January 31, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Body found

Police investigate; attempt to locate man More...

County building inspector quits

By LARRY HILLIARD

Ledger Staff Writer There More...

Man accused of attacking wife, daughter

Ledger Staff Writer A Pacolet man is charged with seventh or subsequent offense of criminal domestic violence. More...

Body found

Police investigate; attempt to locate man More...

Gaffney BPW Workshop

No rate hike this year

Gaffney Board of Public Works commissioners had two big things on their minds at their workshop in Asheville over the weekend - drafting a proposed budget and a winter storm. More...

LifeStyles

Gaffney native awarded Ronald Reagan Republican Gold Medal

Diane Bradley-Jackson cited by National Republican Congressional Committee

Gaffney native Diane Bradley-Jackson has been chosen to receive a 2004 Ronald Reagan Republican Gold Medal Award. More...

LOCAL GYMNASTS MEET OLYMPIAN –

Danni%27s Tumbling and Gymnastics competition team recently participated in a training workshop held by Amanda Borden, a 1996 Olympic gymnast. More...

Engagement

Scruggs

Larry and Bonnie Scruggs of Gaffney announce the engagement of their daughter, Beth, to T.J. Huggin, son of John and Sandy Huggin of Gaffney. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Louise M. Crawley Retired from Toledo Scales More...

Other News

Iraq holds first vote in 50 years

Associated Press Writer BAGHDAD, Iraq More...

Greenspan and his inner circle guide economic destiny of millions

AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON More...

Multiracial patients must ’win the lottery’ to find bone marrow matches

AP National Writer Luke Do was a lively 18-month-old awaiting the birth of his first sibling when he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. More...

Man accused of attacking wife, daughter

Ledger Staff Writer A Pacolet man is charged with seventh or subsequent offense of criminal domestic violence. More...

Rehab unit could be in business by April

Ledger Staff Writer If things go according to plan, the Peachtree Centre More...

Gaffney BPW Workshop

No rate hike this year

Gaffney Board of Public Works commissioners had two big things on their minds at their workshop in Asheville over the weekend - drafting a proposed budget and a winter storm. More...

County spared brunt of winter storm

Ledger Staff Writer Cherokee County began to thaw out Sunday along with much of the Southeast but not before the season More...

Rehab unit could be in business by April

Ledger Staff Writer If things go according to plan, the Peachtree Centre More...

County building inspector quits

By LARRY HILLIARD

Ledger Staff Writer There More...

Local News

Prom Bash scheduled, needs support

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney High School will hold its eighth annual Prom Bash on May 27. More...

CITY HUNTS BIKES

- With the help of Gaffney Police Department reserve officers and state constables, children will have a better chance of recovering lost or stolen bicycles using a new serialization program. More...

Hospital says high schools need defibrillators

Ledger Staff Writer The Spartanburg Regional Heart Center is asking local businesses for help in making life-saving AED devices available in secondary schools. More...

Sports

Poston, Shy lead Wildcats past Whitmire

n Blacksburg tied for region lead with Jonesville, Landrum postseason chances

Ledger Sports Editor Blacksburg is on its way up - the region standings. More...

Gaffney crushes Cougars

Ledger Sports Editor Mark Huff won his first game as coach of the Indians at York High School. He More...

Lady Saints have high hopes on diamond

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor The Limestone softball team surprised nearly everyone last season by advancing far in the postseason tournament. More...

Columns

I don’t remember

Klonie JORDAN agreeing to that So the other day I was loading the software for a high-speed modem I was installing on a computer system, carefully following the on-screen instructions, when I came to the EULA. More...

The day my salad exploded

The addition of salad bars at fast-food restaurants is the most exciting innovation since the wheel. More...

Cartoon

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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?