January 12, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

“We’re selling home furnishings, appliances, some of my paintings and really just everything we can’t take.”

Callahans selling out and startingnew life as missionaries in Thailand More...

LifeStyles

Music Foundation of Spartanburg, Converse College present La Boheme

Performances set for Jan. 28, 30 in Twichell

SPARTANBURG More...

Engagement

Salmon

Stephanie Dianne Salmon and Jack C. Bradbury III will be married on August 6 at Love Springs Baptist Church. More...

CONTRIBUTION MADE –

Cathie Martin, director of Hospice Care of South Carolina, accepts a contribution from Jack Millwood who serves on the Board of Directors of First Piedmont Federal. Millwood presented the donation on behalf of First Piedmont. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Lula Mae Cannon Retired teacher More...

Band director submits resignation

Ledger Staff Writer Granard Middle School Band Director Zachary Greene submitted his resignation Tuesday. More...

Judge adjusts Gelardi bond

Ledger Staff Writer Dr. Joshua Gelardi will be able to post $75,000 bond in cash instead of using a professional bondsmen after asking Circuit Court Judge J. Derham Cole to reconsider a previous bond set at the Magistrate Court level. More...

Road money used to buy car for interim administrator

Ledger Staff Writer Cherokee County Councilman James Batchler used his road-improvement funds in a unique way More...

Local News

City splits on church’s request

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney City Council More...

Release of new book coincides with the 224th anniversary of the Battle of Cowpens

Ledger Staff Writer As Cherokee County and the nation prepare to celebrate the 224th anniversary of the Battle of Cowpens, local historians Bobby Moss and Michael Coggins have released a new book focusing on a little known point of the American More...

Council OKs renaming two city streets

Ledger Staff Writer Some city residents and businesses will be changing addresses without moving. More...

Sports

Saints outmuscle Bobcats

Ledger Sports Editor This game wasn More...

New stars but same old Indians blow out Jackets

Ledger Sports Editor Seems that, for the Indians to be successful this season, Gaffney coach Mark Huff should be using a radical new offensive scheme and a top-secret pressing defense. More...

Reid’s goal: play like Rodman

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor Want to know how much former Gaffney all-state player AZ Reid craves playing time for High Point University? 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?