January 19, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Councilman returns ‘gravel money’ that was transferred to his account

Ledger Staff Writer Saying it was the right thing to do, Cherokee County Councilman Charles Mathis has returned the More...

LifeStyles

Before the wedding, warm up to your future in-laws, it pays

ANNIE

Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Dear Annie: More...

U.S. Navy Band to play in Clover

The United States Navy Band and Sea Chanters Chorus from Washington, D.C. will present a free concert at Clover School District Auditorium in Clover, SC on Saturday, February 12, at 7:00 pm. More...

UCMC hosts seminar on hormone therapy

Gaffney, SC-News flash for women with hot flashes... Upstate Carolina Medical Center will host a free community seminar-HealthTalk-on Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement for Women on Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 5:30 p.m. in the hospital More...

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Obituaries

Mary L. Rice CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Mary Ellen Lattimore Rice, 95, of 7214 Sterling Haven Road, Charlotte, N.C., died Saturday, January 15, 2005. More...

Letters

Letters

Litter has a negative impact in many areas

Dear Editor: Since taking on my role at PalmettoPride, I More...

Columns

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Their Views

Warns residents to be wary of programs with misleading slogans

South Carolinians who value public education should be wary of a campaign to undermine our schools under the guise of such misleading slogans as school choice and putting parents in charge. More...

Police identify victims; SLED probe continues

Ledger Staff Writer The State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) continues its investigation of an incident in which a deputy fatally shot a man. More...

Attorney urges caution at offer to donate facility

Ledger Staff Writer If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. More...

Local News

City hall bid opening today

Ledger Staff Writer The proposed Gaffney City Hall project will face its final - and likely largest - hurdle today when city officials publicly open construction bids at 2 p.m. More...

Couple survive crash

Ledger Staff Writer Charles Owens and his wife, Pam, were almost inseparable from their 1950 Chevrolet. But on Jan. More...

Speakers warn resegregation could occur with school choice

Ledger Staff Writer Economic opportunity and equal access to a quality education were the benchmarks behind the landmark 1954 Supreme Court decision ending segregation in schools. More...

Sports

Indians stomp Fort Mill

Ledger Sports Editor Fort Mill used a slow down offense to control the tempo against the defending state champion Gaffney Indians on Tuesday. More...

Wildcats outlast Jonesville

Ledger Sports Editor Blacksburg finally figured out a way to slow down Jonesville More...

Pfeiffer snaps Saints’ 4-game winning streak

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor The Limestone men More...

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