April 27, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Administrator says new city hall project running ahead of schedule

Crews are busy laying the groundwork More...

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Birthdays

Jordan Dean Scoggins, son of Chip and Denise Scoggins of Gaffney, was 6 years old April 22. His grandparents are Robbie and Faye Harris and Forrest and Margaret Scoggins, all of Gaffney. More...

Church events

n Broad River Baptist Church on Cherokee Street in Blacksburg, will have revival services May 1-5 at 7 p.m. The Rev. Eddie Bolin, pastor of State Line Baptist Church, Gaffney, will be the guest speaker. More...

Births

Donovan Justice Moore Amy Moore of Gaffney announces the birth of her son, Donovan Justice, on March 21, 2005, in Upstate Carolina Medical Center weighing 6 lbs. 3 ozs. More...

Columns

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Our Views

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Land near BHS bought by district, just in case

The Cherokee County School Board will spend $55,000 to purchase less than an acre of land for the possible expansion of Blacksburg High School. More...

WEDNESDAY MORNING WRECK

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Local News

New Hwy. 29 bridge over Thicketty set to open soon

Many weeks down and maybe just two or three more to go until work on the Thicketty Creek Bridge project on Highway 29 is complete. More...

Sex offenders register

The following people have registered with the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Dance for middle school students will benefit Relay for Life

By SCOTT POWELLLedger Staff Writer   More...

Sports

Lady Indians advance to play White Knoll

Too much Brittany Mann. Mann earned her 10th victory over the season by allowing just five hits and no walks as the Gaffney Lady Indians advanced to today More...

Indians stayin’ alive Eagles

As Brock White warmed up for his start against Spartanburg, everything was going well. More...

Dixie eliminates Blacksburg from postseason play

After the Blacksburg Wildcats mustered just three hits in their elimination playoff game Monday against Dixie, coach Toby Elliott knew what to focus on after the game. More...

Letters

Puzzles and car wash for Gaffney Middle School

Dear Editor: I would like you to publish a public thank-you to two people and organizations for me. 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?