February 7, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Salvation Army holiday volunteers ring up record number

Ledger Staff Writer After a record-breaking holiday season, Major David Johnston has every reason to toot his own horn. But the Gaffney Salvation Army veteran is focusing on the future. More...

LifeStyles

Library concert features Braidstream

Trio

The Cherokee County Public Library, as part of its More...

ANNIE’S MAILBOX

Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Woman has a craving for crayons More...

Red Hatters will gather Tuesday in Spartanburg

SPARTANBURG More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Allen E. Hudson

Allen E. Hudson died Friday, Feb. 4, 2005, at Autumn Health Care Center in Saluda. More...

Cleopatra Davidson

Services for Cleopatra Knuckles Davidson, 67, of 409 Marion Ave., will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Knuckles Chapel Baptist Church, conducted by Drs. Kerwin Wray and J.W. Sanders and the Revs. Mills McHam and Lawrence Davidson. More...

Other News

Rice announces Palestinian aid

AP Diplomatic Writer RAMALLAH, West Bank More...

Vatican says pope will remain hospitalized

Associated Press Writer VATICAN CITY More...

Child’s abduction and death shocks small town

Associated Press Writer CROTHERSVILLE, Ind. More...

Outlet mall getting two new tenants

Ledger Staff Writer Two nationally known retailers will become the newest tenants at Prime Outlets-Gaffney. More...

Cherokee National Highway bridge project on schedule

Ledger Staff Writer Work on the new Cherokee National Highway bridge is on schedule, raising hopes the span will open by late April. More...

Controversial street renaming back on city agenda

Ledger Staff Writer The renaming of city streets, especially Dr. L.M. Rosemond Lane, has become a hot topic these days. More...

Local News

Police Report

Fake cop faces drug charges, too

Police discovered marijuana and cocaine after responding to Charlie More...

First National Bank of the Carolinas will merge with American Community

CHARLOTTE More...

Blood drives scheduled at college

Limestone College will hold a blood drive Friday, Feb, 11. More...

Sports

Poston’s shot sinks Jonesville, 90-88

Ledger Sports Editor The Blacksburg Wildcats breathed a sigh of relief after Friday More...

Indians rough up Fort Mill

Ledger Sports Editor The Gaffney Indians are the 2-time defending state champions - and they played like it, especially in the fourth quarter Friday. More...

Lady Indians topple Fort Mill

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor The Lady Indians More...

Columns

Hey doc, can you put this thumb back on for me?

Klonie JORDAN I More...

And then came Dean

Susan Estrich

Republicans would be well advised to stop licking their chops at the prospect of Howard Dean taking over the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee. More...

Special Sections

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?