February 23, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

County makes it easier to dispose of mobile homes

Ledger Staff Writer Mobile home park jokes More...

LifeStyles

Head for gardening Mecca at Spring Show

Charlotte, N.C. More...

ANNIE’S MAILBOX

Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar Goodbye to pictures More...

Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McDowell of 140 McDowell Rd., Chesnee, announces the engagement of their daughter, Hope, to Rex Peeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peeler of 1244 Pleasant School Rd., Gaffney. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Dorothy Mosley Kirby Limestone Mills retiree More...

Other News

U.S., Germany call for Iran to drop nukes

Associated Press Writer MAINZ, Germany More...

Death toll in Iran earthquake rises to 500

Associated Press Writer ISLAMABAD, Iran More...

Virginia man charged in alleged plot to assassinate President Bush

Associated Press Writer ALEXANDRIA, Va. More...

Trustees scrambling to solve roof repair problems at new schools

Limestone-Central, Grassy Pond need work to stop water leaks

Ledger Staff Writer Limestone-Central and Grassy Pond elementaries are six years old but already both schools might be in need of roof repair to alleviate water leaks. More...

Mary Bramlett bids come in $100,000 over projected cost

Ledger Staff Writer Roof bids for Mary Bramlett Elementary came in $100,000 over estimates Tuesday, prompting school trustees to delay awarding the contract. More...

Ka-ching!

Winning $200K ticket was sold in Blacksburg More...

Cheerleader dedicates career to memory of her slain father

Ledger Staff Writer When the new Carolina Sharks football team takes to the field this season, Gaffney More...

Local News

Police Report

Women file reports of indecent exposure Two women have complained to police recently that an unknown black man exposed himself to them. More...

I-85 accident

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Local News Briefs

Ne w Location for AA Meetings Announced More...

Sports

Lady Indians poised for successful season

Ledger Sports Editor Gaffney More...

T.L. Hanna poses stern test for GHS

Ledger Sports Editor Don More...

Underdog Wildcats out to prove predictions wrong

Indian Land

Ledger Sports Editor After losing many of its top players to graduation, the Blacksburg Wildcats baseball team is expected to finish near the bottom of the Region II standings. More...

Columns

Lessons learned playing for the ‘Coach’

Cody sossamon LEDGER PUBLISHER More...

Their Views

Credit goes to the new Senate rules

For Senate President Pro Tempore Glenn McConnell, the week in the Senate was just like the good old days. More...

Cartoon

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