February 3, 2010 RSS feed / Front Page

Phil predicts more winter

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — The groundhog has spoken. And it’s bad news.   Punxsutawney Phil has emerged to see his shadow before chilly revelers in Pennsylvania, meaning winter will last another six weeks.   More...

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Dusty golf clubs and a rusty sled

LEDGER COLUMNIST

I talked to an 80-something-year-old woman the other day who is staying the winter here with her daughter to escape the cold of Philadelphia.   “I guess you’re questioning that decision,” I commented.   “Oh no. More...

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READERS ON THE ROAD

Gaffney Ledger fans Dr. Gena Poovey and Noah Lindemann went to the Vikings vs. More...

COUNCIL SUPPORTS RACE TRACK PLAN

Developer: ‘We are happy to be moving forward’

A Charlotte-based motorsports development company got what it wanted from Cherokee County Council on Monday — sort of.   More...

County council passes resolution honoring Vikings star

Former Gaffney High School two-sport standout Sidney Rice will have to wait until next year to play in his first Pro Bowl. But he won’t have to wait nearly that long to be honored by Cherokee County Council. More...

Parking ordinance revised

Gaffney City Council approved changes to its parking ordinance Monday.   The changes were suggested after a study by law enforcement and recommended to council after a review by the city’s Police Committee.   More...

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Gaffney Rotary Club crowns FB predicting experts

The Gaffney Rotary Club awarded the winners of its 2009 Football Prognosticator event at its weekly meeting Feb. 2. More...

Pancakes, anyone?

Pancakes and coffee could become the new way for Gaffney High basketball fans to get ready for the playoffs.   The Kiwanis Club is breaking with tradition and has scheduled its annual pancake supper for Feb. 12 from 5-7 p.m. More...

Firefighters recognized for service

Nathan Ellis calls it his 100-year plan.   Within a century, he’d love it if firefighters never had to respond to a structure fire because safety devices such as sprinkler systems are installed in every building. More...

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