November 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

WHOSE SIDE YOU ON?

Mary Bramlett Elementary fifth graders Makala Hadden and Brent Earls show their true colors Monday during the school's Clemson-Carolina Day. Hadden and Earls read books to their classmates on the ABC's of Clemson and South Carolina. More...

Spurrier says USC faces challenge at Clemson

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said Tuesday he isn't overly concerned with the bowl implications for his team in Saturday's game with Clemson. More...

LifeStyles

ANNIE'S MAILBOX

Gift of wine belongs to host

Dear Annie: Last month, my husband and I invited some friends for dinner. They brought a bottle of wine, and we served it with the meal. However, when these friends were leaving, they took the remainder of the bottle with them. More...

Blubber salad, anyone?

Alaska natives add tribal foods to their Thanksgiving feasts

ANCHORAGE, Alaska David Smith was a new arrival to the North Slope village of Nuiqsut last More...

Count your blessings and do a good deed

Salvation Army conducting toy drive Friday at Wal-Mart

Thanksgiving is a time for reflecting on the many blessings More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Alfred Moss

Owner and operator of Moss Mini Mart

Alfred Eugene Moss, 77, of 387 Burnt Gin Road, went More...

Hazel C. Duckworth

Homemaker

CHESNEE - Hazel Mae Crawford Duckworth, 82, of 491 Clement Road, died Monday, Nov. 20, 2006, at Spartanburg Regional Healthcare Systems. More...

Eddie Burgess

Avid motorcycle rider

KINGS MOUNTAIN - Eddie Burgess, 44, of 216 Mary's Grove Church Road, died Monday, Nov. 20, 2006, at his home. More...

Columns

LEDGER COLUMNIST

You can help make a child's holiday special

Thanksgiving has for the past 16 years been the official beginning of the fundraising effort for 'Christmas is for Kids.' More...

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Trustees will determine fate of GHS stadium bid next week

The Cherokee County School Board will make a decision Nov. 28 about awarding a contract to build a new Gaffney High football stadium. More...

Troopers will be everywhere during Thanksgiving weekend

If you are traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday, prepare to encounter some heavy traffic. More...

Leaf 'em alone; they're working hard as they can

City public works crews are working hard so residents won't be left holding the bag when it comes to leaf collection. More...

HOLIDAY HOURS

The Gaffney Ledger will close at 2 p.m. today and More...

Local News

Gaffney soldier will spend Thanksgiving day serving fellow soldiers

Gaffney native J.C. Cook will observe a Thanksgiving tradition in Germany this year when he helps other officers serve the holiday meal to enlisted soldiers. More...

Homeless receive holiday meals today

Miracle Hill Ministries has a lot to be thankful for this holiday season. More...

Blacksburg woman remains jailed on aggravated assault charge

Bond is pending for a Blacksburg woman accused of cutting a man on the ear, a report at the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office states. More...

Sports

Bracket title game a family affair

Gaffney's Phil Strickland and Stratford's Ray Stackley are two of the most successful high school coaches in the state. They each have state championship rings. More...

Indians coping with depleted roster

The Gaffney boys' basketball team may do a lot of uncharacteristic things this preseason - and it's not because the players aren't listening to their coach. More...

GREEN HORNETS

The 2006 Green Hornets roster includes Karahan Bonner, Kelton Bridges, Tyquille Byers, Marquay Byrd, Tydricus Carter, Johnny Coleman, Bryant Dover, Ta'Bryant Dover, Garrison Edwards, Haki Edwards, Eric Gilardi, Troy Gilreath, De'Vante Hardy, Marcus More...

Letters

Mistakenly identified as delinquent taxpayers

Dear Editor: My wife and I were shocked to see our name listed as delinquent taxpayers in a recent edition of The Gaffney Ledger. More...

Thanks for letting her son live his dream

Dear Editor: I would like to give a special thank-you to the coaches, Ms. Elizabeth Ireton, Dustin and the Gaffney High cheerleaders and Dr. Quincie Moore for allowing my son to live his dream by participating on the field with the cheerleaders. More...

Thanks to all who helped with Byrnes game

Dear Editor: Once again, on behalf of the administration of Gaffney High School, I would like to personally thank all of the businesses and individuals who contributed to making our second football game against Byrnes High School a success. More...

Special Sections

Poll

Sen. Harvey Peeler (R-Gaffney) sponsored a resolution Dec. 7 for the Senate Committee on Interstate Cooperation to study the potential impact of not recognizing Daylight Savings Time. Do you think DST should be abolished?