April 13, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Shooting death ruled accidental

The Cherokee County Sheriff More...

LifeStyles

ANNIE’S MAILBOX Kathy Mitchell

and Marcy Sugar Man says advice missed a key point More...

Fern Michaels, N.Y. Times best selling author, will be in Gaffney on April 24

Romance novelist will sign copies of newest book,

Fe rn Michaels, who has been on the New York Times best seller list eight times, will be at the Cherokee County Public Library in Gaffney on Sunday, April 24, at 2 p.m. to sign copies of her new book, More...

Engagements

Carroll

Katherine Holland Carroll and Andrew Watson Pope, both of Columbia, will be married on June 25 at Limestone Presbyterian Church in Gaffney. More...

The Four Tops, Jimmy Wayne, Julie Roberts Peach Festival unveils 2005 entertainment lineup

Motown is coming to Peach Town. The Four Tops will headline the South Carolina Peach Festival More...

Council narrows budget deficit to about 5 mills By LARRY HILLIARD

Ledger Staff Writer Cherokee County Council on Monday sifted through 54 pages of proposed operating and capital expenditures, trying to reduce an estimated $1.2 million budget shortfall. More...

Band director wasn’t singled out; TEAM process is quite common

Gaffney High Band of Gold Director Bob Cotter resigned April 1 after learning he would have to go through a Team-Based Evaluation and Assistance Model (TEAM) next school year. More...

Local News

School budgets dominate Blacksburg council meeting

By SCOTT BAUGHMANLedger Staff Writer    More...

A TRANSOU PEEWEE

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Firefighter injured

By TARA JENNINGSLedger Staff Writer   More...

Sports

Crawford, Bolton too much for WhitmireMi

Indian Land n Blacksburg moves closer to region title with Whitmire win

Blacksburg More...

Indians avenge loss to Bulldogs

What rust? The Gaffney boys More...

Late explosion propels Cards past Blacksburg

Blacksburg More...

Columns

Taking in the sights

of our nation

I had it all planned out. Or so I thought. My schedule for our trip to Washington, D.C., included visits to all of the major monuments and museums, and government buildings. More...

Their View

The blue laws are simply unfair

The Legislature has an opportunity to scrap the state 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?