June 17, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Attendance lines idea

OCR would have to give approval By SCOTT POWELL More...

LifeStyles

Overdone in the Sun

Dermatologist has advice for young Americans with a penchant for tanning

Summer More...

Parents determine what gifts are appropriate for their children

ANNIE

Dear Annie: My sister, More...

Birthdays

Richard Philip Burgess III is celebrating his 2nd birthday today, June 17. More...

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Obituaries

COWPENS More...

Inside Report

Inside Report

Romney serious about 2008 GOP presidential nomination

PONTIAC, Mich. More...

Chairman has collection of artifacts that mark festival’s ‘trail of greatness’

spowell@gaffneyledger.com A signed Garth Brooks cap is a treasured keepsake among the memorabilia collection of South Carolina Peach Festival Chairman Dennis Fowler. More...

Controlled burn to close parts of park this weekend

Kings Mountain National Military Park will conduct prescribed fire operations in the Browns Mountain-Brushy Ridge area of the park today through Sunday, June 19. The burn is part of the park More...

Local News

Hospital sponsoring seminars on men’s health

Health fair also scheduled

scottb@gaffneyledger.com As Father More...

New service could begin by fall

larry@gaffneyledger.com The Shpigler Group could begin deploying broadband Internet access service this fall. More...

Sex offenders register

The following convicted sex offenders have changed their address or are registering with the Cherokee County Sheriff More...

Sports

Champs begin camping trip

larry@gaffneyledger.com Gaffney High basketball players know where they will be each June - at team camps. More...

Shelby blasts Post 109

spowell@gaffneyledger.com Shelby scored seven runs in the second inning and cruised to a 10-2 win over Post 109. More...

Post 109 Profile

Name: Stephen Kaemmerlen Age: 17 Position: More...

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He had a big heart

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‘Hey pal, no pictures’

Hollywood is like a national monument these days. And, no, I don More...

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