December 1, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

A city hall to ‘dye’ for

Officials want new building, fire station to be same color More...

LifeStyles

Birthdays

Caimen Reid Sarratt will celebrate his 7th birthday on December 11, 2004. He is the son of Kenneth and Marla Sarratt and brother of Gatlin Sarratt. His maternal grandparents are Louis Byers of Gaffney and the late W.T. More...

What’s Up

Church events n There will be a special service at New Harvest Ministries, 215 Pecan Street, Friday, December 3rd featuring Evangelist Mike Brown from Kentucky. Services begin at 7:00 p.m. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Mary H. McCluney Mrs. Mary H. McCluney, 68, of 259 Beltline Road, Apt. 3-D, in Christopher Lynn Estates, wife of the Reverend Timouthy McCluney, died Friday morning, November 26, 2004 at 6:30 a.m. at her residence. More...

Obituaries

Kay Godfrey Bolf Union-Butterfield retiree Kay Godfrey Bolf, 65, of 668 Buck Shoals Road, Gaffney, died Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2004, at the Spartanburg Hospital for Restorative Care. More...

Other News

Supreme Court considers Title IX retaliation claims

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON More...

Consumers splurge in 2004 Holiday shopping

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON More...

Carolina Ledger

Boeing supplier would be Sanford More...

Newborn’s mom faces neglect charge

Ledger Staff Writer A newborn child is doing well, despite the cocaine found in her system at birth. More...

Students’ letters, cards delivered to Guard unit in Kosovo

Ledger Staff Writer Granard Middle School teacher Julie Hum-phries and the Ladies Auxiliary Post 3447 wanted to do something special for the troops this Christmas. More...

You can buy from Ten Thousand Villages during church’s annual festival

Ledger Staff Writer Limestone Presbyterian Church Youth Minister Holly Hartsoe is used to dealing with a pack of wild animals on Sundays. But this weekend, she More...

Local News

Presentation on golf course financing plan delayed

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney Board of Public Works commissioners will likely have to wait until their January workshop to hear about a new financing plan for their proposed golf course. More...

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney Board of Public Works commissioners will likely have to wait until their January workshop to hear about a new financing plan for their proposed golf course. More...

GAMETIGERS —

Northwest Elementary students, faculty and staff wore their favorite colors to school before the Carolina-Clemson football game. More...

Sports

Indian seniors attract interest from colleges

Ledger Sports Editor Three Gaffney seniors are likely to receive at least one present on their Christmas wish list - a college scholarship. More...

Indians hammer Vikings

Ledger Sports Editor In his pregame talk to his players, Gaffney boys More...

Shorthanded Wildcats fall to Polk County, 80-67

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor This wasn More...

Columns

Blowing leaves is an artform

If I ever have to fill out one of those questionnaires like we have for the Ledger More...

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Their View

Fellow Republicans disagree on tax credit

If Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., has reservations about Gov. Mark Sanford More...

National News

‘Jeopardy!’ whiz, finally meets his match

AP Television Writer NEW YORK More...

‘Jeopardy!’ whiz, finally meets his match

AP Television Writer NEW YORK More...

Violent crime in schools cut in half over 10 years, government says

Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) 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?