January 24, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

This class rocks

Fifth graders join forces with NASA By SCOTT POWELL More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Alfred D. Behney Construction worker BLACKSBURG More...

Letters

Letter

Former councilman says he did nothing wrong

Dear Editor: My integrity has been questioned and I feel I owe it to my family and the nearly 1,500 citizens who put their trust in me on election day to tell what really happened. More...

State News

State Briefs

Woman killed in train collision

GREENVILLE More...

County slates public hearing

Cherokee County Council will hold a public hearing at 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 21, at the administration building regarding an amendment to the 2004- More...

Other News

‘King of late night’ dies at 79

AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES More...

Nixon-era terrorism task force envisioned today’s threats

Associated Press Writers WASHINGTON More...

Shiite Grand Ayatollah is key figure in Iraq vote, despite not being candidate

I Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq More...

Promoter in town to pitch Labor Day weekend mega-concert to county council

Ledger Staff Writer The county might be receiving revenue from an unexpected source More...

‘It’s a done deal’

Councilman: People complaining about street name change More...

Apprenticeship consortium being formed

Ledger Staff Writer A Cherokee County Apprenticeship Consortium is being formed by local companies that will offer training programs to develop a skilled workforce. More...

Tech college building plans going smoothly

Ledger Staff Writer Spartanburg Technical College is almost ready to begin construction of the second of three buildings at its branch campus in Cherokee County. More...

Local News

Children turn change into dreams of new homes for tsunami victims

Ledger Staff Writer A Blacksburg Primary second grade class has organized a schoolwide fundraiser to collect money for children affected by the tsunami disaster. More...

Annual Baby Contest raises money for needy children

Ledger Staff Writer Think you%27re kid ought to be in pictures? Tammy Hancock and the Cherokee County Junior Woman%27s Club (JWC) want to be the judge of that. More...

County committee members named

Ledger Staff Writer There are two new faces on Cherokee County Council%27s powerful finance committee. More...

Sports

Wildcats’ rally falls short

Ledger Sports Writer There is an old saying that games aren More...

Here they go again

n Sims leads Indians past Bruins, 62-60

Ledger Sports Editor Gaffney dug itself a deep hole, ignored a horrendous shooting first half and escaped with a victory over Lancaster. More...

Second-half spurt seals win for Lady Bruins

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor The Gaffney Lady Indians battled Lancaster to a stand-off for the first two quarters. More...

Columns

If the windshield cracks, then the music is too loud

I was at a traffic light minding my own business, on my way to deliver my weekly donation to the orphanage and then run by the DMV and renew my organ donor card when this large SUV pulled up next to me in the left turn lane. 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?