May 3, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Charter settles; expect higher bills in future

Cherokee County officials are expected next week to finalize the county's franchise fee settlement with cable provider Charter Communications, interim administrator Ben Clary told county council Monday. More...

Ledger photo by SCOTT POWELL HE'S SAFE! - A Ewing Middle School student scores ahead of the throw home during an intramural softball game Tuesday. More...

LifeStyles

GHS drama students present hilarious comedy

Gaffney High School's advanced drama students will present the hilarious "Divine Stella Devine" on Thursday, May 4, and Friday, May 5, in the GHS auditorium. More...

ANNIES MAILBOX

Dear Annie: I want to respond to "Done," the never-married, 42-yearold academic woman who thinks love has passed her by. More...

Cherokee Avenue's Amazing Grace Singers will present 'Homeward Bound'Sunday

The Amazing Grace Singers will present Homeward Bound, More...

Sports

IN MEMORY - A plaque honoring former Cherokee National golf Pro Henry Transou was presented to his family following a tournament in his honor held Saturday, shown here with the plaque are his son, Billy Transou, wife, Pete and daughter Sherry Transou More...

Gaffney high jayvee golfers have successful season

The Gaffney High jayvee golf team finished the regular season with a record of 63 in 9-hole matches. Philip Rogers, David Hopper, Chevy Hartzog, Cayci Ruppe, Daniel Whisenant and Zach Bridges were medalists at least once. More...

Littlejohn signs as free agent with Titans

Former Gaffney star Jeff Littlejohn knew he would get a chance to make an NFLroster. More...

Man accused of attack with broken bottle

Victim undergoes surgery

A Gaffney man accused in a stabbing incident has been released on $10,000 bond. More...

Infant nearly struck by shot fired at vehicle

A vehicle with a 2-year-old in a car seat was the target of gunfire at 6 p.m. Monday, a report at the Gaffney Police Department states. More...

Service marks National Day of Prayer

The Greater Gaffney Ministerial Association will sponsor a prayer service Thursday from noon to 12:30 p.m. in conjunction with the National Day of Prayer. More...

Traffic light going up at busy intersection near Gaffney High

A new traffic signal is being installed as part of efforts to relieve traffic congestion near a main entrance for Gaffney High School and the Cherokee County School District Office. More...

Local News

Mold removal project complete

Cherokee County Family Court is back in session. Interim administrator Ben Clary told county council Monday that Sossamon Construction has finished removing mold and mildew from the Family Court courtroom. More...

DONATES MEAL - Local Outback manager Scott Edwards, pictured here (left) with two of his staff members, assisted with the Cherokee County Relay For Life Cancer Survivor Dinner. Outback donated the meal for the April 24 event. More...

Dispute during basketball game leads to shooting, according to cops

Police have accused a man of shooting at a 16-year-old after an alleged dispute during a basketball game. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Irene M. Bryant Tennessee native

Irene Emma Marr Bryant, 91, of 224 Maple Drive, died Monday, May 1, 2006, at Magnolia Manor of Inman. More...

Juanita L. Elwood Jonesville native

LOCKHART - Juanita Lee Elwood, 78, of 105 S. 4th St., died Monday, May 1, 2006, at her home. More...

Dr. Clarence G. Littlejohn

Pediatrician, civil rights activist and university More...

Columns

Gaffney High golfer showed a lot of character

We (by 'we' I refer to those of us who follow sports) often hear coaches talk about their team's character: "These guys (or girls) showed real character in the way they fought back and never gave up." More...

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LETTERS

Gaffney High track teams left black and gold at every meet More...

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