February 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

BPW gives OK to ‘bare bones’ spending plan

Ledger Staff Writer Gaffney Board of Public Works commissioners approved a $31.4 million spending plan Tuesday that holds the line on rates and gives their employees something extra in their wallets. More...

LifeStyles

New musical theatre piece celebrates Harlem renaissance

Core Ensemble will perform

The Core Ensemble will perform a new musical theatre piece, More...

Engagements

Harris

TaKeysha Nykole Harris of Gaffney and Travis Tyrone Burris of Blacksburg will be married on April 2 at Youngs Grove Baptist Church. More...

COMMITTEES RAISE MONEY FOR MEALS ON WHEELS –

Funds were collected for Meals on Wheels by the Magnolia Finishing Safety Sub Committee First Responders. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Tessie H. Wyatt Retired from Hamrick Mills and Butte Knitting Mills More...

Letters

Marine Corps League looking to expand number of detachments

Dear Editor: The South Carolina Marine Corps League is reaching out to many cities throughout the state to charter a Marine Corps League Detachment in your area. More...

State News

State Briefs

Greer utility takes Jesus off calendars

GREER More...

Man hospitalized with multiple stab wounds

Ledger Staff Writer Police are investigating a stabbing Monday evening at a mobile home park on Frye Road. More...

Accident victim’s condition upgraded to good

Ledger Staff Writer A local educator seriously injured Thursday morning in a two-vehicle collision was listed in good condition Tuesday at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center (SRMC). More...

Other News

Murder trial of teen caught here begins

Associated Press Writer CHARLESTON, S.C. More...

Woman who lost father in Iraq loses husband, too

Associated Press Writer Less than a year ago, Tabitha Bonilla More...

Weird News

A stampede to the dressing rooms?

RAPID CITY, S.D. - A buffalo that escaped from an auction ended up in a dressing room at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center where it spent a couple of hours staring into a mirror. More...

New criminal justice class generating much interest

Ledger Staff Writer Cherokee Technology Center student Paul Littlejohn received a reality check Wednesday when he toured Tyger River Correctional Center in Enoree. More...

Autopsy:

Man was drunk, froze to death By TARA JENNINGS More...

Local News

Local company involved in train wreck cleanup

Ledger Staff Writer After Graniteville More...

Reader of the Week

Name - Tony Lavender Occupation - Zoning administrator More...

Three teens face expulsion

Ledger Staff Writer Three 13-year-old Gaffney boys face expulsion from school after they allegedly set fire to a Gaffney Middle School athletic practice field Thursday. More...

Sports

McLin remembered as caring coach

Ledger Sports Editor Bruce McLin had a deep, booming voice but didn More...

Indians get last laugh

Ledger Sports Editor Like an old jalopy in winter, the Gaffney Indians took some time to heat up on Tuesday. More...

Wildcats’ rally falls short in loss to Cavs

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Writer Blacksburg couldn More...

Columns

219! That can’t

possibly be right

Cody sossamon LEDGER PUBLISHER 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?