March 16, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Blacksburg town councilman dies after heart attack

Blacksburg Town Councilman Jack More...

LifeStyles

Let’s

eat!

Vi sitors to the Cherokee County American Red Cross More...

Illicit affairs can be temporarily exciting, consequences often permanently painful

Dear Annie: I am a married woman with one child. We don More...

‘Taming of the Shrew’ postponed

The Gaffney Youth Theatre More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

Jack Buckles Business owner COLUMBIA More...

Letters

Thanks for all your help

Dear Editor: During the weekend of March 4-6, more than 850 teenagers joined together for Impact Weekend. More...

State News

State Briefs

North

AIKEN More...

County council finds itself in a budget bind

County officials will have to pinch pennies in next year More...

Final notice for taxpayers

The clock is ticking on county residents who haven More...

Other News

Bush may embrace Hezbollah, someday

WASHINGTON More...

Negotiating partners seek to lure North Korea back

SEOUL, South Korea More...

Former WorldCom chief Ebbers convicted on all counts

NEW YORK More...

Palmetto’s Finest

Gaffney High not among elite winners announced Tuesday

Gaffney High School was on stage Tuesday with the state More...

Murder case suspect found shot to death

A Gaffney woman accused of murdering her ex-husband has apparently taken her own life. More...

Local News

Local teacher to host panel on blindness

Cherokee Technology Center teacher Tina Sparks will be a facilitator Friday at the 2005 Vision Summit Conference in Columbia. More...

CTC students join top two percent in the nation

Cherokee Technology Center welcomed 31 students into the National Technical Honor Society on Tuesday. Only 2 percent of the nation More...

Reader of the Week

Name : Thomas Sansing Occupation : Owner of Papa G More...

Sports

Indians among scouting services top players

Here comes the parade of college football recruiters. More...

Punchless Indians beaten by Trojans

Ask Tom Owens what his team must do to turn things around and the Gaffney baseball coach gets right to the point. More...

ON THE MOVE -

Gaffney More...

Columns

What to see in D.C.

Cody sossamon LEDGER PUBLISHER In a matter of weeks, my family and I will be winging our way to Washington, D.C. More...

Cartoon

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Their View

The irony of the boycott

The NAACP 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?