOP lawmakers to try again to revamp intelligence

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON More...

City plans ‘downtown Christmas’

The City of Gaffney will host an evening of caroling, lighting and shopping in the uptown area on Friday, Dec. 3, from 5 until 9 p.m. More...

And now for the ‘Maine’ event ...

Gaffney native elected to state senate

Ledger Staff Writer While Republicans may have made major gains nationwide in the 2004 election, one Gaffney native is celebrating a Democratic win in Maine More...

Local News

Two new businesses will locate on Floyd Baker Boulevard

Auto parts store gets green light

Ledger Staff Writer The Gaffney Planning & Zoning Commission on Tuesday approved a subdivision request, essentially clearing the way for a national auto parts retailer to build a store here. More...

Fundraiser set for victims of fire

Ledger Staff Writer Relatives and friends are sponsoring a fundraiser to help a Gaffney family who have no place to call home after a fire destroyed their home on Temple Street last Monday afternoon. More...

All aboard ‘The Polar Express’

Ledger Staff Writer With Christmas just around the corner, the book More...

Sports

Eight Indians named all-region

Ledger Sports Editor Although the Gaffney Indians More...

Indians roll past Saints

Ledger Sports Writer Newberry College beat Limestone College 22-15 on Tuesday in a battle of two rookie wrestling programs. More...

Indians must improve running game

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor Next season, the Indians hope to turn to their ground game to get them through the playoffs. More...

Columns

Unfair punishment

What do they expect? University presidents, athletic directors, alumni, boosters, sports writers and announcers have called the conduct of the Clemson and Carolina football teams in the brawl near the end of Saturday More...

Football brawl raises questions

In a necessary show of solidarity between the state 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?