September 9, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

PACT results show progress

Cherokee County schools moved closer Wednesday to meeting federal No Child Left Behind requirements with more students than last year scoring at proficient and advanced levels on the state More...

Two charged with murder in store owner’s death

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LifeStyles

Miss Ivey, Mr. Weathersbee speak vows

Kristen Jean Ivey and Mark Eric Weathersbee, both of North Charleston, were married on July 2, 2005, at Camps Creek Baptist Church in Mooresboro, N.C. The Rev. Michael Ivey, brother of the bride, officiated the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Visiting children should be responsible for their own food quirks

Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our late 70s. Although we had a modest income, we managed to send all our children to college, and they now are financially comfortable. We have been retired for several years and are on a limited income. More...

Native American flutes on display through Sept. 24 in Eastwood Library

Limestone College More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Jennie L. Mason

Jennie Laughter Mason, 68, of Kingman, Ariz., died Aug. 26, 2005, in Kingman. More...

Letters

LETTERS

Has an idea about cabin and additional buildings Dear Editor: More...

Columns

High gas prices can’t deter the giving spirit

Hurricane Katrina could have been classified as a earthquake the way it shook the foundation of our society when it hit shore. More...

THEIR VIEW

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Blacksburg High School ‘bursting at the seams’

Building just 34 students away from capacity

Blacksburg High School Principal Jim Touchberry has used some novel approaches this year to address overcrowding at his school. More...

Man killed in I-26 crash

A Gaffney man died Thursday in Spartanburg County in a 2-vehicle wreck on Interstate 26. More...

HURRICANE VICTIMS DONATION

Luther Vaughan Elementary students Tony and Fernando Calderilla brought their large piggy bank to school Wednesday and donated their savings to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. (Ledger photo by SCOTT POWELL) More...

Local News

County negotiates for lower price

The swift decision by Cherokee County Council More...

GIFT BAGS More...

READER OF THEWEEK

Name Charles Edwards Occupation retired Residence More...

Sports

Sadler comes home

RICHMOND, Va. More...

PLAYER OF THE WEEK Gaffney High wide receiver/defensive back Cameron Tate accepts his player of the week award Wednesday from Burns Chevrolet owner Sam Burns for the Hanna game. More...

Carver downs Ewing, 22-6

Carver made the most of two fourth-and-long plays Wednesday to down Ewing, 22-6, in the season opener for both teams. More...

State News

STATE BRIEFS

Two killed in barber shop ORANGEBURG More...

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