July 1, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Fire Lake officials: Headline performers will raise eyebrows

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LifeStyles

Peach Festival’s dessert contest is set for July 16 at Orchard Park

First place winner will take home $250

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Couple married June 16

Heather Burnette and Eric Martin, both of Blacksburg, were married on Thursday, June 16, 2005, at 160 Hambright Trail in Blacksburg. Trudy Martin officiated the 6 p.m. ceremony. A reception, given by the couple More...

anniversaries

Bassetts celebrate 40th anniversary

Fred and Peg Bassett of Hilton Head recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Victoria on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Obituaries

O.B. Davis Government worker O.B. Davis, 88, died Wednesday, June 29, 2005, at his home at 1931 Hamlin St., N.E., Washington, D.C. More...

Letters

Letter

Korean Conflict veterans needed for next GHS book

Dear Editor: The following Korean Conflict veterans have consented to be interviewed by our Gaffney High students in their first book on this war which killed 36,900 Americans in 37 months. More...

State News

New South Carolina laws go into effect today

Injured patients will have a harder time winning big awards from doctors and homeowners will have less time to sue builders for shoddy construction under laws that take effect today. More...

400 attend FCA camp at Gardner-Webb

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Farm Bureau announces recipients

Hiers, Yeargin receive scholarships

The board of directors of the Cherokee County Farm Bureau has announced recipients of the 2005 Cherokee County Farm Bureau Scholarships. More...

Back from Japan

Suminoe employees learn newest technology; impressed with their hosts

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Numbers show stagnant population growth

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Ready, aim, fire (works)

Ledger Staff Writer tara@gaffneyledger.com Whether you are searching for a big bang or brilliant colors for this Fourth of July, fireworks stands around Cherokee County have a wide selection for the pyrotechnic enthusiast. More...

Local News

Will the third time at the Miss S.C. pageant be the charm for Nicole Southgate?

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Park has variety of events planned for Fourth of July

Ledger Staff Writer tara@gaffneyledger.com Cowpens National Battlefield will host a variety of events to celebrate Independence Day. More...

Reader of the Week

Name: Tina McSwain Occupation: Accountant More...

Sports

Local complex to host regional tourney

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Post 109 rallies past Greer, 12-11

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Transou repeats as kids’ golf champion

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Columns

CARTOON

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Space-age culinary devices

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Finally, years after my imagination was sparked, it More...

Blaming Sanford is a political pot shot

Their View

Gov. Mark Sanford and state and local development officials had every reason to be optimistic in February about the goal of clustering aerospace industries in the Charleston area. More...

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