May 27, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

New director ready to strike up the band at GHS

At 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Jeff Kuntz signed a contract to become the new Gaffney High School band director. More...

LifeStyles

Spend time with him, and look fabulous

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Hannon/Wallace wed in double ring ceremony

Reshell Jean Hannon and Michael Scott Wallace, both of Gaffney, were married April 16, 2005, at 2 p.m. at Boiling Springs Weddng Chapel in a double ring ceremony. More...

Looking for Alternative Bluegrass? Head for Plum Hollow

Looking for something to engage your musical ear this Memorial Day Weekend? More...

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Elizabeth L. Gaines SALISBURY, N.C. More...

State News

High gas prices won’t deter travel plans

By SCOTT BAUGHMAN Ledger Staff Writer Planning a Memorial Day weekend trip? Then you might be interested in finding the most economic way to fuel your fun. More...

Police checkpoints will be numerous

By TARA JENNINGS Ledger Staff Writer As we enter the More...

Lawmakers override vetoes, restore funds for tech campus plan

COLUMBIA More...

JUST ONE OF THE GUYS

Hasbrouck

There is nothing old school about Limestone lacrosse coach Chris Hasbrouck. More...

Local News

Firefighter struck by passing motorist

A firefighter helping battle a blaze in a wooded area was struck by a passing motorist Wednesday. More...

Two off-duty troopers hit by gunfire while riding 4-wheelers

A Chesnee man allegedly shot two off-duty South Carolina Highway Patrolmen on Tuesday because he didn More...

Man convicted of sex crime maintains he is innocent; lawyer files appeal

A Gaffney man will appeal a 60-year sentence imposed after he was convicted Wednesday of child molestation. More...

Sports

LONG ARM OF THE LAW —

The 3-time state champion Gaffney High boys basketball team was victorious once again on the court. They aren More...

GHS soccer captures NSCAA academic award

By LARRY HILLIARD Ledger Sports Editor The Gaffney High soccer teams have earned high marks on the field and in the classroom. More...

Saints battle Bears for ultimate prize

By LARRY HILLIARD Ledger Sports Editor The Limestone-New York Tech matchup would cause a stir wherever it More...

Columns

Ledger Columnist

The secret is to start at the back of the park

This past week I had the privilege of forming some unforgettable memories with my parents and my oldest son, Matthew. More...

Hallowed ground no longer hallowed

New Yorkers continue to agonize over what historic message to leave at Ground Zero. It More...

perspective

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